Testimony 1


Priscilla Lack does a wonderful job of providing thought provoking insight to finding personal healing. Her book, Uncommon Journeys, will cause you to think and to realize you can be free in your heart and therefore free in your life.

Rodney Burton; minister and author

 

Testimony 2


The Workbook entitled “Unlocking the Wounded Heart” by Priscilla Lack truly is a workbook for self-discovery and healing.

I reconnected with my “Child Heart”. I did not realize how disconnected I was to parts of my heart. I learned that God wants me to be honest with what is going on in my heart. God knows the wounded places within my heart. God wants to restore my heart so I can become more intimate with Him.

This Workbook taught me how to be more open and honest with Him. There’s no intimacy with God or others without transparency. When we connect to our own hearts and value who God created us to be, we will connect better to God’s heart.

After 25 years of Pastoral Ministry I still find myself in need of developing my skill in connecting to my heart. If you are “Willing to be Willing” you will also greatly benefit by this workbook that teaches you how to unlock the wounded heart and allow God to heal and restore your heart!

Pastor Kurt Verhoeven of Living Waters Assembly of God Church

Testimony 3


“…as I was going through this beautifully written book with my friend, I found myself thinking about hurts that have been hidden deep within myself…I always thought I knew myself very well…I now know if I want to grow at this stage in my life I need to put the work in…Unlocking the Wounded Heart is real good at asking the right questions…I always have believed that to get the best answers you have to ask the best questions…While other books send you in different directions…this one stays focused on the heart and healing…I recommend the book to any one whom is at a stage in their life where they are searching for their true identity and purpose in this life…My husband has told me he sees a change in me and sees I am more peaceful…for this I am grateful …”

Patty Swanson