An international 2016 Illumination Award Winner
Impact Church and Community with Lessons from “Faith of a Father: from Torment to Trust”
- Builds Faith for the Next Generation
- Strengthens Faith for Our Generation
- Heals Faith for those Who Suffer
- Illustrates the Latest on Healing for Traumatized Faith
- Reveals the Inner Workings of the Mind Drawn to Suicide
- Expertly Integrates Faith and the Psychology of Suffering
- Equips Pastors and Counselors to Heal Damaged Faith
“This is a wonderful narration, written in a delightful conversational style…” Peg Shaw, head of a high school English department.
“As an experienced and godly mentor, he’s laying out a pathway to inner healing and maturity…His book is a powerful combination of transparency, honesty, integrity, and insight.” Rev. John Ault, presiding pastor for New Hope Community Church; pastor for forty years
“Rarely does someone write with such clarity and vulnerability. Readers will be inspired to dive more deeply into their own story and emboldened to wrestle intelligently against fallacious and faithless theologies.” Rev. Beth Case, pastor for congregational life and care, First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem, Pa.
“Barbehenn skillfully brings us along step-by-step in his honest search for truth, at any cost, that will enable him to make sense of his ongoing pain. I smiled and wept and marveled at the grace of God in Christ.” Rev. Allen Harris, former Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship staff (1968-1978); church consultant; pastor for thirty-three years
Frank is a Board licensed psychologist, Clinical Fellow with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a Fellow with the American Psychotherapy Association, theologically trained, and himself a victim of multiple traumas beginning in infancy.