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Unholy Union, the Powerful New Memoir by Minister Bunny Stevens, Exposes the Betrayal and Brutality of Sexual Abuse and One Woman’s Inspiring Journey of Faith and Triumph In Unholy Union, Bunny Stevens takes the reader on a harrowing journey through the darkest of betrayals—occasioned, ironically, in settings that should shelter and protect: home and church. Within these sa Unholy Union, the Powerful New Memoir by Minister Bunny Stevens, Exposes the Betrayal and Brutality of Sexual Abuse and One Woman’s Inspiring Journey of Faith and Triumph In Unholy Union, Bunny Stevens takes the reader on a harrowing journey through the darkest of betrayals—occasioned, ironically, in settings that should shelter and protect: home and church. Within these sacred spaces, a child is abused and a young woman is raped by her minister and told, “God wanted me to do it.” Ultimately, though, this is a story of victory over those who shamed her, renounced her, and commanded her to “go away and tell no one.” In Unholy Union, the author breaks her 50-year silence. With heartbreaking transparency, she tells us what no one wants to believe can actually happen. Then she tells us who ultimately wins. View the Book Trailer at www.UnholyUnionBook.com


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Unholy Union, the Powerful New Memoir by Minister Bunny Stevens, Exposes the Betrayal and Brutality of Sexual Abuse and One Woman’s Inspiring Journey of Faith and Triumph In Unholy Union, Bunny Stevens takes the reader on a harrowing journey through the darkest of betrayals—occasioned, ironically, in settings that should shelter and protect: home and church. Within these sa Unholy Union, the Powerful New Memoir by Minister Bunny Stevens, Exposes the Betrayal and Brutality of Sexual Abuse and One Woman’s Inspiring Journey of Faith and Triumph In Unholy Union, Bunny Stevens takes the reader on a harrowing journey through the darkest of betrayals—occasioned, ironically, in settings that should shelter and protect: home and church. Within these sacred spaces, a child is abused and a young woman is raped by her minister and told, “God wanted me to do it.” Ultimately, though, this is a story of victory over those who shamed her, renounced her, and commanded her to “go away and tell no one.” In Unholy Union, the author breaks her 50-year silence. With heartbreaking transparency, she tells us what no one wants to believe can actually happen. Then she tells us who ultimately wins. View the Book Trailer at www.UnholyUnionBook.com

37 review for Unholy Union: A Memoir of Clergy Sexual Abuse Within the Salvation Army

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Bell

    Bunny did a wonderful job on this book. Her strength throughout this book is inspiring. She has overcome so many obstacles. Still she continues in the fight to make her story known. Let her strength be contagious, and her voice be heard.This abuse will go on if we continue to keep silent. Keep up the great work Bunny!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gabby-Lily Raines

    Interesting memoir about broken trust and horrible experiences at the hands of people in positions of trust. And, yet, Unholy Union is also a story of being able to heal and find a way to move on.

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