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Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain Uncover the Hidden Potential in Life's Most Common Struggles

By Paul Meier M.D. and David Livingstone Henderson M.D.
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.04 Stars

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On 10/31 Judy Joyce wrote: This book, by two psychologists, take on the topic of finding purpose in our pain by not only utilizing their skillsets as practicing professionals but also by turning to God for comfort. Their practices are not only based on educational scripts and professional experience but also on taking the Bible, ... Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain by Paul Meier & David Henderson Book Review

Judy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/29 Alex Sofet wrote:      In “Finding Purpose Beyond our Pain” I was slightly disappointed. Psychiatrists Paul Meier and David Henderson explain ways of getting through our pain. They used biblical versus to show how pain is something that’s not god or bad and tell that every person has gone through pain before. Their ways of getting through the ... Finding Purpose Beyond our Pain

Alex 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/29 lynette355 wrote: I hate suffering from depression. It tangles me up in knots and causes great anguish in my life. And when I spend as much time alone as so often happens then I can fall into depression very quick. Then I question why this is happening to me.I am sure you have been there before. Wondering if your ... Finding Purpose beyond our Pain

lynette355's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/29 Janet Reeves wrote: This is one of those rare books that I just want to go out and purchase several copies of to give to people I know. The pages were overflowing with helpful and encouraging information. As I went about my days after reading portions from the book, I found myself, several times, recalling passages to apply ... Book Review: Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

Janet's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/27 Birdie wrote: Ever wonder why God puts you through so much pain if He loves you so much? Then its time to snuggle under the covers and crack open the crisp pages of "Finding Purpose Beyond our Pain." Paul Meier and David Henderson offers vital insight that will help any reader shed a new perspective on life's harsh ... Finding Purpose Beyond our Pain by Paul Meier & David Henderson

Birdie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/27 Elizabeth Kelso wrote: Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain Uncover the Hidden Potential in Life's Most Common Strugglesby Paul Meier M.D. and David Livingstone Henderson M.D.The title of the introduction chapter is entitled: The Light Beyond Our Seven Universal Struggles. Each subsequent chapter deals with the struggles that all ... Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain - Book Review

Elizabeth's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/22 Jenni Baier wrote: Pain is inevitable… but it doesn’t have to be permanent. This book walks the reader through seven universal struggles that cause pain: Injustice, Rejection, Loneliness, Loss, Discipline, Failure, and Death. The authors share stories from their own lives, as well as other examples of individuals ... Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain by Paul Meier and David L Henderson

Jenni's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/22 Mary Hollingsworth wrote: It was my honor to edit this excellent book by Drs. Paul Meier (founder of the famous Meier Clinics) and David Henderson (psychiatrist and professor of biblical counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary). And I found it refreshingly different and insightful in its approach to dealing with pain compared ... Embracing God's Purposes for Your Pain

Mary's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/21 dadofdivas wrote: Within this book, Drs. Paul Meier and David Henderson work hard to bring the reader beyond the surface to examine God's hand in the struggles that all of us deal with on a daily basis. They even challenge us to move beyond the pain to see what the underlying meaning behind the pain may be and what God ... Finding Peace Through Pain

dadofdivas' Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/16 Will Norrid wrote: In Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain, Drs. Paul Meier and David Henderson attempt to add to the conversation regarding God’s hand in the refining work of pain in our lives. Pain, they insist, is not always a bad thing, and in fact, maybe be the warning sign that motivates us to make much needed emotional ... Not too deep, not too bad

Will's Rating:

3 Stars