Two As One

Author: Ryan Frederick
ISBN: 9780997471304
Size: 39.15 MB
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Draw closer to God and your spouse through 30 daily devotions brought to life with vivid imagery and practical application.

Two Are Better Than One

Author: Greg Gorman
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLC
ISBN: 1424551455
Size: 76.18 MB
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What is God's specific big idea for your marriage? You and your spouse are as unique as God is creative. He designed you with distinction. His fingerprints are all over your lives. The day you married, God joined you for a purpose and destined you, together, for greatness. But what causes some couples to thrive and others to merely survive in marriage? Is your marriage purpose-focused or problem–focused? In Two Are Better than One, Greg and Julie Gorman share exhilarating insights and hands-on resources to lead you on an exciting journey of discovering God’s plan for your marriage. When fully embraced by both husband and wife, these truths will heal, restore, and deepen intimacy in every marriage. Yes, in every marriage, no matter the condition of the relationship. You'll laugh at their fresh twist on some of your favorite Bible heroes and be surprised by many aha moments as they provide the pathway to uncover God's big idea for your marriage. Join the movement (#marriedforapurpose) and experience the powerful truth that two are better than one.

The Sure Cure For Worry

Author: Kent Crockett
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441261613
Size: 29.23 MB
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What Is the Key to Living without Fear? As you look ahead to tomorrow, it is hard not to worry--about financial pressures, family issues, problems at work and so much more. You may even feel helpless as worry threatens to drain your life of joy. But there is good news. "We must keep trusting God, even when the world looks out of control, knowing that He is in charge and will take care of every situation that worries us." Bestselling author Kent Crockett explains how God can guide you, even now, along His chosen path, without your realizing it--from the circumstances you face to the people you meet--to accomplish His plan. Crockett reveals the two necessities that enable you to face the future without fear: believing that God is in control and learning to let Him guide you. The Sure Cure for Worry helps you to do both so you can live one day at a time, release your problems to God and live life to the fullest.

The Communicating Marriage

Author: Focus on the Family
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
ISBN: 9780830733590
Size: 47.31 MB
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The theme of this study is “What constitutes healthy communication within a marriage relationship? This four session Bible study will tour through the importance of (1) expressing love openly, (2) dealing with honesty problems, (3) expressing emotions appropriately and finally (4) remembering the past and dreaming for the future.

Thirty Day Marriage Makeover

Author: Doug Weiss
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 161638140X
Size: 18.41 MB
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Based on principles from his bestselling book," Intimacy," Dr. Weiss offers30 daily teachings for married Christian couples. (Relationships)

I Love You Unconditionally On One Condition

Author: Joey O'Connor
Publisher: Fleming H Revell Company
ISBN: 9780800759025
Size: 46.70 MB
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Love is patient . . . as long as you pick up the dirty towel you left on the floor now. Love is kind . . . unless you make one more comment about how long the grass is getting. Love keeps no record of wrongs . . . except for that Christmas you humiliated me in front of your mother. Everyone wants to be loved unconditionally in marriage. But all too often, the conditions we create and the unrealistic expectations we place on our spouses rapidly cause that dream to fade. Soon we find ourselves sarcastic instead of sympathetic, condemning instead of compassionate, and far from that match made in heaven. Packed with hilarious anecdotes and thoughtful insights, I Love you Unconditionally . . . On One Condition reveals that although marriages have their mountaintop moments, we spend most of our time in the valley of everyday living. Using 1 Corinthians 13, Joey O'Connor offers fresh insights into the marvelous, messy, and often mundane moments of married life.

Fdny Crisis Counseling

Author: Paul Greene
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471714255
Size: 13.80 MB
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Advance praise for FDNY Crisis Counseling "This riveting book . . . underscores the need for creativity, modesty, clinical acumen and cultural sensitivity in response to trauma. One ends up in awe both of the lost and surviving firefighters and their courageous families. And the reader emerges with a profound respect for the extraordinary CSU staff who literally came to their rescue." --Paul A. Kurzman, PhD, ACSW, Professor and Chair of Work, Employment, and Rehabilitation Programs at the Hunter College School of Social Work of the City University of New York "This remarkable book comprises a major contribution to the crisis treatment literature. Overall, many will benefit from this careful, well documented explication of an approach to disaster counseling over time." --Katherine Shear, MD, Professor of Psychiatry in Social Work, Columbia University School of Social Work Developing and implementing effective crisis counseling techniques in response to mass trauma Shortly after the September 11th attacks, as the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) started their recovery work in the ruins of the World Trade Center, a large-scale mental health response within the FDNY swung into action, initiated by staff in the department's Counseling Services Unit (CSU). FDNY Crisis Counseling: Innovative Responses to 9/11 Firefighters, Families, and Communities tells the story of this ongoing response from the perspective of those who put it into practice. Using narrative, case studies, and other real-world examples, this unique new resource lays out a roadmap for applying innovative approaches to disaster response and the prevention of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. The pioneering efforts of the CSU present a model for all mental health professionals working with organizations, communities, individuals, and families. * A brief history of the CSU * FDNY culture and the impact of 9/11 * Shaping services to meet 9/11 needs * Providing help to families, including widows and children * Partnering with other agencies and cargivers to deliver services