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Home at Last
Home at Last by Mark Stibbe


 
Price: $12.99
Author: Mark Stibbe
Subtitle: Freedom from Boarding School Pain
Format: Paperback
Length: 231 Pages
Published: 2016

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Description
 
Sent away to boarding school on his eighth birthday, Mark Stibbe watched his adoptive parents drive away, leaving him standing in front of a huge country house with only his trunk and his teddy. That night he was given the first of four beatings in his first two weeks.

In this groundbreaking book, Mark contends that there are many wounded people just like him, men and women who suffer throughout their lives with homesick souls. This often leads to them being driven to succeed in their work while failing to engage emotionally at home.

Home at Last tells a courageous story and offers a unique model of haling, combining psychological insights with spiritual wisdom. These create a map with which ex-boarders can find their way home.


Table of Contents:
What Others Are Saying . . .
Foreword
Prologue
Introduction
Part 1: Exile
Chapter 1: A Christmas Carol
Chapter 2: The Orphan Heart
Chapter 3: A Painful Privilege
Chapter 4: Shutting Down
Chapter 5: Comfortably Numb
Part 2: Homecoming
Chapter 6: Telling Your Story
Chapter 7: Yesterdays’ Child
Chapter 8: Restoring the Years
Chapter 9: The Kintsugi Process
Chapter 10: Angels with Beer
Notes


Endorsements:
In Home at Last, Mark highlights the wounds, walks us through the healing process and leaves us all with such a sense of hope.
Tim and Sue Eldridge, directors of Presence Ministries International

Read, ponder and meet a man, his journey, his restoration and the God who will heal you also.
Paul Manwaring, Senior Leadership Team, Bethel Church, Redding, California and founder of Global Legacy


About the Author:
Dr. Mark Stibbe is an award-winning Christian author who has over thirty popular books and five academic books in print. Many of his popular books have been bestsellers. His academic books are required reading in universities and seminaries all over the world.
Mark is also a popular contributor at writer’s conferences and workshops and has recently started Stibbe Webinars, a web-based interactive teaching and training initiative.