Can't Shout It Out is a book that contains principles that can be applied to any broken relationships. But it was Author Sheila L. (Jones) Clarke's struggling Christian marriage that was used as the groundwork for these numerous learned-principles to be qwalked out.q The principles are not listed numerically in the book, but are interwoven at various places throughout the author's true and transparent story. It is a love story between a man, a woman, and their God that will take you on a relationship journey that will seem personal, relatable, and tangible. You will be taken from beginning struggles to ending victories. Not for the purpose of just enjoying a great read, but you will also be given step-by-step, scripturally-based, life-applicable principles that (if applied) can bring anyone to a place of healing in their broken relationships. The author quotes, qDuring the struggling years of my marriage, I would have welcomed a guide on my journey through the qhard places, q by anyone who had walked this way before. I searched for a mentor or predecessor - for anyone who could give a report that they personally had conquered their relationship struggles. Unfortunately, there were few who had this victorious report (even in my local church home). But I am no longer discouraged, because I now understand that it was part of my purpose and destiny to first stumble and then walk through the difficult places and record the journey, so those who read this book will not have to stumble any longer or for as long as I did. And for those who are considering marriage and read this book also, prayerfully, they will be able to 'walk intentionally' and not stumble at all.q Lastly, this book has been written to provide ministry for those Christian leaders who minister words across various pulpits that bring healing to others while their relationships and families suffer in silence. In her writing, the author emphatically expresses her belief, that it is God's desire to restore all of our relationships, (natural and church) back to a place of wholeness. She teaches that loving relationships are the Christian's greatest witness to the World. And that it is through how Christians treat one another in their relationships that others will be able to recognize them as being Christ's ambassadors (representatives of His Love). She also teaches that it is imperative that Christians do not misrepresent Christ or His Love, because those who are hurting and are lost in the World, desperately need to see this Love in action in their (Christians) relationships. Because when they see love, they see God.aquot; Lastly, this book has been written to provide ministry for those Christian leaders who minister words across various pulpits that bring healing to others while their relationships and families suffer in silence.
|Title||:||Can't Shout It Out!|
|Author||:||Tameka Greene, Jennifer Fandel, Sheila L. Jones Clarke|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace - 2011-05-01|