Dr. Michael A. Milton is president of Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC where he also serves as professor of practical theology. Dr. Milton is a commissioned officer in the US Army Reserve and serves as a chaplain in the Chief of Chaplains Office in Washington, DC. He was a former top secret linguist for the US Navy and an executive in two Fortune 500 companies. Mike is a songwriter and recording artist, has written 8 books, numerous popular and academic articles and has been featured on programs such as the Coral Ridge Hour, Truths that Transform, Money Matters, and been quoted in national news.
‘Christians expect to be troubled by the unbelieving world - but not by their brothers and sisters in the church. Unfortunately, often the case is the reverse. In this book Michael Milton brings us back to Scripture, to the experiences of Joseph and Paul, and demonstrates that it is possible to move from being a victim to being a victor, even when Christian bonds make the wounds all the deeper. Full of personal and pastoral wisdom, this little book will help many believers face a trauma all too common in the Christian church, yet all too seldom addressed in the literature.' - Iain D. Campbell, Free Church of Scotland, Isle of Lewis
‘I wish this booklet did not need to be written, but it does, because far too many Christians are wounded every year by fellow believers. As a "spiritual medic," Mike has treated these wounds for years. His counsel is insightful, compassionate, and solidly biblical; it will help to heal many wounded saints.‘ - Ken Sande, President, Peacemaker® Ministries
‘I sincerely and enthusiastically endorse this book.' - From the foreword by Derek Thomas, Minister for Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology, RTS
‘I wish that this excellent, practical, healing book had been published years ago. I would have used many copies to lift up those severely wounded in the house of friends. Highly commended. ‘ - Erroll Hulse, Editor of Reformation Today