Life's Healing Choices: Freedom from Your Hurts, Hang-ups, and Habits
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Happiness and Healing are yours for the choosing. We've all been hurt by other people, we've hurt ourselves, and we've hurt others. And as a result, every single one of us ends up with some sort of hurt , hang-up , or habit. But the question we all face is, Where do we go from here? Life's Healing Choices offers freedom from our hurts, hang-ups, and habits through eight healing choices that promise true happiness and life transformation. In addition to practical, encouraging biblical teaching, each chapter includes two real-life stories of men and women whose lives have been transformed by living out the eight choices in this book. Through making each of these choices, you too will find God's pathway to wholeness, growth, spiritual maturity, happiness, and healing.
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A pastor of the same Saddleback Church that's famous for bestselling author Rick Warren who provides the foreword , Baker designs an eight-step Christian recovery program geared toward enjoying spiritual freedom from hurts, hangups and bad habits. Baker's book is based on Warren's sermon series Road to Recovery, which has been tested in the lives of more than , people in 10, churches. Baker's eight steps to spiritual freedom admitting need, getting help, letting go, coming clean, making changes, repairing relationships, maintaining momentum and recycling pain promise to help Christians overcome many kinds of addictive behaviors. Baker likens them to AA's step program, but clarifies that Christ is the source of lasting change. He writes that as believers refuse to admit their powerlessness to overcome tendencies to do wrong, their lives are fraught with fear, frustration, fatigue and failure. The cure?