Be a healer. Learn how to help others--or yourself--find emotional and spiritual healing after an abortion.
In this book, you will learn why women and men experiencing unresolved grief over a past abortion feel trapped. Unable to express their pain or seek the comfort of loved ones. On one hand, they fear that those who are pro-life will condemn and reject them. On the other hand, they fear that those who are pro-choice will deny their need to grieve and reject the reality of their pain.
Prepared with input from experienced post-abortion counselors and clergy, this book will teach you how to break through these and many other obstacles which prevent post-abortion healing. You will find in this book comfort and direction for yourself, your loved ones, and your acquaintances.
While useful for anyone interested in post-abortion healing, this book is especially directed toward ministers and clergy. It solves the difficult problem of how to preach on the abortion issue in a compassionate and unifying way. It provides background information on post-abortion issues, compelling testimonies, sample sermons, and an extensive directory of resources.
Be a healer. Begin by reading The Jericho Plan today.
About the Author
David C. Reardon, Ph.D., is a biomedical ethicist and the director of the Elliot Institute and editor of The Post-Abortion Review. He has been actively involved in post-abortion research and education since 1983. Previous related works by Dr. Reardon include Making Abortion Rare: A Healing Strategy for a Divided Nation, and Aborted Women, Silent No More, and Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion with Theresa Burke.