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Does God See Me?

New Book Coming May 2024

The question often asked at the depth of pain:

Does God See Me?

We all experience suffering in our lives. It may be domestic violence, sexual abuse, abandonment, racial trauma, or any other number of injustices. You can unravel the layers of pain and move towards healing.

 

In Does God See Me?, women of all backgrounds, with a special resonance for Black women and women of color, will discover a safe space to find their voice, receive healing, and walk toward transformation. Through her professional expertise in trauma recovery, the biblical story of Hagar, and the lived experience of her own painful stories, Dieula Magalie Previlon delivers a message of unshakeable hope. 

 

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Dieula invites you to embark on your own healing journey. Bridging the gap between experience and empowerment, Does God See Me? invites you to:

  • apply effective principles for healing trauma,

  • engage in reflective questions, and

  • practice whole-body exercises that lead to understanding, self-discovery, and growth.

Dieula delivers additional thoughtful, faith-informed insights, drawing from her own testimony, on topics like shame, grief, and abandonment. Here is your compassionate guide to help you embrace your pain and emerge with a story of triumph, redemption, and a renewed connection to the Divine.

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil

Author of Becoming Brave: Finding the Courage to Pursue Racial Justice Now and

Roadmap to Reconciliation 2.0: Moving Communities into Unity, Wholeness and Justice

We are living in a traumatizing world. The increased hostility, fear, and polarizing divisiveness weighs heavily on all of us. Using her years of experience, Dieula Previlon, offers wise counsel and honest guidance to explore the question of whether we are loved, seen, and known by God. This timey book is an invitation to embark on a journey that leads to the joy of finding hope and healing from trauma that empowers women around the world to give birth to our truest selves. I highly recommend it!

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