About the Author

Kirsten Strawn is the Faith Coach, Evangelist, and Bible teacher at the Rock Church in San Diego, one of the fastest growing churches in America.

Kirsten, a dynamic speaker and the author of the transparent and transforming book LOVING THE UNLOVABLE. She testifies to the power of God who healed her tumultuous marriage, provided during a year without income, healed their five-year-old son from a rare form of leukemia, and raised four determined teenagers.

Kirsten ministers God’s love and boldly shares His truth to set people free to live the abundant life God has for them. Discover God’s proven method to reconcile the most difficult relationships in Kirsten’s life transforming book LOVING THE UNLOVABLE.

• Face conflict with confidence and compassion
• Stop avoiding conversations and take action
• Speak effectively and honestly to be heard
• Gain perspective to understand yourself and others
• Forgive to have authentic, meaningful relationships

Discover the foundational reasons behind conflict as Kirsten shares from her struggles as well as the testimonies of other victims who became victorious. Kirsten and her husband Mark celebrate the miracle of 28 years of marriage. They live in beautiful San Diego, California, praising God for His faithfulness.

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