My Personal Crisis
In 2008, my family went through a terrible crisis that lasted more than two years. In the midst of trying to help my family weather the storm, I found myself in my own personal battle for survival. What began as a couple of months of sleepless nights soon became a full-on emotional breakdown.
I laid on my couch in a deep depression for six months; every day was a living hell. Day after day, my friend and personal nurse practitioner, Julie Winter, called to encourage and counsel me.
Slowly but surely I began to improve, and about a year later I finally, fully recovered. I have discovered that a lot of professionals have different theories about how to restore people. Many of them focus their treatment on the body or the soul. But Julie has a unique and holistic approach to restoring broken people. She develops a tri-dimensional plan—spirit, soul, and body—for each of her patients. Instead of just treating symptoms and creating symptomatic cures, Julie actually treats the root causes of each person’s brokenness.
I was so impressed by Julie’s approach to wholeness and the effects it had on my own life, that I all but begged her to write a book about it. I am really excited about this book. I know thousands of people who are suffering from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, etc. will be restored by the insights in this manuscript.
Help for You
Consequently, Julie’s book, ReNew, is more than a book. It’s a road back to recovery and a compass to wholeness. If you, or someone you love is suffering from these symptoms, this book, ReNew, is for you. It will change your life.
- Kris Vallotton, Senior Associate Leader, Bethel Church, Redding, CA; Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry; Author of 11 books, including The Supernatural Ways of Royalty and Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry