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Spurgeon S Sorrows

Author: Zack Eswine
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
ISBN: 9781781915387
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"Printed in 2014, reprinted 2015 by Christian Focus Publications Ltd."--Title page verso.

When Life Goes Dark

Author: Richard Winter
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830869980
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Depression strikes millions, across all ages and demographic groups. Approximately one in eight will have a severe depressive episode at some point in their life. Women experience depression twice as often as men. And over fifty percent of people with serious depression do not get adequate help. What can be done? Psychiatrist and theologian Richard Winter explores the complex medical and psychological issues surrounding depression. He sorts through recent scientific research on its biochemical and genetic causes and examines social and cultural factors. Winter also dispels common Christian misunderstandings of depression and looks at how biblical characters experienced severe despair. Throughout he offers ways to help the suffering. Even in the shadow of the valley of death, there is hope for healing and deliverance. This book is a helpful guide for those who find themselves, their loved ones or those they counsel vulnerable to depression. Find here a framework both for understanding depression and for rediscovering hope.

Christians Get Depressed Too

Author: David P. Murray
ISBN: 9781601781000
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Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don¿t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting that Christians do get depressed! He explains why and how Christians should study depression, what depression is, and the approaches caregivers, pastors, and churches can take to help those who are suffering from it. With clarity and wise biblical insight, Dr. Murray offers help and hope to those suffering from depression, the family members and friends who care for them, and pastors ministering to these wounded members of their flock.

I M Not Supposed To Feel Like This

Author: Chris Williams
Publisher: Hodder Faith
ISBN: 9780340786390
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Depression is so common that it has been described as 'the common cold of psychiatry'. It is particularly difficult for Christians - there is often a feeling that Christians 'shouldn't' get depressed, and that it and anxiety are the result of a poor or damaged relationship with God. I'M NOT SUPPOSED TO FEEL LIKE THIS is an empowering and practical response to such common feelings. In the style of a workbook, with constant reference to the Bible, and the example of Jesus, it helps the reader to understand why they feel the way they do, and to draw on God's love and grace to find a path through depression and anxiety. The authors are all Christians, and experienced counsellors and psychiatrists.

The Imperfect Pastor

Author: Zack Eswine
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433549360
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Dear Pastor, Desire burns within you. You’ve trained and dreamt of doing large things in famous ways as fast as you can for God's glory. But pastoral work keeps requiring your surrender to small, mostly overlooked things over long periods of time. You stand at a crossroads. Jesus stands with you. You were never meant to know everything, fix everything, and be everywhere at once. That's his job, not yours. So what now? Let the apprenticeship begin.

If I M A Christian Why Am I Depressed

Author: Robert B. Somerville
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781498407779
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The author shares his faith-based insights and perspective on acknowledging and managing depression, using his own experiences with depression and those of other men and women of faith throughout history as illustration.

Kindled Fire

Author: Zack Eswine
Publisher: Mentor
ISBN: 9781845501174
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What would it have been like to sit in Spurgeon's classes? The purpose of this book is to enable preachers to "apprentice" with Spurgeon for a season in order to learn from him about preaching. Such an internship will prove valuable for contributing to preachers as they mine resources for gospel relevance and power in the 21st Century.

When The Darkness Will Not Lift

Author: John Piper
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1581348762
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John Piper examines depression from a spiritual perspective, guiding and encouraging those for whom joy seems to stay out of reach.

Studies In Proverbs

Author: Steve Bloem
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780825421181
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Mental illness is often much more subtle than we imagine . . . and much more prevalent. This book is a deeply personal, yet practical, book for Christians who are clinically depressed or have been diagnosed with a mental illness.

Sensing Jesus

Author: Zack Eswine
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433520990
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This is a book about the behind-the-scenes reality of a life in ministry. It tells you what Zack Eswine wishes somebody else would’ve told him. With over 20 years of experience in ministry, Zack shares with incredible honesty about his own failures, burnout, and pain, all the while addressing the complexities of leadership decisions, church discipline, family dynamics, and so on. Presenting sound pastoral theology couched in autobiographical musings and powerful prose, this book offers a fresh and biblically faithful approach to the care of souls, including your own.