The world you live in promotes sex as the answer to just about everything. The pressure to go along with the crowd is greater than ever before, and it's easy to compromise in little ways that are a lot more harmful than they seem. You and your friends may become caught up in destructive relationships or sexual activities without even knowing how you got there. You just want to be normal - to fit in, to be liked, to look attractive to the opposite sex. But are you paying too high a price?
From chronic physical pain to deep emotional hurts, we are all, at some level, in need of healing. And healing, writes author Stephen Arterburn, is a choice, although not our choice, it is God's choice. While that may lead us to understand that healing is out of our hands, there are several things we do or believe that can stand in the way of God's healing in our lives.
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In Walking into Walls, best-selling author, radio host, and counselor Stephen Arterburn identifies five prison walls, or blind spots, that will hold you captive and block the amazing things God wants to do in your life. Arterburn will help you learn how to overcome those life-blocking barriers and sprint into the future with renewed confidence and joy. This one audiobook is the breakthrough you need!
You might not sense it yet, but all along your life, God has been showing and teaching you everything you need for a great second half. Sure, midlife can be unsettling. At a certain age, most guys do have a greater awareness of unfulfilled dreams, regrets, even their own mortality. But the positives far outweigh the negatives.
You can do relationships right! Regret-Free Living takes the focus from what was and what might have been and shines a bright light onto the path of what is and what is to be. Christian counselor Stephen Arterburn speaks honestly and forthrightly about what it takes to build strong, healthy relationships. Drawing on his own positive and negative experiences, he offers specific steps to rid yourself of relationship regrets, open your heart to healing, and move forward in love.
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Being Christian. What does that mean? And how do you do it? However you answer those questions - even if the answer is "I don't have a clue! - you need this book. Here Steve Arterburn and John Shore tackle some simple, but also complex, questions that just about everyone has about being Christian. And they do so using everyday language. Here you'll find real questions.