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Hope When You're Hurting

Answers to Four Questions Hurting People Ask

Author Dan B. Allender & Larry Crabb
Narrator Jay Charles, Larry Crabb, & Dan Allender
Runtime 2.0 Hrs. - Abridged
Publisher Zondervan
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Release Date November 19, 2003
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)
In Hope When You're Hurting, Drs. Larry Crabb and Dan Allender consider four key questions hurting people ask: What's wrong? Who can help? What will the helper do? And, What can I hope for? In answering these questions, Crabb and Allender shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of different counseling models. They consider the psychological, medical, and spiritual aspects of emotional pain. They examine the role of the church as a vital agent for restoration and growth. And most important, they offer guidance, choices, and hope for people struggling with spiritual and emotional pain. 'A thought-provoking book. It calls us to the restorative power of a healing Christian community.' - Gary Smalley, President of Today's Family ' . . . a good and deep book.' - Siang-Yang Tan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary

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In Hope When You're Hurting, Drs. Larry Crabb and Dan Allender consider four key questions hurting people ask: What's wrong? Who can help? What will the helper do? And, What can I hope for? In answering these questions, Crabb and Allender shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of different counseling models. They consider the psychological, medical, and spiritual aspects of emotional pain. They examine the role of the church as a vital agent for restoration and growth. And most important, they offer guidance, choices, and hope for people struggling with spiritual and emotional pain. 'A thought-provoking book. It calls us to the restorative power of a healing Christian community.' - Gary Smalley, President of Today's Family ' . . . a good and deep book.' - Siang-Yang Tan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary