Book Review

A Quiet Knowing: Devotional Thoughts for Troubled Times by GiGi Graham with Ruth Bell Graham

A soothing and comforting book to read in troubled times, A Quiet Knowing: Devotional Thoughts for Troubled Times by Gigi Graham Tchividjia with Ruth Bell Graham, is a devotional with poetry and narrative that address different difficult things people often find themselves going through. The author uses her own life experiences and those of her… Continue reading A Quiet Knowing: Devotional Thoughts for Troubled Times by GiGi Graham with Ruth Bell Graham

Book Review

Effective Biblical Counseling By Larry Crabb

Larry Crabb’s book, Effective Biblical Counseling, is the best resource for anyone interested in counseling in a Christian context, including those who minister to people in a church setting or ministry. The author explains why Biblical counseling can be so confusing today as counselors are pulling from different secular sources without stopping to think about… Continue reading Effective Biblical Counseling By Larry Crabb

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I’m Ok, You’re Ok By Thomas A. Harris, M.D.

In this psychoanalytical theory resource, I’m OK-You’re Ok, Thomas A. Harris, M.D. explains his approach to theory of psychology. The theory is rooted in psychoanalysis and deals with grouping people into four categories of how they approach the world dealing with “okayness”. This isn’t as strong an approach as Freud, but there are a lot… Continue reading I’m Ok, You’re Ok By Thomas A. Harris, M.D.