Emotional Health

Emotional Health

Ensuring good emotional health is a key ingredient to a good life. Find the perfect Christian books on how to achieve good emotional health. 
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  1. Joni: An Unforgettable Story

    Joni Eareckson Tada with Joe Musser

    $16.99
    In a split second on a hot July afternoon, a diving accident transformed the life of Joni Eareckson Tada forever. She went from being an active young woman to facing every day in a wheelchair. Learn More
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    In I Declare War, Levi Lusko candidly shares about his struggles with moodiness, bullying, suicidal thoughts, night terrors, and difficulty managing himself. He identifies four weapons you have at your disposal--thoughts, words, behaviors, and power--and illustrates how to use them to achieve ongoing victory. These practical tools from God's Word will help you learn to stop being your own worst enemy.  

     

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    "Widow" is one title women do not want. Butaccording to the Surgeon General's office, 800,000 people become widows or widowers yearly in the United States alone. And when this happens, every aspect of life changes like it or not, ready or not.

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  4. Grace for the Widow

    Joyce Rogers

    $10.99
    Joyce Rogers has walked the path of widowhood since late 2005 when her husband of fifty-four years, renowned pastor Adrian Rogers, passed away.

    "Grace for the Widow "is her firsthand account of how God holds a woman's hand on this journey through ... Learn More

  5. Loveable

    Kelly Flanagan

    $16.99

    Kelly Flanagan is a psychologist, father, and blogger who is best known for the letters he has written to his children on his blog, one of which landed him on the Today Show with his four-year-old daughter.

    In Loveable, Flanagan answers three fundamental human questions: Am I enough? How do I become unlonely? Do I matter? He shows us how to rediscover our worthiness and remember that we are good enough. He encourages us to shed the false self that keeps us lonely and to find people who accept us as we are. And he inspires us to fully embrace our passions, regardless of how ordinary those passions may be.

    Reading like an extended love letter to readers, Loveable uncovers three essential truths: you are enough, you are not alone, and you matter. Flanagan invites us to disconnect from the distractions and demands of daily life and to listen more intently for the voice of grace within each of us, so we might fully awaken to the redemptive story we are here to live.

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    The Way We Work is full of practical advice and information for understanding how our natural, inborn learning strengths can make a world of difference when it comes to the way we perceive and interact with others. You'll find ideas for maximum productivity, job satisfaction, and better work place relationships.

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    What happened to my baby after she died? Will I ever see her again---or recognize her? Why did God let this tragedy happen? What if I've had an abortion? Drawing from concrete passages in Scripture, Hayford offers compassionate, reassuring answers for ... Learn More
  8. Grace for the Afflicted

    Matthew S. Stanford

    $20.00

    Why has the church struggled in ministering to those with mental illnesses?
    Each day men and women diagnosed with mental disorders are told they need to pray more and turn from their sin. Mental illness is equated with demonic possession, weak faith, and generational sin. As both a church leader and a professor of psychology and behavioral sciences, Matthew S. Stanford has seen far too many mentally ill brothers and sisters damaged by well-meaning believers who respond to them out of fear or misinformation rather than grace.
    Grace for the Afflicted is written to educate Christians about mental illness from both biblical and scientific perspectives. Stanford presents insights into our physical and spiritual nature and discusses the appropriate role of psychology and psychiatry in the life of the believer. Describing common mental disorders, Stanford probes what science says and what the Bible says about each illness.
    Consistent with DSM-5 diagnoses, this revised and expanded edition is thoroughly updated with new material throughout, including eight new chapters that cover

    • bipolar disorders
    • trauma- and stressor-related disorders
    • dementia
    • cerebrovascular accidents (stroke)
    • traumatic brain injury
    • suicide
    • a holistic approach to recovery
    • mental health and the church
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    This second revised version offers a group leader's manual updated material. The Christian Codependence Recovery Workbook: From Surviving to Significance takes you through a truth-finding journey to reveal your system of love, life and relationships. It practically addresses the manifest behaviors, emotions and needs of the codependent, while simultaneously introducing the precious truths of God's love. This workbook doesn't just diagnose the problem, but offers the healing principles of the Lord Jesus Christ in a fresh and profound way. When applied, you will have the opportunity to walk in freedom and grace, rather than bondage and control. Above all, this journey allows you to find freedom, purpose and identity in Christ. This book is written for anyone who wants to grow closer to the Lord, and to embrace healthy and whole relationships. Learn More
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    The Road to Freedom is the path of hope for all of us who are stuck. With practical application and inspiration, Johnny Baker shares his story of recovering from alcoholism and offers the truths he has learned from his 25 years with Celebrate Recovery. Learn More
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