Amazing Grace, Abounding Love:
A Memoir of Freedom from Depression, Lies, and Abuse
2018 Free Publishing Contest Winner (Non-Fiction).
Feeling alone and afraid, six-year-old Darlene hides under the porch, crying. When her sister finds her, Darlene is unable to explain the fear she faces at nighttime.
Later, as a wife and a mother, she processes the impact of the sexual abuse while struggling with depression. Through this deep emotional pain, she recognizes that Christ has already won the victory over Satan. But can she forgive her father? And can she find peace as she sets out to learn the truth about her biological mother?
Softcover Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page Count: 304
About the Author:
Darlene Martens and her husband Jake have been married for more than forty years and continue to live in southern Ontario. She works as a clinical social worker/therapist and has helped so many hurting people find healing. Her passion is to see others put their faith in Jesus Christ as their Saviour and to rest safe and secure in His loving arms, knowing that they are children of God.