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(Un)ashamed: Christ's Transforming Hope for Rape Victims

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(Un)ashamed: Christ's Transforming Hope for Rape Victims: What Others Are Saying

Written with an unusual and refreshing depth of understanding, compassion, and biblical wisdom, this book is a gift to Christian women (and men), counselors, and church leaders. Anne Dryburgh effectively dispels myths surrounding rape, shows how the Bible honestly addresses this unspeakable form of violence, and gives the reader an important understanding of its life-altering effects. Best of all, the author gives spiritual friends an example of how to bring gospel hope and help to victims by directing them to the stabilizing character of God and the newfound freedom and identity found in Jesus Christ alone. (Un)ashamed is available  here  

Top 20 Biblical Counselling Books 2020

 Bob Kellemen has compiled a list of the top 20 biblical counselling books for 2020: You can access the list  here

Caring for the Souls of Children

  If a young child came to you for counsel, how would you help them? Do children need a different kind of advice than a teenager or an adult? Caring for the Souls of Children’s   core thesis is that their struggles, desires, and hopes are no different than adults’. Children struggle with the same desires as adults, are lured by the same lies adults fall prey to, and find hope in the same source as adults find hope. The first part of the book explains foundation and methodological issues involved when counseling children. This includes key elements when counseling and an awareness of the stages of childhood development. Part two addresses specific counseling issues that children face. These issues are in relationships, emotions, their bodies, and trauma. Given the nature of the book, it is only possible to briefly address each of these areas. Caring for the Soul’s of Children is an excellent starting point to address the issues children face and how to counsel them biblically 

Grief is an Exhausting Journey

Paul Tautges shares: On December 14, 2019, our sixth grandchild was born. The thirty-one weeks of life she enjoyed in the safety of her mother’s womb continued for about forty-five minutes after birth. Then she was escorted into the arms of her Creator and Savior. The death of a loved one—even when it is expected—can take the wind out of your sails. Grief is exhausting.  Read more

Het proces van bijbelse verandering

Heb je ooit de indruk gehad dat je vast zat in je leven, dat je wist dat er verandering nodig was maar niet wist hoe? In dit boek, legt Dr. Julie Ganschow op een heel praktische manier uit hoe de Heer in onze harten werkt en hoe we de nodige veranderingen kunnen ervaren. Te verkrijgen  hier

A Small Book for the Hurting Heart

In this book, Paul Tautges pastorally guides the reader to who God is in their suffering. He writes 50 devotions, focusing on the Trinity, in which he gently teaches the reader about who God is in their suffering and how they can know him in it. The book can be found  here