Scandalon: Running from Shame and Finding God's Scandalous Love

by Jenkins, Susan Elaine;


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Scandalon: Running from Shame and Finding God's Scandalous Love

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Running from scandal--in her family, church, and community life--Susan moves from California to China. At first, the adventure of experiencing an exotic culture brings the escape she craves. Gradually, as the layers of mystery and reserve fall away, she gets to know her new Chinese friends on deeper levels. At the same time, the self-protective layers around her own heart peel back painfully, exposing her inner brokenness.

In this vivid and transparent memoir, Susan takes us on a fascinating journey into the streets and homes of modern China. The travel memoir is interspersed with Susan's personal story of emotional and spiritual sabotage, shame, and shattered dreams. It all comes together as she opens her heart anew to God's love--the most scandalous love of all.

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Scandalon: Running from Shame and Finding God's Scandalous Love was published by Cladach Publishing in February 2018. The ISBN for Scandalon: Running from Shame and Finding God's Scandalous Love is 9780981892900.

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PublisherCladach Publishing (February 2018)
ISBN9780981892900
ISBN-100981892906
Product Code4550502
Page last updated 16th June 2018
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