“This is not a step-by-step practical guide on how to forgive your father overnight; I won’t tell you to just suck it up and forgive simply because you’re a believer and somehow bypass the process of processing the raw emotions that are active at the heart of someone who didn’t have a healthy relationship with their father. What I will tell you is that it takes the mature to humble themselves and be transparent about the wounds caused by another. It takes an even more mature individual to make the decision to forgive, endure the healing process, and choose to move on with a new identity. If you’re not the mature person that I’m referring to, I hope that this book gives you the tools necessary to become that person--the person who knows that they once felt not loved, not seen, sometimes not good enough, not wanted, and disappointed in and by their father.”
Richelle Henry challenges you to deal with the disappointments, challenges, and effects of either growing up without a father or having an unhealthy relationship with one. Having personal experience in growing up without her biological father present, she shares from her personal life, practical wisdom and insight to help provide healing to those who share similar experiences. This thought provoking reading will transform the way you see the importance of transparency, forgiveness, and your identity as a child of God—The Ultimate Father.