Amazon allows me to give away my books on Kindle a few times each year. So, I’m ending 2018 and starting 2019 by giving away my two most popular books. If you haven’t read one of my books yet, here’s your chance to get two free books.
Why am I giving them away? Well, I didn’t write them to make money. I wrote them to help people and I can help more people by giving the books away. Plus, I hope the more people read them, the more they will recommend the books to their friends. So seize the moment!
Healing the Hurts of Your Past
As both a pastor and an addiction consultant, I’d have to say the number one problem people face is a low self-worth. We put on a good face, but deep down, our inadequacies eat away at us and undermine everything we do. This book has gotten very good reviews on Amazon. Here’s just one to give you a feel for how the book has impacted people:
As a person who has been through every recovery book known to man, who has lived life as an addict and been set free from a multitude of other spiritual strongholds, I thought I would read things in this book that were familiar concepts or things I had already mastered in previous recovery efforts. I never expected it to have the impact on my life that it did. It’s one thing to be set free from destructive behaviors, it’s another thing altogether to discover what beliefs and attitudes propelled the wrong behavior in the first place. That’s exactly what this book does in an amazingly brilliant way. (read the full review and more here)
Broken Trust…a practical guide to identify and recover from toxic faith, toxic church, and spiritual abuse
This book surprised me. I wrote it because I knew a number of people who were suffering from the fall out of being a part of a toxic church. I hoped that the book might help a few others out there in the same situation. I really didn’t think it would reach a lot of people, but it has, and I’m grateful.
Broken Trust often outsells Healing the Hurts of Your Past. I get emails from people all the time thanking me for helping them make sense of their abusive church or ministry setting. Here is a sample from the reviews on Amazon.com:
I have read over 100 books related to toxic faith, toxic churches, spiritual abuse, and cults. Many of them were like wheat crusts: dense, nutritious, but hard to chew. When I started a blog designed to educate survivors of spiritual abuse, I tried to simplify what I’d read and turn it into bite-size pieces that were easier to swallow. I realized that most survivors of toxic faith didn’t need scientific papers or Ph.D.- level manuals: they needed simple truth packaged with much grace and plenty of practical application. At least, that’s what I needed.
For the past seven years I have looked for a book that combined all of these qualities into a comprehensive treatment of toxic faith and recovery from spiritual abuse. F. Remy Diederich has finally written that book. Remy’s chapters are short, clear, and filled with practical advice on how to evaluate the health of your faith and your faith community. If you are in a toxic setting, Remy gives clear instructions on how to exit it and how to begin your healing journey. Stephen Smith (read more reviews here)
Please share this post with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. And if you’d be so kind, would you leave a review of the book on the book’s Amazon.com page?
Happy New Year!