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Walk to Resurrection - Naomi Kisch (2009)

Walk to Resurrection - Naomi Kisch (2009)

This book will take you on a personal journey through a mother’s heart, a son’s struggles and the battles faced in reality of those caught in the diabolical web of destruction from the Occult, ritual abuse, Satanism, drugs and dangerous Cults. It will also emphasize the fact that when all else fails, Almighty God stays faithful.

 

‘Walk to Resurrection’ is a worthwhile read to erode the fear and ignorance in families and society who often live by the motto: “I do not see any evidence, therefore, these things do not exist” - Dare to journey with this mother.

The book can be ordered directly from our offices, it is really a worthwhile read.

R100 p/copy

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ABUSE/TRAUMA

 

We strive to the best of our ability and with the resources to our disposal to support individuals, groups, families and communities who have fallen prey to abusive and/or traumatic incidents on a social, psycho-emotional, physical and/or spiritual level. ASERAC™ endeavour to support and assist victims of abuse and/or trauma in the following areas:

 

·          Religious (spiritual) and/or philosophical motivated abuse/trauma. 

·          Psycho-emotional abuse/trauma. 

·          Social and/or cultural abuse/trauma. 

·          Physical abuse/trauma.

 

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