Find Strength In Your Struggle

Find Strength In Your Struggle

by Dr. H. Jean Wright II

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Overview

Life Happens! And When It Does, God Does His Greatest Work
Our world is becoming increasingly violent and troubled, marked by countless natural and manmade disasters, and life crises: tsunamis, earthquakes, terrorist mass killings, wars, job insecurity, financial struggles, and more. In response to the chaos and confusion, an ever- increasing number of us are suffering physically, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually, trying to survive the daily grind of hectic lives. In such times, it is vital that our faith "not rest on human wisdom, but on Gods power" (1 Cor. 2:5).
In Find Strength in Your Struggle: Discover the Miracle in You:?-Discover how to place your faith firmly in God in the midst of even life's worst tests, trials,
and tragedies, and see God do His greatest work in you!
-Learn ways to manage stress and anxiety and maintain healthy emotional, psychological, behavioral, and spiritual functioning.
-Explore the connection between spirituality and physical health, emotional well-being, and positive mental strength and resilience.
In Find Strength in Your Struggle: Discover the Miracle in You, you will learn that God created you to thrive, not just survive. You will deepen your faith in God, and trust that He has given you all you need to overcome any and every adversity life throws at you. You will find new depths of peace, joy, and personal power. Allow God to do His best work in you, today.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151352437
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 04/16/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 298
File size: 875 KB

About the Author

Dr. H. Jean Wright II, professional training is in clinical and forensic psychology. His points of interest and specialties include human behavior across the lifespan, group dynamics, children and youth, cross-system collaboration between behavioral health systems and justice systems, justice-involved people in recovery with severe mental health and co-occurring challenges, and dynamics of psychosocial relationships. Most of Dr. Wright’s experience in these areas comes from private practice, government relations, administration, university, rehabilitation and correction settings, and community behavioral health work. Dr. Wright lives in the city of Philadelphia with his wife and their son.

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