Coming Home to Dad Paperback

A Journey from Childhood Trauma to Wholeness

by Amanda Pilz;

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Coming Home to Dad

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'Tell her she's no longer my daughter!' Amanda and her dad had never been close -- but now he was forsaking her completely. Separated from her mum at the age of six and forced to live with a cruel stepmother, Amanda learnt at a young age to rely on herself and depend on no one. Although living under the same roof, her father was distant and uninvolved; his was a house but not a home. Eventually, sent back to live with her mum on a tough council estate, she became increasingly estranged from her dad until finally, in her eighteenth year, he disowned her. Driven by questions about the meaning and value of her life, and coming to terms with her brother's schizophrenia, Amanda began asking searching questions about identity that led her on a life-changing journey. She could never have imagined how this would culminate in an unexpected and powerful encounter with God as Father -- and dad -- an encounter that would mark the beginning of a healing process and see her finding her true home.

Coming Home to Dad by Amanda Pilz was published by Instant Apostle in October 2016 and is our 39961st best seller. The ISBN for Coming Home to Dad is 9781909728554.

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Details for Coming Home to Dad

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherInstant Apostle (October 2016)
Number of Pages192
Height198 mm
Width130 mm
Product Code4493593
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