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  • Toxic Faith: Experiencing Healing Over Painful Spiritual Abuse

    toxic faithBy Stephen Arterburn & Jack Felton  

    Most of us began our journey into faith with trusting hearts. Yet incidents of abuse, media accounts of perverted religion, personal disappointments, loss, betrayal and even unrealistic expectations of God can cause us to develop a warped or damaged view of ...

  • Listening to God in Difficult Times: Jeremiah

    listening to god in difficult timesBy Kay Arthur & Pete De Lacy  

    In Kay Arthur’s newest study, readers will mine gems of truth from the book of Jeremiah using the hands-on process of observation, interpretation, and application to dig through the text.

    Jeremiah’s warnings to a nation that has turned ...

  • Renewing the Face of the Earth: A Theological and Pastoral Response to Climate Change

    renewing the face of the earthBy David John Atkinson

    This important and timely study provides a much needed theological framework for considering and responding to the challenges of climate change. In a highly readable and clear style, it explores the spiritual questions being opened up by this issue: ...

  • The Church’s Healing Ministry: Practical and Pastoral Reflections

    the church's healing ministryBy David Atkinson

    Healing is one of the fundamental aspects of Christian ministry, reaching into every area of personal and public life. Leading ethicist David Atkinson asks whether suffering can ever be creative and explores how today’s conversations between theology, psychology, and medical science are ...

  • A Sacred Walk: Dispelling the Fear of Death and Caring for the Dying

    a sacred walk 3By Donna M. Authers

    A Sacred Walk helps dispel the fear of death and draws uniquely on the experience of the dying to show how best to meet the practical, emotional, and spiritual needs of a loved one who is facing death. Writer Donna Authers lived ...

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