The Ninth Child
Lisa LeBlanc’s raw and revealing memoir uncovers her life as the youngest child in a large farm family, impacted by religious legalism and abuse. She struggled with depression for most of her life until discovering healing through neurofeedback brain training.
“The Ninth Child is powerful and beautiful, and I think it’s something everyone needs to read. The reader gets an inside look to the hurt the Church can cause—as a place filled with normal, imperfect, sinful people—and the hope and healing that can be found in Jesus after being hurt by someone who claimed to love God.”
– Mikaela Chell