“It is thrilling to read of Hiram Johnson’s step-by-step process of healing from emotional and spiritual pain. In Hiram’s search for God, the Holy Spirit met him over and over again in a supernatural way…This is a powerful story where God meets the writer at every turn. This book will help many people in their processing from woundedness to wholeness.”
—Margaret Therkelsen, Teacher and Author of books on prayer.
Hiram Johnson, an ordained United Methodist Church pastor, currently appointed to a private practice setting in Daphne, Alabama, has written about the depression, despair, guilt, and the shame he suffered following a tragic car accident in which a young woman was killed.
“Hiram does much more than simply recount his story. As he describes his downward spiral in vivid detail, at various points he steps back and reflects upon the psychological and spiritual dynamics of his experience. It was at these points that I found him most helpful…I appreciate the honest realism of Hiram’s account…Through it all, God was faithful in providing the strength and the encouragement, the wisdom and insight, the patience and persistence Hiram needed to stay on the path toward healing. This book is a marvelous testimony to the God who pursues us with his grace and relentless love….”
—From the Foreword written by Dr. Stephen A. Seamands,
Professor of Christian Doctrine, Asbury Theological Seminary
Tragic Redemption gives a great insight as to how to break life patterns of guilt and shame so you can lead a more positive life and walk with the Lord. It is a must read!”
—Bobby Bowden, Head Football Coach, Florida State University
“Hiram has dealt with questions that plague we most. His own experience is the lens through which he provides us a redemptive glimpse of transformation and wholeness.”
—Dr. Maxie Dunnam, Chancellor, Asbury Theology Seminary
Bill McCartney, Founder of Promise Keepers, writes “The Holy Spirit…begins to use Hiram as His loving vessel to show others how to rally their team to victory. Through an incredibly difficult set of circumstances, God reveals His mighty grace and forgiveness.”
For more information, go to Hiram’s website: www.easternshorecounseling.com.