Lori Frances, Marsella Hughes
Shame is a prowling lion. It lunges and tears in one area, only to retreat and hide temporarily. Then it forces itself into a new area, only to devour again. Why is shame such a prevailing hunter? Why do our relationships, sin struggles, bodies, marriages, politics, successes and failures all bear wounds given by shame? What is God's heart for us in our shame? These are some of the questions we seek to answer as we explore God's triumphant power over evil's active shame assault on the world today.