Whether wounded because of a physically or emotionally absent dad, women carry a wound that demands attention. Kia Stephens knows this firsthand and spent decades addressing this issue in her own life. What she found can be summed up in 3 reasons why women need to talk about father wounds.
The world is full of women who have been hurt, neglected, rejected, or abandoned by their father. They may feel like every aspect of their life is affected by that broken trust caused by father wounds. Even their relationship with God can feel tenuous, but there is hope. Join me on the podcast as I talk with Kia Stephens about how to exchange father wounds for God’s perfect love.
Father wounds run deep and because of that we often transfer the attributes of our earthly fathers to God. How do we to overcome father wounds and a distorted viewpoint of our heavenly Father? Read more here as Lisa Burkhardt Worley shares from her experience of being fatherless from birth and how she learned to relate to God as her Daddy.
If you have been left fatherless, or have ever felt wounded by your earthly father, or felt that your relationship with your earthly father has potentially negatively impacted your relationship with your Heavenly Father, then this show is the perfect show for you. You don’t have to be fatherless to experience father wounds.
Join us as Lisa Burkhardt Worley shares her story of hope and healing from wounds that began when she was left fatherless at birth.