(Release Date: January 2, 2018)
Many women grew up in a dysfunctional family—whether abuse, abandonment, addiction, and divorce, or something less noticeable like perfectionism and criticism. Maybe this depicts your family of origin and now you want to cultivate a healthy marriage of your own, but you’re not sure where to start. Maybe you want to create a Christ-centered environment for your children, but you’ve never seen that modeled. How do you begin building a healthy future when you haven’t healed from your past?
If this describes you, then Mending Broken Branches is the book your heart wants and your soul needs, not only for your own well-being, but for the health and hope of generations to come.
In Mending Broken Branches, you will receive:
- the opportunity to heal from your past
- strength for your present
- hope for your future
- sound, Biblical advice
- practical tools to move your forward in your journey toward healing
- wisdom from women who have walked a similar path of brokenness and dysfunction, yet are now enjoying healthy marriages and raising up Christ-centered families
“Elizabeth has written an engaging, practical book that takes the reader’s hand, connects us to the grace and power of God and walks us through the journey of personal restoration and mending our family’s tree.”
—Kat Lee, host of the Inspired to Action podcast, and author of Mission Statements to Moms
“Laced with pearls of wisdom born of experience and practical tools to help others overcome, Mending Broken Branches: When God Reclaims Your Dysfunctional Family Tree is a timely gift to those longing for wholeness. Elizabeth Oates mines God’s Word to bring hope, help, and healing to both individuals and families. Thank you, Elizabeth, for sharing your story and your passion for redemption.”
“Elizabeth and Brandon Oates are some of Carla and my favorite people. I love how honest and raw Elizabeth is in Mending Broken Branches. She writes like she lives – focused and intentional. Elizabeth has done an amazing job of looking back over her shoulder, dealing with the brokenness of her past, yet being fixated on what lies ahead. In her challenging words, she offers great hope in being deeply rooted in Christ—the only One who mends our soul.”
—Byron Weathersbee, cofounder of Legacy Family Ministries
If you can’t find Mending Broken Branches at your book outlet of choice, they will most likely be able to order it for you. Ask and ye shall receive!
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