Imagine my surprise when I discovered that Katie Mettner posted her review of “How Did We Become Angry? Biblical Recovery for Women Suffering from Trauma & Abuse”, which is available in Kindle during the time I was promoting her latest, and think her best fiction thus far on this blog.
So, as a fitting tribute to Katie’s writing prowess, and because this review is one of my faves, here’s what she said, “I had the opportunity to read How Did We Become Angry?, and I was surprised by how easy the book was to read, and how well the author put Scripture into the book to show you exactly what she means with her ideas. There is something every one of us has to deal with in our lives that left us angry, sad or traumatized. Often our self-esteem is destroyed before we are even old enough to understand what it means, and that can begin a life of bad decisions as we look for someone, or something to make us feel worthy. I know this is the first of several books, and I look forward to the next one and reading from the Scriptures the author picks for it.
If you are on a journey to let go of your anger and move on with a positive, self-accepting life, I highly recommend this book. http://amzn.to/1gljnYV
Author, Paula Rose Michelson
In 1988, after studying to become a Chemical Dependency – Lifestyle Disorder Councilor, and interning in a dually diagnosed psychiatric unit, Paula Rose Michelson gave her life to Messiah. With the leading of the Ruach HaKodish (Holy Spirit), she founded LAMB Ministries which teaches women how to recover from trauma by using Scripture and prayer to purge out the dross of their lives. Just released is the first of my seven Lamb Ministries 7x7: Biblical Recovery for Women Suffering from Trauma & Abuse, books on Kindle titled, “How Did We Become Angry?” I mentor women, speak on this ministry, my writing and many other topics.
She is known as an author of sweet Christian romance with a Messianic twist and a hint of history. Her latest book, “Beginning Anew: The Naomi Chronicles, Book One” is a continuation of Naomi’s faith journey which readers began by when they started, Books 1 & 2 of the “Casa de Naomi: The House of Blessing" Saga.
As a Messianic Jew, the wife of Chosen People Ministries Field Missionary, and Lutheran Pastor, Ron Michelson, and one who writes to full the Great Commission, Paula has seen God change lives when people believe in and call upon Him. A mother of two married daughters, she is a grandmother of seven.
For more information about this author, or to read the first chapter of How Did We Become Angry? Biblical Recovery for Women Suffering from Trauma & Abuse, or any of her three sweet Christian romances with a Messianic twist and a hint of history, visit: http://paularosemichelson.com/Home_Page.php