Beyond Betrayal

Author: Phil Waldrep
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 073697878X
Size: 18,48 MB
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Responding Right When You've Been Wronged We all know what it’s like to be lied to, cheated, tricked, or swindled. Whether you want revenge or to protect yourself from future harm, Phil Waldrep understands your pain. Waldrep had no idea of the steep journey that lay ahead of him when two men walked into his office and revealed an unfolding story of a friend turned colleague who was living what amounted to a second life. For years following, Waldrep sought to heal the wounds of this broken relationship and confront the pain he felt in the aftermath of this betrayal. Along the way, he discovered God’s solutions to overcoming resentment. In Beyond Betrayal, you’ll learn about the biblical principles and practical tools that can help you identify betrayers in your life and name the pain you feel rediscover God as the healer of your wounds avoid bitterness and express your anger in healthy ways learn to remain open to trusting others again as you build new relationships choose forgiveness and develop strategies to prevent future betrayal Whether you’ve been hurt by a family member, friend, colleague, or trusted leader, you are not alone. Even Jesus was betrayed. You don’t have to let past hurts limit your future relationships—you can move beyond betrayal.

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Carolyn A. Koons
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780060647568
Size: 19,91 MB
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Chronicles the author's traumatic childhood--a story of alcoholism, abuse, and abandonment--and her courageous struggle for survival and the miracles of healing that have freed her from anger and pain

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Keith Newman
Editor: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited
ISBN: 1742539378
Size: 20,89 MB
Format: PDF
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Beyond Betrayal delves into New Zealand's pioneering history, and asks why such promising partnerships descended into decades of distrust. After the Treaty of Waitangi was signed, a succession of governors resisted missionary advice, despite their local knowledge and peacemaking skills, and influenced a raft of misunderstandings that provoked violent outbreaks across the country. The rise of Maori prophetic movements, and an intense desire for Maori to have a unified political voice, saw allegiances split between those supporting the government and those frustrated at failed Treaty promises. The pressure to surrender tribal lands had the same impact - a shattered economy and a dispossessed people. The thrilling follow-up to Keith Newman's bestselling Bible & Treaty, Beyond Betrayal looks behind the events that led to the first Maori land protests, and follows the unfolding drama through the stories of the early missionaries and Maori heroes of the faith. These dramatic and heartrending tales of injustice, sacrifice and redemption form an important and often misunderstood backdrop to the wider New Zealand story - one of the most turbulent periods in our history, told with skill, sensitivity and heart.

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Jane Hoppe
Editor: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1604775599
Size: 17,44 MB
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As Maria balances today's workplace challenges, fuzzy dating rules, and her own dreams, she proves savvier than anyone expects. Will she choose the dashing Italian artist, Leo, the genial high school teacher, Bill, or her dream of studying art in Europe?

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Lisa Taylor
ISBN: 9780473338596
Size: 16,54 MB
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Beyond Betrayal (U.S. edition) interweaves the stories of betrayed wives with the latest research on sex addiction and partner trauma. That research includes the largest survey to-date of betrayed wives - a study conducted for this book. Betrayed wives walk an excruciating road, yet many are learning that God is faithful to heal... and even redeem.

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Patricia Ewick
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022664443X
Size: 19,58 MB
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In 2002, the national spotlight fell on Boston’s archdiocese, where decades of rampant sexual misconduct from priests—and the church’s systematic cover-ups—were exposed by reporters from the Boston Globe. The sordid and tragic stories of abuse and secrecy led many to leave the church outright and others to rekindle their faith and deny any suggestions of institutional wrongdoing. But a number of Catholics vowed to find a middle ground between these two extremes: keeping their faith while simultaneously working to change the church for the better. Beyond Betrayal charts a nationwide identity shift through the story of one chapter of Voice of the Faithful (VOTF), an organization founded in the scandal’s aftermath. VOTF had three goals: helping survivors of abuse; supporting priests who were either innocent or took risky public stands against the wrongdoers; and pursuing a broad set of structural changes in the church. Patricia Ewick and Marc W. Steinberg follow two years in the life of one of the longest-lived and most active chapters of VOTF, whose thwarted early efforts at ecclesiastical reform led them to realize that before they could change the Catholic Church, they had to change themselves. The shaping of their collective identity is at the heart of Beyond Betrayal, an ethnographic portrait of how one group reimagined their place within an institutional order and forged new ideas of faith in the wake of widespread distrust.

