Snakes in the Pulpit: Hope for Victims of Deception
Carolyn Wilcox was an unassuming little girl raised in a Christian home with a pastor for a father. In Snakes in the Pulpit, she shares her horrifying experience with a beloved clergy member and her journey through the pain in hopes that others will be inspired to find peace.
Deception, manipulation, robbery, and sexual immorality can (and do) plague the office of the clergy. Carolyn’s message will resonate with others who have been hurt by the church and have experienced this deception firsthand. She provides hope and healing for anyone who has been hurt by a pastor, church leader or church. This powerful story will encourage the reader to seek the God, who is the answer for healing and, through Him, finally find the power and freedom they are searching for. This booklet includes understandable information of how to overcome hurts received from other believers and to know that it is a deception from Satan, and it is not from God.
About the Author
Carolyn Wilcox comes from a line of life-long ministers and has worked in many positions in the church, including eight years as a missionary to Kenya. She lives in North Carolina with her husband of forty-six years. They have four children and nine grandchildren.
Publisher: Creation House (October 5, 2010)
Paperback: 64 pages
Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
Dimensions: 4.5 x 0.16 x 6.5 inches