Tuesday, December 13, 2011

What Do You Think of Me? Why Do I Care? by Edward T. Welch

Are you looking for the answers to the big questions in life?

Perhaps Edward Welch can help you navigate to the answers in this book. Inside he talks about peer pressure, codependency, shame, low self-esteem and many other identity issues for people in their teens and twenties.

Welch takes a biblically psychological approach to most of life's difficult questions. This may put readers ill at ease to start with, but by the third chapter, you'll understand that Welch maintains God within his profession.

This book includes questions for group or individual study to help you uncover your own personalized questions.

Broken into five parts, which are:

The Problem, where we learn about the big issue
The Heart of the Matter, where you dig into the background issues
Who is God, which is exactly what it sounds like
Who am I?, deals with identity issues
Who are They?, is all about those around your sphere of influence.

Don't let the biblical or psychological aspects scare you away. Try this book out if you have been asking these questions.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by New Growth Press.

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