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  • Why Do I Feel Like This?

    Why Do I Feel Like This?

    Understand Your Difficult Emotions and Find Grace to Move Through

    by Peace Amadi

    It's easy to get overwhelmed by all sorts of conflicting, difficult emotions. But psychology professor and personal development coach Dr. Peace Amadi can help you navigate the complexity of your emotions and live through them in healthy ways. With insights from both psychology and Scripture, this book offers you a clear plan to get your peace back and find your joy again.

  • Experiencing Healing Prayer

    Experiencing Healing Prayer

    How God Turns Our Hurts into Wholeness

    by Rick Richardson
    Foreword by Richard Peace

    Rick Richardson shows that God can heal your deepest hurts, wounds and areas of sin. And he helps you to receive healing from God through prayer, learned and practiced in community.

  • Strength in Weakness

    Strength in Weakness

    Healing Sexual and Relational Brokenness

    by Andrew Comiskey

    Telling real-life stories of despair, hope and lasting change, Andrew Comiskey lays out the foundations for healing from relational and sexual sin. With chapters focusing on particular areas of vulnerability for men and women, on the battle over homosexuality in church and culture, and on the essential role of the church in ongoing healing, Strength in Weakness makes clear the way to the cross--God's sufficient answer to our deepest needs.

  • From Burned Out to Beloved

    From Burned Out to Beloved

    Soul Care for Wounded Healers

    by Bethany Dearborn Hiser

    As a social worker, jail chaplain, and justice advocate, Bethany Dearborn Hiser pushed herself to the brink of burnout—only to discover that she needed the very soul care she was providing to others. Tackling the effects of secondary trauma and burnout, this is a trauma-informed soul care guide for Christians working in high-stress, helping professions.

  • Refuge from Abuse

    Refuge from Abuse

    Healing and Hope for Abused Christian Women

    by Nancy Nason-Clark and Catherine Clark Kroeger

    Nancy Nason-Clark and Catherine Clark Kroeger draw on their professional experience in sociology and biblical studies to supply here-and-now, step-by-step advice that victims of domestic violence need to begin a journey toward healing.

  • Disability and the Way of Jesus

    Disability and the Way of Jesus

    Holistic Healing in the Gospels and the Church

    by Bethany McKinney Fox
    Foreword by John Swinton

    What does healing mean for people with disabilities? Bridging biblical studies, ethics, and disability studies with the work of practitioners, Bethany McKinney Fox examines healing narratives in their biblical and cultural contexts. This theologically grounded and winsomely practical resource helps us more fully understand what Jesus does as he heals and how he points the way for relationships with people with disabilities.

  • Blood from a Stone

    Blood From a Stone

    A Memoir of How Wine Brought Me Back from the Dead

    by Adam S. McHugh

    "This is the story of how wine brought me back from the dead." Join Adam McHugh as he ends one career and discovers a new life in wine among the grapevines of the Santa Ynez Valley of California. This memoir takes you on Adam's journey toward new life and healing through the good gifts of wine, friendship, and a sense of place.

  • Forming Resilient Children

    Forming Resilient Children

    The Role of Spiritual Formation for Healthy Development

    by Holly Catterton Allen
    Foreword by Catherine Stonehouse

    We can't protect children from all hardships, but we can promote healthy development that fosters resilience. In this interdisciplinary work, Holly Catterton Allen equips educators, counselors, children's ministers, and parents with ways of developing children's spirituality so they can persevere when facing trauma and thrive in challenging times.

  • Healing Racial Trauma Healing Racial Trauma

    Healing Racial Trauma

    The Road to Resilience

    by Sheila Wise Rowe
    Foreword by Soong-Chan Rah

    People of color have endured traumatic histories and almost daily assaults on their dignity. Professional counselor Sheila Wise Rowe exposes the symptoms of racial trauma to lead readers to a place of freedom from the past and new life for the future. With Rowe as a reliable guide who has both been on the journey and shown others the way forward, you will find a safe pathway to resilience.