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From Fear to Love: Overcoming the Barriers to Healthy Relationships

by Raymond Kane

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Learn how to recognize and destroy barriers to authentic love. Reaching out to another in love has its risks. It means making yourself vulnerable, taking the risk that you may experience rejection or worse. But, oh the blessings! Ray and Nancy Kane have been there and have come out on the other side of fear. In From Fear to Love, they speak honestly of the process of moving from the bondage of fear to the confidence of giving and receiving authentic love. Drawing on the biblical example of true, genuine love, the Kanes will help readers move past their hurts and into fellowship with God, their spouses and others.

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