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Healing from the Consequences of Accident, Shock and Trauma
Healing from the Consequences of Accident, Shock and Trauma by Peter Horrobin

Price: $13.99
Author: Peter Horrobin
Format: Paperback
Length: 157 Pages
Published: 2016

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Traumatic events leave a scar on broken lives. Unhealed trauma is one of the primary reasons why some people do not easily heal from the consequences of accidents or sudden shocks. This ground-breaking book is the culmination of thirty years of experience praying for such people. Peter carefully explains what trauma can do to people and how to pray for healing. This foundational teaching has been instrumental in bringing permanent healing to people all over the world. An essential manual for those who regularly pray for people - a life-transforming handbook for those who are struggling themselves with unresolved and unhealed issues - including the consequences of shock and injuries sustained in the military.

Table of Contents:
Part 1: Accident, Shock and Trauma: Understanding the Problem
Chapter 1: Jim and Lynda’s Stories
Chapter 2: Our Journey of Understanding
Chapter 3: What Can Happen When We Have an Accident
Chapter 4: So What Actually is Trauma?
Chapter 5: Stories from the Coalface
Chapter 6: The Bus Accident
Chapter 7: How and Why Inner Brokenness Occurs
Chapter 8: Broken-heartedness

Part 2: Accident, Shock and Trauma: Applying God’s Solution
Chapter 9: Building on a Good Foundation
Chapter 10: Forgiveness: The Doorway of Hope
Chapter 11: The Key of Deliverance
Chapter 12: Healing the Broken-hearted
Chapter 13: Healing for Victims of Wartime Traumas
Chapter 14: Epilogue
Further Resources

About the Author:
Peter Horrobin is the founder and international director of Ellel Ministries. There are now more than thirty Ellel centers throughout the world. Each center provides training courses, schools and opportunities for personal prayer ministry. Peter is a graduate of Oxford University and was a successful publisher before commencing the work of Ellel Ministries in 1986. Peter and his wife, Fiona, live near the first Ellel center, Ellel Grange, in Lancashire, England.