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Left: The Struggle to Make Sense of Life When a Parent Leaves

Nothing hurts like the abandonment of a parent. In Left, Jonathan Edwards writes a raw and riveting reflection on his life as an abandoned child. What should you do when you are left by a parent? This book is brutally honest, but it provides hope for anyone struggling with the absence of a parent. For those who do not know this pain, Left provides a window into the lives of others. Abandonment always leaves scars, but Jesus heals. And He will never leave you.

"The divorce epidemic has ripped through our culture, and even our churches. Those harmed the worst are the children of divorce. In this book, Jonathan Edwards speaks as one who experienced this hurt. He offers wise, gospel-focused counsel. If you've been through the pain of divorce, or if you know someone who has, this book is for you." - RUSSELL D. MOORE, President, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, and author of Onward

About the Author

Jonathan Edwards (M.Div, Th.M) has served churches in various roles for the past 10 years, from music and creative arts/graphic design to serving and equipping college students. He is currently the Director of Curriculum for Docent Research Group, where he also serves as a lead writer. He and his wife, Katherine, live in the Raleigh/Durham area of North Carolina, where he is pursuing his Ph.D at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Read more of his writing at NotThePuritan.com.

About the Product

Paperback 198 pages
Publisher Rainer Publishing (July 8, 2016)
Language English
ISBN 978-0692714225
Product Dimensions 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Product Weight 11.2 ounces