Exciting news! My publisher is giving away FIVE free copies of Not Forsaken 6 weeks before it releases on August 20. Not Forsaken Book Giveaway winners will be selected at random when the giveaway closes on July 10th. Head on over to www.TheGoodBook.com/Giveaway to enter: Not Forsaken Book Description: Jenn Greenberg was abused by her church-going father. Yet she is …
I recently had the honor of talking to author and pastor, Daniel Darling, about surviving abuse, my upcoming book Not Forsaken, and the ERLC Caring Well Conference which I’ll be speaking at on October 3-5, 2019.
I had the humbling honor a few months ago of being asked to contribute to the Caring Well Abuse Report, which was being developed by the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), and the Sexual Abuse Advisory Group. That report was released this past Sunday! My contribution is on Page 19. Whether you’ve survived abuse …
But for me personally, nothing is more frustrating than discovering a weakness inside myself. A blind spot. A behavioral pattern resultant from years of abuse that I never realized I had.
C.S. Lewis said of Heaven, “There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” This Easter weekend, I contemplate Jesus and our resurrection.
I’m recovering from abuse, and while I’ve made a lot of progress, shame still permeates my life. How do I break free? How do I trust that God loves me?
Hi Jennifer. I’m in a marriage where there’s emotional and spiritual abuse. My husband is a pastor and very legalistic. He constantly criticizes me, accuses me of not doing God’s will, and claims he knows what God’s will is even on non-eternal issues. He can’t agree to disagree, and it’s damaging my faith to the point that I sometimes doubt …
If, like me, you find yourself in need of repeated assurance of God’s faithfulness, dedication, and forgiveness toward his children, I highly recommend reading Cherished. It is more than a book. It is a testimony. Thank you, Polly Hamp.
Not Forsaken will hit US bookstore shelves on August 20! The debut book by Jennifer Michelle Greenberg chronicles her recovery milestones following 20+ years of child abuse and domestic violence.
Jennifer Michelle Greenberg speaks on “How God Uses Suffering,” at The Christian Business Luncheon in Tomball, Texas.