Some Resources for Living The Good Life

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I came across some resources for building and maintaining a good life. I don’t have time today to review any of these in depth, but thought I’d pass these titles along to you. To me, they are worth spending time on.

  1. I just finished reading Crash The Chatterbox by Steven Furtick. The subtitle is “Hearing God’s Voice Above All Others”. The chatterbox Pastor Furtick refers to specializes in “trash talk” of fear, insecurity, condemnation, and discouragement in our minds. The author shows (in a conversational tone) how to fight back and gain the upper hand in the battle. We don’t have to remain a victim!
  2. The Armor of God Bible study series from Priscilla Shirer. I became familiar with this through a small-group study at a local church. We watched the DVD and read and discussed the workbook. Priscilla is an excellent communicator. This study deals with similar material to Crash The Chatterbox. 
  3. Letting God Meet Your Emotional Needs by Cindi McMenamin aims specifically at women, urging them to give their emotional needs to God, the only One Who can really meet them entirely, rather than their husbands. When a wife does this, the husband doesn’t feel the burden to do so, and the marriage goes smoother.

Each of these resources is worthy of a careful read. I plan to reread all of them; they are that valuable.

P. Booher

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