Journey to Healing for the Brokenhearted is a book about lost love, broken promises, and the long road to understanding and forgiveness. In a deeply personal way, Victoria Wilson Darrah tells the story of her journey through the valley of divorce, and her discovery that God can still use our weakness and our sadness and our tears to bring about healing and restoration in our relationships with those who have hurt us. The book is inspiring, captivating, provoking, and challenging. At the end of this reading, one is left with the challenge to live at peace with all men and to forgive as Christ has forgiven us. The Rev. Joy Magala, St. Mark's Episcopal Church, CA I found it riveting and very moving. Her frankness and eventual forgiveness of her husband through her love and obedience to the will of God is an inspiration and can only bring hope and restoration for anyone who is going through any traumatic experience. Bertha Graham, African Enterprise, CA Victoria's book is definitely un-put-down-able. Victoria's words have the power to take hold of your thoughts. I kw I will find myself thinking about her story for a very long time. The constructive thoughts transcribed straight from Victoria's journal will be a great help to Christian women who are struggling with some of the same issues the author faced. Darla Ebert, Missionary in the Philippines for thirty years Ugandan-born Victoria Wilson Darrah is an author/speaker/television producer who lives in Arcadia, California with her son, Jordan. She is the author of My Father's Daughter: Continuing the Dream, a tribute to her beloved father and his dream for peace and reconciliation, beginning in Africa and spreading around the world. Victoria is a graduate of USC and UCLA with degrees in television and film production.