Here we have more that a dozen highly trained counselors, medical experts and pastors who are highly respected in there fields.Every one has at least one doctorate relevant to the area they examine in this book. It is a probing, penetrating search through the Scriptures for what it means to be truly Christian.This 27 volume collection of biblical counseling titles is an amazing compilation of Christian counseling resources.

So the first place we should go to in order to understand how to manage our emotions, is God's word. Our real life has those uncontrolled times that we don't want others to know about, the times when we really dislike ourselves, those moments we even try to hide from God.

Ken Campbell shows us where those 'ugly' emotions inside us come from and how to deal with them.

The author draws on the biblical notion of God as Abba, insights from process relational theology, and his extensive experience in pastoral psychology in developing a very practical "theology of listening." He illustrates his approach by weaving stories of an imaginary family and a hypothetical congregation to show how the church's unique ministry of listening can come alive.

No matter what you may be facing, God is there to help you.

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This book is not lukewarm psychology dressed up as Christianity but a biblical way of dealing with our darker side.

It is wonderfully practical but yet deeply spiritual and help us get to grips with the thoughts, attitudes and behavior that can drag us down. To listen with caring to another person is to offer a gift of awareness.

To listen with reverence for new becomings emerging within another person is to offer a gift of grace.

Such are the gifts of listening as Robert Brizee portrays them in this provocative book.

And as you come to know Him better, you'll find yourself trusting Him more completely. Essentially you can be viewed in three different ways.