Experiencing Healing and Wholeness: A Journey in Faith


Donald Demaray explores aspects of spiritual, emotional, and physical healing that lead to the kind of personal wholeness people want for themselves and those they love.

Through these discussions of the way God heals us–the education of the spirit, challenges to faith, the family as therapist, and much more–the author returns our focus to the undeniable, ever-present love and power of the Great Physician on whom we depend for healing and wholeness. This book is a true comfort.


Paperback (312 pages)


Light & Life Publishing (January 1, 1999)



32 in stock

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