Elizabeth Esther was part of a fundamentalist, religious cult.
Her book, Girl At The End Of The World: My Escape from Fundamentalism in Search of Faith with a Future, captivated me from the beginning. Stories about how families become involved in cults is always interesting/shocking to me. In Elizabeth’s case – the religious organization’s founder was her grandfather.
Elizabeth’s next book releases on April 19th. Spiritual Sobriety: Stumbling Back To Faith When Good Religion Goes Bad is more than spiritual abuse recovery testimony. Her words will be an encouragement to anyone who suffers from hurtful church experiences. Scripture, quotes, and journaling questions allow readers to make the book personal.
Listen to Elizabeth share her story. The woman is smart, funny, and real. I bet you’ll agree.
Links discussed on the show:
- Elizabeth’s blog
- Girl At The End Of The World
- Spiritual Sobriety: Stumbling Back To Faith When Good Religion Goes Bad
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