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    Wired for Intimacy

    How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brain

    by William M. Struthers

    Neuroscientist and researcher William Struthers explains how pornography affects the male brain and what we can do about it. Exposing false assumptions, casting a vision for a redeemed masculinity and offering insights for both married and single men alike, this book offers hope for freedom from pornography and sanctification in our bodies.

    Introductory Introductory
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    Marriage at the Crossroads

    Couples in Conversation About Discipleship, Gender Roles, Decision Making and Intimacy

    by Aída Besançon Spencer, William David Spencer, Steven Tracy, and Celestia Tracy

    In this unique book Aída and William Spencer and Steve and Celestia Tracy, two couples from the differing perspectives of egalitarianism and soft complementarianism, share a constructive dialogue about marriage in practice. They cover a variety of topics like marriage discipleship, headship and submission, roles and decision-making, and intimacy in marriage.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    A Model for Marriage

    Covenant, Grace, Empowerment and Intimacy

    by Jack O. Balswick and Judith K. Balswick

    Jack and Judy Balswick offer a vision of marriage that is both profoundly spiritual and thoroughly practical for the twenty-first century.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    Divorce and Remarriage in the Church

    Biblical Solutions for Pastoral Realities

    by David Instone-Brewer

    Divorce and remarriage are major pastoral issues facing every church. Yet when we turn to Scripture for guidance, we often hear conflicting messages about its teachings. David Instone-Brewer shows how the New Testament provides faithful, realistic and wise guidance of crucial importance and practical help for the church today.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    A Just Forgiveness

    Responsible Healing Without Excusing Injustice

    by Everett L. Worthington Jr.

    Christian faith calls for forgiveness and mercy. But how can Christians forgive without excusing wrongdoing? Psychologist and leading forgiveness researcher Everett Worthington gives Christian foundations for understanding just forgiveness and dealing with wrongdoers in this comprehensive guide which offers practical resources for both individuals and communities.

    Introductory Introductory
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    Forgiving and Reconciling

    Bridges to Wholeness and Hope

    by Everett L. Worthington Jr.

    God calls us to forgive those who have hurt us, but that's often easier said than done. Combining insights from his professional research and personal experience, Everett L. Worthington, Jr. shows what it takes (intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, and relationally) to move toward and beyond forgiveness and to cross the bridge to reconciliation.

    Introductory Introductory
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    When Life Goes Dark

    Finding Hope in the Midst of Depression

    by Richard Winter

    Psychiatrist and theologian Richard Winter explores the complex issues surrounding depression. He sorts through scientific research, dispels common misunderstandings and looks at how biblical characters experienced despair. Here is help for all those who find themselves, loved ones or those they counsel vulnerable to depression.

    Introductory Introductory
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    Christian Counseling Ethics

    A Handbook for Psychologists, Therapists and Pastors

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    Edited by Randolph K. Sanders

    Editor Randolph K. Sanders assembles a team of scholar-practitioners to forge a comprehensive ethical approach to Christian counseling. Christian psychotherapists, pastors and others in the counseling profession will find here a ready resource for a wide array of contemporary clinical scenarios.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    Preventing Suicide

    A Handbook for Pastors, Chaplains and Pastoral Counselors

    by Karen Mason

    Many pastors, chaplains and pastoral counselors play a vital role as agents of hope to people who are struggling, but most of them feel overwhelmed and unprepared to prevent suicides. Informed by her work as a psychologist, Karen Mason's guide to suicide prevention is an essential resource for proactive pastors.

    Introductory Introductory
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    Sin and Grace in Christian Counseling

    An Integrative Paradigm

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    by Mark R. McMinn

    Pitfalls in Christian counseling include either emphasizing sin at the expense of grace or grace at the expense of sin. Mark R. McMinn seeks to overcome these exaggerations and enable all those in the helping professions see the proper understanding and place of both sin and God's grace in the Christian counseling process.

    Intermediate Intermediate

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