The Emotionally Healthy Church, winner of the Gold Medallion Book Award, offers a strategy for discipleship that accomplishes healthy living and actually changes lives.
©2003 Peter Scazzero; ©2008 Zondervan
The info presented is good, but the author's writing style is terrible and the narrator does all kinds of really annoying voices.
I was asked to read this book for an assignment for a 'Lay Counseling' class for our church, I am glad I did! We were also asked to answer the questions in Chapter 12 for our report, and I took that seriously. A lot of the questions asked me to be transparent, as the book and lives in it showed it is possible and profitable. It is sometimes hard to be transparent and Really honest with myself but I know it will be rewarding, not only for myself but for others. To Pete and the New Life family- Keep on being the 'incarnate' of Jesus, People really need that! I sure will!
I would suggest you take your time with the book-and get the paper book as well that is where you will find a lot of Great helps that you do not get with the audio version. Enjoy and be blessed! I know you will if you really care about what it means to be Christian. :o)
A few from our church staff are reading this book separately. I am excited to discuss it with them. There were a few areas of emotional unhealth relieved to me through this book. Definitely recommended.
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