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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Exceptional Life



Best selling author, Stephen Arterburn, has written a new book geared towards readers who might be hanging on to something they need to let go of.  Whether it be guilt, shame, resentment, fear, anger, addiction, etc., Stephen’s book gives 8 powerful steps on how to move forward and into the life that God intends for His children.

At the end of each chapter, there are discussion questions that the reader can do alone, or as part of small group studying this book. Topics covered include: addiction, isolation, fear, anger, instant gratification, learned helplessness, guilt, shame and more. 

After many years of counseling a variety of people, this book was born from the author’s professional experience that typically any dysfunction can be traced back to one of the eight steps he shares in this book. Each chapter covers what needs to be given up, why it needs to be given up, and how readers go about making the change.   Stephen also includes the benefit and blessing of what happens when you give up a harmful stronghold in your life and exchange it for a “God” thing.   This book covers the practical, spiritual and psychological realms and offers professional advice from a Christian stand-point.

From The Back Of The Book:

Popular author, speaker, and talk radio host Stephen Arterburn identifies eight roadblocks to living the life you've always wanted, including guilt and shame, resentment, fear, anger, or isolation. Candidly sharing his own story of setbacks, mistakes, and disappointments--and ultimately how he overcame them--he helps you identify the things that are holding you back. With wisdom and insight, Arterburn also provides easy-to-follow steps that will help you tear down the negative barriers in your life, resulting in a life of hope, love, trust, forgiveness, connection, and so much more.


Purchase your copy here



Disclosure of Material Connection:

I received this book free from Bethany House Publishers.  I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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