Tag Archives: sprititual growth

(Book review) How to Get Unstuck

This book is chock full of dive-in-deep methodology to get you to your next step in your career or
ministry, fulfill your God-given purpose, and do it joyfully, confidently, and for the right reasons. Far
superior to the conventional self-help books on the market, this book discusses both the how and the
why of personal effectiveness and success, with review points and further reading recommendations at
the end of each chapter. Following the author’s direction in Unstuck will enable you to grow up into
the work God has created you to do.

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(Book review) Boundaries for Your Soul

What if the enemies warring within you were actually fighting for the same cause? In this practical book, Christian counselors Cook and Miller give five steps for recognizing and befriending the parts of you that you battle against. They help you see the overwhelming emotions not as enemies but as helpers who have overstepped their bounds in trying to help you, resulting in internal wars. Limiting them to boundaries brings you to deep peace and rest in God, allowing genuine connection with others.

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(Book review) Beginnings: Understanding How We Experience the New Birth

Through the examples of Christians ranging from Corrie ten Boom to those in Smallman’s congregation, readers will discover conversion isn’t a one-size-fits-all phenomenon, nor does it stop at a simple prayer.

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(Book review) In Search of the King

 In this book, Bennett leads the reader through a series of chapters about knowing, finding, and serving Christ the King. In Part One, “Search for the King,” he explores who the King is. Part Two, “Discover the King,” discusses pursuing the King. Finally, Part Three, “Serve the King,” deals with how to serve Him.

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