Angry with God
No one gets mad at God for something small. When we’re angry with God, it is because we’ve faced something immensely hard. Anger is an often-overlooked part of grieving, and as such, is an appropriate response to profoundly painful events. Counselor Brad Hambrick provides a guided process to being honest with God about your pain to restore and deepen your relationship with him. While we are often prone to interpret our anger about intense suffering as being at God, this book is an invitation to process these intense emotions with God as a source of comfort who is sturdy enough to support these turbulent emotions.
Anxious about Decisions
Do you get anxious when you have to make a decision? Do you overthink, overtalk, and overanalyze? When anxiety surrounds every decision, the result can be decision-making paralysis. Counselor Michael Gembola explores this common struggle and then points to the peace that comes from knowing God as your refuge and ever-present help in trouble. Learning to trust God, even when the path is not clear, will give you courage to move forward one step at a time.
Build a Stronger Marriage
All marriages face challenges—seasons of distress and frustration, when thanks to any number of circumstances, you don’t feel as close as you once were. Best-selling author and longtime FamilyLife Today cohost Bob Lepine helps you work through the trials that emerge in every marriage, causing couples to become isolated and alienated. He helps you make the adjustments necessary to build the kind of marriage God intends for you to have and encourages you back on the path to oneness.
I Have PTSD
Anyone who experiences a traumatic event feels confused, lost, out of control, unsure, and unsteady—disoriented. Curtis Solomon helps those who have suffered these disorienting effects of a traumatic experience to reorient their lives to the path God has for them. He helps both those who have suffered trauma, as well as their loved ones, to understand the physical, emotional, and spiritual effects of trauma, while offering gospel hope and practical ways to make that hope real in their lives.
I Have a Psychiatric Diagnosis
A psychiatric diagnosis such as panic disorder, depression, trauma, or narcissism can be a heavy burden—for you or someone you love. These struggles can be life-dominating. But we know this: God is not silent when his people struggle. What does God say? Experienced counselor and best-selling author, Edward T. Welch helps you answer that crucial question by exploring how God’s Word speaks in ways that can help you find wisdom, rest, and hope in Jesus.
I Want to Escape
When life overwhelms, it’s natural to try to get away. Escape holds a powerful allure amid hard times. These trials and tribulations often provoke us to cry, “I’ve got to get outta here!” Even though we have many good reasons for trying to escape, as Christians, we have even better reasons to depend courageously on our Savior in the ups and downs of life. Pastor Rush Witt helps us learn to bravely run to Christ instead of running away.
Moving Forward After Abortion
How can you find healing and renewal after an abortion? How do you process the variety of emotions you may be experiencing such as anger, grief, or perhaps numbness? Camille Cates has spent many years helping women who have had an abortion find answers to these questions from God’s Word. In these pages, she helps you to see that God is forgiving, gracious, merciful, and loving and offers comfort to those who come to him to experience restoration instead of brokenness.
My Spouse Was Unfaithful
How should you respond to the devastating disappointments that adultery and other forms of betrayal have brought into your marriage? It’s natural to feel a wide range of emotions, including anger, confusion, grief, sadness, jealousy, anxiety, embarrassment, and regret. The consequences of your spouse’s sin cast wide effects on your relationship, your family, and your future. Counselor Robert D. Jones has walked with many couples in your situation and provides ten steps for moving forward from this betrayal with God-given hope.
Someone I Know is Grieving
When someone is grieving, it can be hard to know what to say or do. We want to be helpful, not hurtful, but it’s easy to go wrong. The good news is that we can learn to approach those who are grieving with the same compassion that Jesus shows us when we are grieving. Edward T. Welch shows us that it starts with humility and listening well and expands into practical support as the Spirit leads us.
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