I Want To Know My Future
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I Want To Know My Future

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"I want to know my future," Elizabeth pleaded in prayer to the Almighty God. She was attacked by members of her own church. She was denied justice by an evil Judge. She was thrown in jail for kidnapping her children. Her family, friends and church deserted her believing that she was hated by God.

This is a true life story
A must read for all Christians. A must read for all t...more
Kindle Edition, 286 pages
Published (first published May 17th 2011)
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Allizabeth Collins

Elizabeth is a mother of three going through a painful divorce from her minister husband, but when custody of her children is given to her abusive ex, she must flee with her kids to ensure their safety. Unfortunately, she is caught, jailed, and subsequently persecuted by everyone she once knew: family, friends, congregants, etc. While fighting for the return of her children, she is berated by her ex and finds that she has been essentially "excommunicated" from her old life. Her only...more
Autumn Blues Reviews
An incredible story of how one community of Christians failed God by choosing malevolence over love.

The title of this book "I Want To Know My Future" refers to the feelings Dipman struggled with after her life took a dramatic turn. When her friends and family turned against her and the judge gave custody of her children to her abusive ex-husband and she was jailed, after running with her children to another state. Dipman shares her true life story of the terror, harassment and constant fear she...more
Elizabeth’s life was turned upside down. She fought for her kids, found her church turn against her, and even spent time in jail. It sounds like fiction, or even a dramatic movie, but it’s the personal experience of the author, Linda Dipman.

As Linda shared with me, she used a fictional name to protect her kids “because of the constant hiding and the fear that anyone could do anything they wanted to me without consequence”. The story tells of Linda/Elizabeth’s struggles with her church as she fou...more
Sandra Stiles
I will state from the very beginning that I felt disappointment. The disappointment was not in the writing style or anything other than I felt the author was afraid to be up front with potential readers about the topic of her story. No matter what my personal Christian beliefs are about homosexuality I will say this. No one should be discriminated against because of sexual orientation, race or religion. That being said, this is the story of two mothers who are divorcing their husbands for issues...more
This book was so good that I passed it around my Sunday School class. It made for great discussions. If you've ever felt left out, abandoned, different, or persecuted, this book will encourage you. It is a story like none other than I have ever read.
Dec 28, 2011 Elaine marked it as started-reading-but-didn-t-finish
Got to 14% in this book on Kindle. Not sure how I feel about it. Sorry, not much help.
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