The Exodus Breaking Cycles and Changing Lives

Repositioning your soul to thrive after domestic violence

by Rev. Patrina M. Wright



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/21/2011

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 420
ISBN : 9781462068487
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 420
ISBN : 9781462068470

About the Book

Each year in the United States an estimated two to six million women are victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence is a pattern of assaultive and coercive behaviors, including physical, sexual, fi nancial, spiritual and psychological abuse.

Domestic violence is about control, manipulation and domination. Ninetyfive percent of assaults on spouses or ex-spouses are committed by men against women. Too afraid and too shame to speak up, there are countless numbers of women sitting in Churches all across America suffering in silence. Victims and perpetrators are from all ages, racial, socioeconomic, sexual orientation, educational, occupational, geographic, and religious groups.

If you or someone you know has ever experienced domestic violence you are in need of a personal, life changing encounter with a powerful God. One who delights in healing wounds and setting the captive free. The Exodus is that kind of encounter- it’s about coming face to face with a Holy God as He does those things that you cannot do for yourself.

About the Author

Rev. Patrina Wright a former newspaper reporter turned licensed minister, author, pastoral counselor and certified temperament counselor is the founder of Crossroad Women and Family Services, Inc. a 501 c (3) private Christian counseling, career & college coaching and abuse prevention training organization. A native of Jersey City, New Jersey Rev. Wright has studied at the New York Theological Seminary in NYC. With degrees in public policy and counseling she is a preacher, Bible teacher, keynote speaker, trainer and producer/talk show host of, "Restore. Recover. Rebuild". She is also the author of Still Scarred, Totally Healed, a book where she uses her personal story to help adult survivors of child sexual abuse find hope, help and healing for their scars of abuse. She resides in Hudson Valley, New York with her family.