Jan. 29, 2020
-- Redemption: Little One's Story
picks up where Redemption Through Forgiveness: How God Used My Mental Illness To Save Me
left off - the continuing journey of how God used one woman's mental illness to demonstrate His love and mercy for her. Diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder at an early age as the result of a traumatic childhood, one of Lisa's alters, a dynamic and protective entity knows as Little One, tells the heart-wrenching story of her struggle to allow God to take her place in Lisa's life. A complicated love triangle between Lisa, Little One, and God, this inspirational story is a stirring account of God's willingness to use any situation to pour out His grace and patience to those who find it difficult to trust in Him.
Lisa Slaton continues to provide a unique perspective on Dissociative Identity Disorder and the complex relationship between the host and his/her alters in the sequel to her spiritual memoir, Redemption: Little One's Story
. A memoir that explores the relationship between the host, the alter, and God – this story is one that relates to men and women who have been through dysfunctional childhoods, who have a mental illness, who struggle to believe in and trust God, and who are seeking forgiveness.About Lisa Slaton
A native of Illinois, Lisa Slaton has been a born-again Christian for 30 years. After graduating from Columbia College at the age of 42, she obtained a BA in Psychology. She has worked in the health care field since she was a teenager. Lisa hopes her series will give a voice to those battling mental illness and, more pointedly, give others hope in a loving and forgiving God. For more information about Redemption: Little One's Story
, please visit www.touchpointpress.com.