Cultivating Health


How can God transform not only our relationships but our emotions as well?

Cultivating health in our personal lives and relationships often seems out of reach because many of us haven’t seen this kind of health modeled or been taught how to achieve it.

Here are biblically and psychologically sound ways to deal with real-life situations, including: how to listen and communicate more eectively; how to be angry without sinning; how to renew our minds and transform our actions by choosing our thoughts; and how to stop worrying and lower anxiety despite our circumstances. As we cultivate personal health, our relationships are transformed as well, and interpersonal guidance is provided on topics that affect us all.

Cultivating Health and Transforming Relationships integrates the practical insights of psychology and counseling with the wisdom of Scripture, which gives us the guidance we need to become healthy. Join us on this healing journey as we learn how to become healthy people with transformed relationships by the power of God.


211 Pages


Light and Life Publishing




March 2016



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