The Life Recovery Workbook: A Biblical Guide Through the 12 Steps

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2007 - Religion - 115 pages
As a complement to The Life Recovery Bible (more than 800,000 copies sold), The Life Recovery Workbook leads the recovering addict into reflection and practical application. By placing the 12 steps of recovery into a firm biblical context, the workbook brings scriptural principles into personal focus. Contemporary “Recovery Profiles,” expanded descriptions of each of the 12 steps, and open-ended questions work in unison with The Life Recovery Bible. Far more than just teaching about the 12 steps, the workbook is a guide to an in-depth working of the steps, making the principles of recovery come alive for “one day at a time” living.
 

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User Review  - Daisy - Christianbook.com

This is a great idea having the workbook as well as the Bible! It helps me to see the areas I still need to work on! Read full review

Review: The Life Recovery Workbook: A Biblical Guide Through the 12 Steps

User Review  - jayceedix - Christianbook.com

Absolutely excellent! I use it to encourage others to study the Recovery Bible, which has always been a great resource for recovering people. The workbook offers easy to follow suggestions, raises ... Read full review

Contents

First chapter
1
Conclusion
112

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About the author (2007)

David Stoop is a clinical psychologist and author. He earned his master's in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and a doctorate from the University of Southern California. He founded the Center for Family Therapy in Newport Beach, California. He is also an adjunct professor at Fuller Seminary and a member of the executive board of the American Association of Christian Counselors. His book titles include You are What You Think, The Life Recovery Workbook: A Biblical Guide Through the Twelve Steps, Forgiving the Unforgivable, and Rethink How You Think: How to Create Lasting Change Today.

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