Saturday, September 17, 2011

Hurt No More by Kelly Ann Evers

In Hurt No More! A Journey of Healing from Abuse, Kelly Ann Evers reaches out to abused and battered women with her own compelling and inspirational story.

After escaping from her abusive husband, she was unable to enjoy her new found freedom because of the emotional, physical, and spiritual scars left from years of domestic violence that kept her feeling hopeless, defeated, and depressed.

Determined to set herself free from her suffering, she found the courage to search for true happiness and a meaningful life. It was through the Word of God and prayer that she finally attained deep healing from the abuse--and so much more! Today she can honestly say that she lives a beautiful life!

With love and wisdom, and through personal experience, Kelly helps readers discover the power of prayer that heals the deepest pain of abuse. With 1 out of every 3 women in our nation experiencing abuse, women are looking for answers to healing. Her desire is for you not to give up or settle for anything less than God’s perfect purpose for you.

“Hurt No More!” gives you the desire to put one foot in front of the other – trusting God with all your concerns – and teaches you how to tap into His strength by soaring above life’s tests and trials through prayer and the Word of God.

My thoughts...

Evers has written a wonderful book about healing from abuse. She experienced physical abuse in her marriage and writes of the emotional pain she endured as well as physical. Upon leaving her husband for good her story of healing begins. It didn't happen overnight, took much prayer, and help from many, especially God, for Kelly to heal. The hardest part was forgiveness. It can be done and she is proof.

The book contains prayers, affirmations, scripture, and more. What I thought was especially helpful was the chapter on recognizing different types of abuse. Many don't recognize the signs and this should help friends and family of those being abused as well as the victims themselves.

There are numerous resources listed at the end of the book and a checklist of items to pack when leaving an abuser. Lots of great information.

I give it 5 out of 5 stars.

I received a copy of this book free from the publisher through Crazy Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.

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