Praying Through Life’s Problems

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A book review of Praying Through Life’s Problems feat. Stormie Omartian, Joni Eareckson Tada, Leslie Vernick, Catherine Hart Weber, Jospeh and Mary Ann Mayo, Linda S. Mintle and Diane Langberg.

A book review of Praying Through Life's Problems feat. Stormie Omartian, Joni Eareckson Tada, Leslie Vernick, Catherine Hart Weber, Jospeh and Mary Ann Mayo, Linda S. Mintle and Diane LangbergStars: ***

American Association of Christian Counsellors (2003)
Christian Living/Practical Life/Women
176 pages

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Summary: Jonie Eareckson Tada, Stormie Omartian, Leslie Vernick, Catherine Hart Weber, Joseph and Mary Ann Mayo, Linda S. Mintle and Diane Langberg impart time-honored wisdom on joyous living in spite of difficult circumstances. 

 

 

Praying Through Life’s Problems

Each author has their own chapter where they share personal stories and information on certain topics. Topics covered include praying through life’s problems, living beyond your circumstances, handling conflict, overcoming depression, dealing with life’s changes, body image and eating disorders and healing from sexual abuse.

Overall the advice was good but I’m not sure the chapter on depression and sexual abuse needed all the information on what depression or abuse is. Someone who is going through that probabl already knows what they are suffering from and just want Christian advice on how to deal with it.

I think the first set of advice on Praying Through Life’s Problems by Stormie Omartian was the best. She gives a set of 10 ways to pray during difficult times which are more than just the obvious: “Please take my pain/problem away.”

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