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RELATED TITLES UNIQUE SELLING POINTS 978-0-8254-4400-5 14.99 Paperback 5.5 x 8.5 160 pages SELF-HELP Abuse Kregel Publications Rights World April 27 2016 A stunningly vulnerable look at the horrific reali- ties of sexual abuse and how to overcome them Malesexualabuseisincreasinglyinthenewsfromscandalsin theCatholicChurchtoexploitationsatPennState.Yetbooks and programs about healing are still overwhelmingly oriented toward the female survivor of abuse. As men who experienced childhood abuse the authors of this book are uniquely qualified to address the healing process of male survivors. Using the metaphor of a car accident Naming Our Abuse leads the survivor from the Wreck to the Accident Report to Rehabilitation to Driving Again. This four-step model illustrates that healing is a process to be nurtured rather than something that can be healed in a single telling. Following the authors examples readers are invited to find solidarity with other male survivors and develop an understanding of their own wounding through journaling exercises. Andrew Schmutzer is a professor of biblical studies at Moody Bible Institute Chicago and a graduate of Dallas Seminary ThM and Trinity PhD. He writes about integrative issues surrounding abuse trauma lament and spiritual formation and speaks regu- larly on issues of sexual abuse. Daniel Gorski is a thirty-year veteran software engineer hav- ing worked for ATT Lucent Technologies Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia. He earned a BS in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Illinois and an MS in Computer Science from Kansas State University specializing in expert systems and software automation. David Carlson is a special education teacher working in the sub- urbs of Chicago for the majority of his adult life. He takes great pride in being an advocate for his students and their families helping them to navigate whatever challenges life may present. He is committed to encouraging and supporting male survivors through the various stages of their healing. www.kregel.com 5 CHRISTIAN LIVING ISBN 978-0-8254-4400-5 9 7 8 0 8 2 5 4 4 4 0 0 5 Naming Our Abuse Gods Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors Andrew J. Schmutzer Daniel A. Gorski David Carlson foreword by Josh D. McDowell Not Quite Healed 978-0-8254-4270-4 15.99 When a Man You Love Was Abused 978-0-8254-3353-5 14.99 Foreword by best-selling author and abuse survivor Josh McDowell Focuses on the rarely addressed male survivor