Rivers of Blood | Oceans of Mercy
Rivers of Blood/Oceans of Mercy lifts the veil on reproductive rights, and reveals how the fallout from more than 60 million abortions extends far beyond the private sphere of a woman’s personal healthcare decisions; the impact is dynamic, and far-reaching:
-Learn how the failure to reconcile and grieve personal abortion led an OB/GYN physician, and a Roe V Wade attorney, to become pioneers in the movement to legalize abortion.
-Understand the connection between outraged feminists who see “rivers of blood” flowing from a judge’s Supreme Court nomination, yet fail to see the dynamic relationship of abortion and sexual trauma.
-Discover how a the suppression of natural grief and loss find expression in the successful Netflix series “Stranger Things” set in the 1980’s in a small town where children go mysteriously missing.
-Learn the toxic synergy of abortion with adult children of divorce, and the complex dynamics of couples that abort their children given a poor prenatal diagnosis.
-Are you shocked and confused as our nation descends deeper into transgender madness? There’s an abortion connection.
After unveiling the deeper impact of Roe V Wade, Rivers of Blood/Oceans of Mercy presents an overview of the essential components of the healing journey. Church leaders will find valuable help for preaching and pastoral ministry. Counselors and caring friends and family will be equipped to reach out with love to those wounded by abortion.
“Rivers of Blood/Oceans of Mercy will be a valuable resource for counselors and volunteers in abortion recovery ministries and for the general public to understand the wider and dynamic impact of abortion on our nation…and help women and men, couples and families find reconciliation and healing.”
-Martha Shuping, MD, Psychiatrist and President of the Ashford Institute
“Members of the clergy especially need to understand this critical topic… the authors offer vital insights which will equip them to bring healing to their congregations. I strongly recommend this important work to clergy and those who want to understand the scope of this issue.”
-Rev. Chester C. Egert, D.Min.,
Chaplain, Retired, United States Army
“Most Americans are oblivious to the human carnage inflicted on society by abortion. Rivers of Blood /Oceans of Mercy enlightens readers to the grave realities of what abortion has wrought… in the end this book will encourage you because Mercy ultimately wins.”
-Bradley Mattes of Life Issues Institute