Restoring Beaten Down Emotions

How to recover from unbearable grief & loss

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  • ISBN :9789811828201
  • Format :Paperback
  • Pricing Attribute :Normal
  • Page Count :176
  • Dimensions :148 x 210 mm
  • Weight :240
  • Publication Date :1 Jan 2022
  • Publisher :Wilfred Joseph
  • Author :Wilfred Joseph

Description :

When you open the covers of this book, you will enter the raw, real-life emotions of a man who has lived with devastating loss, intense pain and suffering. Yet not withstanding the hopelessness and helplessness of his predicament, he was given a way out. He was restored, not by some quick fix, cliched process or ritual, but by a deep experience with his God. You too will experience that deep abiding faith, borne only from a humble and fragile hope that echoed from a heart-rending and genuine cry to a God whom the author placed his entire trust.

In Restoring Beaten Down Emotions, you will find a companion and guide on how to recover from unbearable grief and loss.

About the Author:

Dr. WILFRED JOSEPH holds numerous degrees: ThD (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Baptis Bandung, Indonesia); M.Div (Singapore Baptist Theological Seminary); M.A. (Osmania University); B.Sc (Madurai Kamaraj University); and B.Ed (Annamalai University). He was born in Singapore and came to know the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour and Lord, at the age of nineteen, in India. While undertaking further studies, he ministered to students and villagers, discipling and mentoring student leaders. He served as a missionary in Lucknow, North India from 1986 till 1994. After returning to Singapore in July 1994, he served as a pastor in Trinity Christian Centre. He then served under the Singapore Baptist Convention among the Indians for ten years and was, for a short time, an editor for the Baptist Herald. Later, he served with four Tamil Anglican churches for a further ten years. He is currently helping to shepherd the adults and youth at his church and teach at seminaries in Indonesia, Nepal and Myanmar. He hopes to continue to teach in Australia as well. His beloved late wife Inba Ponmalar, his son, Ashish Ben, and daughter-in-law, Amaria Ponniah have been pillars of strength in his ministry, and this writing endeavour to strengthen grieving ones. He lives for the glory of God.

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