You're rushed down the aisle of aches and pains; slammed into the counter of migraines; whipped around the corner to allergies; pushed into a back room stored with depressions, worries, anxieties, and fears?
If so, Dick Innes may have a way to help you get out of the basket of agony. In his book You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing Dick tells a little about his own journey through the "demonic" super-market and gives you practical principles or laws that, if applied diligently, will lead you to a healthier, more wholesome, fulfilling, and loving life.
1. A Time to Love A Time to Heal
2. Broken Wings Shattered Dreams
3. Your Healing Is Within You
4. Choice, Not chance, Determines Destiny
5. Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes
6. You Can't Unring a Bell
7. The Magic Number: Seventy Times Seven
8. Hurt People Hurt People
9. Blessed Are They Who Mourn
10. The Woman You Gave Me
11. Come Apart Before You Come Apart
12. What You Do Is What You Get
13. According to Your Faith
"I am going through the You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing for the third time. It is soooo awesome." – Joan M.
"You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing is the most helpful book I have ever read. I encouraged several friends to purchase a copy and together via telephone meetings we are discussing the book. I need another copy immediately. Please send by express mail." – Lanelle, Georgia
"I have so enjoyed your book, You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing, that I purchased 5 copies and am sharing them with the Pastors of our church as well as friends. I have found its content life changing. You write from the heart and God is using that book!" – Dave F.
"I can't tell you how meaningful the chapter on 'The Magic Number' was for me. I found it very freeing regarding a relationship that has been broken for 15 years!" – Carol J.
"I gave my copy away of You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing and want two more. This is the most helpful Christian book I have read for 30 years." – Loraine from Australia
"I have just finished reading You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing and I agree with this comment from one of your readers who said, 'This is the most helpful book I have ever read.'" – Rose M.
Dick Innes is the Founder and Director of ACTS International and ACTS Communications. He is a former editor of Psychology for Living magazine published by the Narramore Christian Foundation, a Christian mental health organization located in Southern California. He is also an instructor in the Divorce and Grief Recovery ministry at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California. He has authored three books: Besides You Can't Fly with a Broken Wing he has authored the best seller, I Hate Witnessing, and How to Mend a Broken Heart. He has written more than 250 Encounter brochure articles—40 million of which have been distributed in several countries. He has led seminars and spoken to many groups in Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S., and is the author of Daily Encounter, the week-day email devotional of ACTS International which goes to 373,000 readers worldwide, and editor of Weekend Encounter going to almost 8,000 readers worldwide. Originally from Australia Dick has lived in Southern California since the early 1980s.