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TACKLING MENTAL ILLNESS TOGETHER

Revolutionise the way you care for mental illness in your congregation and community - you don't need to be an expert to make a difference. How do we care for wisely, intelligently and compassionately with those who suffer from mental illness? Can we really make a difference if we aren’t professionals? Is it possible to discern between bad behaviour due to illness and that caused by sin? Discover how your church can become a safe, encouraging and healing place. The next-best thing to spending a week shadowing Professor Thomas. Sinclair Ferguson Rational, readable and relevant, this book confirms that all involved in pastoral work can help tackle mental illness. Andrew Fergusson The go-to resource for those who want to know more: the wisdom of reliable clinical experience laced with academic rigour and good common sense, all grounded in God’s word. I recommend it highly. Glynn Harrison Empowers us all to play our part. Debbie Hawker An accessible, practical, sensible and biblically grounded resource to help us navigate this challenging terrain. Sharon James
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AuthorTHOMAS ALAN
Pub Date01/11/2017
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A Biblical and Practical Approach by Alan Thomas
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  • ISBN 9781783595594
  • Author THOMAS ALAN
  • Pub Date 01/11/2017
Revolutionise the way you care for mental illness in your congregation and community - you don't need to be an expert to make a difference. How do we care for wisely, intelligently and compassionately with those who suffer from mental illness? Can we really make a difference if we aren’t professionals? Is it possible to discern between bad behaviour due to illness and that caused by sin? Discover how your church can become a safe, encouraging and healing place. The next-best thing to spending a week shadowing Professor Thomas. Sinclair Ferguson Rational, readable and relevant, this book confirms that all involved in pastoral work can help tackle mental illness. Andrew Fergusson The go-to resource for those who want to know more: the wisdom of reliable clinical experience laced with academic rigour and good common sense, all grounded in God’s word. I recommend it highly. Glynn Harrison Empowers us all to play our part. Debbie Hawker An accessible, practical, sensible and biblically grounded resource to help us navigate this challenging terrain. Sharon James