The daughter of American missionaries, Shelley Hundley was born in Colombia and grew up on the campus of a seminary that trained leaders to serve in what was one of the most violent nations in the world.
After suffering abuse at the hands of a minister in the community, she turns from God – angry and confused that He could allow this to happen.
In A Cry for Justice, Hundley uses her story as a backdrop to show how she found healing from the pain, guilt and shame of the abuse she endured as a child and how she came to know Jesus in a new way – as a righteous judge who fights for His people and takes upon Himself the burden of our injustices and pain.
The story of Shelley Hundley’s journey from bitter atheist to wholehearted lover of God is unique. Yet what she learned on this journey is relevant to every person who has ever been hurt and has silently wondered, “Who will fight for me? Who can make the wrong things right?”
Shelley Hundley is one of the original interns who helped launch the International House of Prayer under Mike Bickle’s leadership and has been on the senior leadership of IHOP-KC since its inception in 1999. (Product description)