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Christine Michels
Editor: Northern Fire Publishing.
ISBN: 9780987688385
Size: 14,73 MB
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Samson Towers was on the run from the law when a dying man offered him the chance for a new life. Disguised as the law, a tin star his only protection, Samson traveled to Red Rock, Montana where he became Sheriff Matt Chambers. There he found that, for all his strength and quiet reserve, one woman could pierce his deception, threaten his new life, and win his heart-a complex temptress named Delilah. With her glossy black tresses and brilliant blue eyes, the widow Delilah Sterne drew many a male admirer's hungry gaze. Now, dealing poker in Red Rock to help keep her sister's ranch out of the hands of the bankers, the beautiful gambler found herself drawn to the town's handsome sheriff. But the sheriff's constant watchfulness triggered a losing streak that Delilah couldn't afford, and she devised a plan to benefit them both. Things aren't always what they seem, however, and suddenly Delilah feared she'd played the wrong cards-and sentenced the man she loved to death. With her heart breaking, she knew that she must save Samson and prove that their love could exist. . . BEYOND BETRAYAL.

Beyond Betrayal Beyond Humanity

Author: Helga Schweininger
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426963645
Size: 10,55 MB
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Based on true events, BEYOND BETRAYAL - BEYOND HUMANITY relates the human tragedy of Lieschen Reinking, a young aristocratic woman, and her family. The untimely, suspicious death of Lieschen’s mother and the disappearance of her grandmother break Lieschen’s heart when she is only fi ve years old. As soon as she can, she sets out to search for the truth. As a young woman, she falls passionately in love with Robert Schweitzer, but this love cannot exist. Her father wants her to marry Sigi Prinz from their own aristocracy. Lieschen detests Sigi. While the tragic mosaic of life and death, of love, hate, class affl ictions and deceit fracture Lieschen’s heart, the intricate mysteries unravel in an unexpected turn of events when Lieschen uncovers the truth about her mother’s death, her grandmother’s disapperance, and her controversial relationship with Robert Schweitzer. READERS COMMENTS: Engaging and Compelling.

Beyond Betrayal

Author: Jerry Price Ma
Editor: CrossBooks Publishing
ISBN: 9781462722297
Size: 15,85 MB
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Can anyone doubt betrayal is a part of our human fabric? We can see it everywhere in epic proportions, depending on media coverage and personal experiences. Beyond Betrayal unpacks life after betrayal as authors Jerry Price and Tom Roy explore the twists and turns of a betrayer's identity. Contending with the wounds everyone faces in recovering from the impact of betrayal, they also examine God's prescription for healing. Drawing upon their life experiences and biblical insights, Price and Roy offer their table talks as a conversational approach to this unspeakable heartbreak. They take an unusual view of betrayal, seeing it as a core condition of mankind's heart or soulfulness. Jesus talked about a man gaining the whole world and still losing his own soul, demonstrating that everyone possesses this tendency for self-betrayal. If we are to experience the wholeness of being that God longs for us to enjoy, we must address the issue of betrayal, a factor in the story of nearly every relationship dating back to the dawn of creation. Beyond Betrayal avoids the quick, easy answers in order to navigate tough issues underlining the hurt and encourages discussion with reflective questions. Price and Roy challenge all of us to rebuild trust levels out of a hope that doesn't define anyone by the treachery of deceit.

Beyond Betrayal

Author: K. Lyndo
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1420828665
Size: 16,21 MB
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Does "for better or worse" and "to death us do part" include a husband's adulterous affair? Pinche Puta journals the personal intimacies of one woman surviving the ultimate betrayal. She thought her marriage was perfect, the exception, a success story when so many marriages were unhappy or ended in divorce. They were "making it" . . . until that catastrophic day when her soul mate of twenty-three years confessed to an illicit and ongoing affair. The confidential chronicles expose her tormented descent into the depths of her private despair and agony. The horrifying revelation of a deeper, darker secret provides the catalyst for her eventual and arduous ascension toward a new beginning of healing and recovery.