A counselor walks readers through five clear steps to a deeper Christian
You Know It in Your Head. Now Let It Live in Your Heart.
Despite the abundant availability of both self-help books and Bible study materials, many of us find it difficult to apply what we learn--to make that long head-to-heart journey of change. When our responses to life's daily trials lack the Christian maturity we desire, we see with frustrating clarity just how far we have to go. Is it possible to achieve a deeper, more permanent change of heart?
Discover the Transforming TRUTH Principle That Could Change Your Life.
Now, through a practical, simple-to-understand and easy-to-remember model, you can begin to--
Gain a new perspective on the Troubles God allows in your life.
Come to better understand your Response to those trials.
Discover the Underlying idols that hamper your efforts to change.
Learn how to discern the Truth of God's Word.
Begin to develop the Heart response that will draw you closer to God.
Come on a journey of personal growth and spiritual discovery as your heart is drawn back to a central tenet of the gospel: Truth isn't something you learn, but Someone you know. And the Truth will set you free.
About Leslie Vernick
Leslie Vernick, dcsw, acsw, lcsw, is a licensed clinical social worker who has her own private counseling practice and more than twenty years of experience counseling individuals and families from a biblical world view. She is a popular speaker for women's groups, couple's retreats, and professional seminars, and the author of How to Live Right When Your Life Goes Wrong, How to Act Right When Your Spouse Acts Wrong and How to Find Selfless Joy in a Me-First World. Leslie and her husband live in Pennsylvania.
"This book is a rare gift to those of us who long to live lives that are pleasing to God and yet struggle to know how to do that on a daily basis. Leslie calls us back to a life lived in vulnerable honesty with ourselvs, with God, and our world." -- Shelia Walsh author, speaker, and vocalist
How to Live Right When Your Life Goes Wrong by Leslie Vernick