Regret-free Living: Hope For Past Mistakes And Freedom From Unhealthy Patterns
what Do You Regret?
everyone Wants Strong, Healthy Relationships, But Most People Have Broken Relationships And Past Mistakes That Drag Them Down. Perhaps You Can Identify. If So, Christian Counselor And Author Stephen Arterburn, The Radio Host Of New Life Live!, Shows That You Don't Need To Stay Stuck In Regret And Debilitating Guilt.
with Grace And Transparency, He Shares Some Of His Biggest Regrets And How He Has Learned Both To Live Beyond Them And Allow God To Use Them. Arterburn Likewise Offers You The Same Opportunity: To Make Peace With Your Past And Move Forward In Emotional And Spiritual Freedom. Here Is A Clear, Proven Decision-making Process That Will Help You Make The Best Choices For Your Life--allowing You To Put Your Regrets To Rest For Good.
arterburn, Author Of 60-plus Books, This Times Turns His Heart And Mind To Helping Readers Deal With Regret, “one Of The Biggest Inhibitors To Living The Life God Most Wants You To Live.” He Readily Admits His Own Regrets (girlfriend's Terminated Pregnancy, Failed Marriage) As He Honestly And Pointedly Guides Readers Toward A Life Of Peace, Patience And Self-control. Arterburn First Addresses The Signs Of An Unhealthy Relationship, Moves On To How To Admit The Need For Help And Then To Acknowledge One's Own Part In Problems. His Trademark Humor And Honesty Make The Responsibility Pill Easier To Swallow As He Leads Readers Toward Knowing How To Withdraw From Conflict, Keep Dignity Intact And Get Rid Of Baggage Of The Past. Forgiveness, Says Arterburn, Is “the Essential Ingredient To Living A Regret-free Life,” And He Coaches Readers On How To Reach That Point. Arterburn Fans New And Longtime Will Find More Useful Life Lessons Here, Always Pointing To God, Who Is “showing Us Our Path Along A Magnificent, God-centered, Regret-free Life.” (oct.)
Authors : John Shore, Stephen Arterburn
Publisher : Bethany House
Published Year : 2009
Format : Hardcover, 240 pages
ISBN : 0764204246
ISBN13 : 9780764204241