Love Does No Harm (E-Book)

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Have you ever wondered how you can find your way back to hope from being trapped in domestic violence? Maybe, just maybe, it’s on the pages of this book. Open it and discover a beautiful new future filled with hope! Isaiah 43:19. “I am creating something new. There it is! Do you see it? I have put roads in deserts, streams in thirsty lands.”

About the Authors

Judi Noble is the Founder and President of Eagle’s Wings Ministries in Upland, California. She has served as Executive Director for 27 years and has helped hundreds of women find their voice. She is the author of Radical Reconciliation, A Story of Overcoming Domestic Violence. Judi is a deeply committed Christian and the joy of her life is her son, Jeff.

Co-author Susi Limon is currently the Executive Assistant at Eagle’s Wings Ministries. She serves on the mentor team, and facilitates Love Does No Harm support groups for women. She lives in California with her sons. As an overcomer of abuse, Susi believes she is called to shine a light of hope for many who are in the dark, especially women and children who would otherwise be in danger.

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