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Surviving Friendly Fire

How to Respond When You're Hurt by Someone You Trust

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Churches are full of hurting and wounded people. Tragically, many of them have been hurt not by enemies but by friends or fellow believers. Ronald Dunn has seen firsthand the damage that results from friendly fire, and he offers relief through insightful, easy-to-read reflections from the Bible and real-life examples of those who have lived through it. In Surviving Friendly Fire, readers will:

  • Understand what friendly fire is and why people engage in it.
  • Discover how to survive friendly fire and recover from it.
  • Learn to "get even" God's way.

Surviving Friendly Fire is a healing balm for anyone who has been betrayed, hurt, or let down by family, friends, or fellow believers.

Contributor(s) Ronald Dunn
About the Contributor(s) Ronald Dunn
Ronald Dunn was in ministry for more than thirty years before his death in the summer of 2001. In 1975, he left the pastorate to found Lifestyle Ministries, an organization that promotes conferences and produces Bible study tapes for missionaries, lay people, and students. Dunn traveled forty weeks each year -- mostly to churches --holding conferences and frequently speaks overseas. Dunn has also served as an adjunct professor at two seminaries. He is the author of several books, including the popular Don't Just Stand There … Pray Something.
ISBN-10 0785266380
ISBN-13 9780785266389
Release Date Oct 9, 2001
Weight (lbs) 0.5200
Height 8.5
Width 5.5
Length 208
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Price $13.98
Format Paperback
Language English

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