I want to help others with Depression. I struggle with it myself.
People don’t just want a pill to take, a slap on the back and a ‘You’ll be fine’.
They want easy to understand advice and support.
The answer is not to ‘have more faith’, ‘try harder’ or ‘just memorise these verses’ is it?
How many times have I heard people relate this back to me? They question their faith and wonder what they have done wrong.
Under feelings of guilt and shame, they wonder ‘Is God punishing me’?
Perhaps you, or someone you know, has a struggle with Depression.
You want to incorporate faith and spirituality into the process of recovery.
Over the years I have gleaned material that has helped many people in their recovery from Depression.
Advice that is not technical and is easy to read.
So here’s a brief rundown of what I have to share with you.
- Biblical characters and others with Depression
- Myths about Depression
- Causes of Depression
- How to Capture your Thoughts
- The Importance of your Behaviours
- How to form Healthy Habits
- What God wants to do in your Heart.
- What Jesus taught on Stress
- Lots of Practical Advice
- 54 pages
- 12000 words
Thank you for your eBook. I have to confess, I was sceptical at first. Having battled depression for many years, I have often been made to feel as if I were in some how failing as a Christian for not being relentlessly ‘joyful’. I have heard sermons and read books which have been both patronising and ignorant of the true nature of depression.
Thank you for producing a fantastic tool, which not only acknowledges the validity of depression, but practically and biblically seeks to address it. I found it incredibly helpful to be reminded of people such as Elijah and Corrie ten Boom, who God worked through in incredible ways. I would absolutely recommend your book, and will be reading through it again.
Would you like to read a section? Here is a link to the first chapter. Enjoy.
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