Why I Left the Moonies

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Why I Left the Moonies is the story of one young woman’s search for reality and truth.

“Why I Left the Moonies” is the story of one young woman’s search for reality and truth. Beth Axton’s quest for God led her first to the Unification Church, where she was invited to be a handmaiden for the Holy Mother of Earth – Rev. Moon’s wife. But despite being given this honour Beth remained dissatisfied. The “Moonies” (as they were popularly known) were not what she had thought them to be – and she felt she need to leave to continue her search for truth. How could she find true peace with God?

This book is a powerful personal testimony of how one practicing “Moonie” found the life-changing freedom that comes from faith in Jesus Christ! Multitudes in our secular society are still seeking for answers at a deeper, spiritual level, and so many people will find the story of Beth’s life-changing spiritual encounter relevant to them!

Pre-order now: available 14th November 2019.

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“Why I Left the Moonies” is the story of one young woman’s search for reality and truth. Beth Axton’s quest for God led her first to the Unification Church, where she was invited to be a handmaiden for the Holy Mother of Earth – Rev. Moon’s wife. But despite being given this honour Beth remained dissatisfied. The “Moonies” (as they were popularly known) were not what she had thought them to be – and she felt she need to leave to continue her search for truth. How could she find true peace with God?

This book is a powerful personal testimony of how one practicing “Moonie” found the life-changing freedom that comes from faith in Jesus Christ! Multitudes in our secular society are still seeking for answers at a deeper, spiritual level, and so many people will find the story of Beth’s life-changing spiritual encounter relevant to them!

Pre-order now: available 14th November 2019.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 15.2 × .3 × 22.9 cm
Format

Paperback

Language

English

Imprint

Faithbuilders

Writer

Beth Axton

Publication Date

14th November 2019

ISBN

978-1-912120-27-7

Pages

124

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