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Healing Family Relationships

A Guide to Peace and Reconciliation
Narrated by: Tom Parks
Length: 5 hrs and 34 mins

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Every family is hurting, and the wounds that come from our relatives can be deeper than all others. Conflict within a family can range from daily frictions and annoyances to rage and hatred and eventually estrangement. We want things to be different but have no idea where to start.  

After 25 years of ministering to families, Rob Rienow believes reconciliation is at the heart of the gospel - reconciliation with God and one another. You will come away with specific steps you can take in your relationships with your family members to pursue peace and healing in your homes. Each chapter includes key biblical examples as well as present-day stories of families who have experienced God's help and healing - including the author's own miraculous healing of his relationship with his father.  

Our families can bring out the best, as well as the worst, in all of us. May this audiobook guide you in making your home and family a blessing in a broken world.

©2020 Robert Rienow (P)2020 eChristian
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Practical & Impactful!

Hurts in family relationships are often complex and build over years. Figuring out how to fix things can be just as challenging and that process can also take years of hard work and prayer. In "Healing Family Relationships" Rob Rienow provides practical advice, actionable steps, and biblically sound strategies for owning your part in the conflict and a Christ-centered path to healing and reconciliation. The book is packed and backed by scripture and written in easy to understand language vs. heavy-handed theology. I'd highly recommend this book to anyone who is dealing with struggles with their immediate family, in-laws, parents, even those who perhaps aren't directly related.