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Books:
Individual Growth:

  1. Connecting, by Larry Crabb 
  2. Life’s Healing Choices:  Freedom from your Hurts, Hang-ups, and Habits, by John Baker and Rick Warren
  3. Every Man’s Battle, by Stephen Arterburn, Fred Stoeker, and Mike Yorkey
  4. Every Woman’s Battle, by Shannon Ethridge and Stephen Arterburn
  5. The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism, by Tim Keller
  6. Boundaries, by Henry Cloud and John Townsend
  7. Shopping for Time, by C.J. Mahaney
  8. So Long Insecurity, by Beth Moore
  9. Codependent No More, by Melody Beattie
  10. The New Codependency, by Melody Beattie
  11. From Anger to Intimacy, by Gary Smalley and Ted Cunningham
  12. Daring Greatly, by Brene Brown
  13. The Grief Adjustment Guide, by Charlotte Greeson, Mary Hollingsworth and Michael Washburn
  14. Recovering from the Losses of Life, by H. Norman Wright
  15. Healing ADD, by Daniel Amen

 

Relational Growth:

  1. Hold Me Tight, by Sue Johnson
  2. The DNA of Relationships, by Dr. Gary Smalley
  3. Love and Respect, by Emerson Eggrichs
  4. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, by John M. Gottman and Nan Silver
  5. Sacred Marriage, by Gary Thomas
  6. Depression Fallout, by Anne Sheffield
  7. When Sinners Say “I do”, by Dave Harvey
  8. What Did You Expect: Redeeming the realities of marriage, by Paul David Trip
  9. Emotional Infidelity, by M. Gary Neuman
  10. Torn Assunder, by Dave Carder
  11. Surviving an Affair, by Willard F. Harley, Jr. and Jennifer Harley Chalmers
  12. Safe People:  How to find relationships that are good for you and avoid those that aren’t, by Henry Cloud and John Townsend
  13. Scary Close: Dropping the act and finding true intimacy, by Donald Miller
  14. Love Busters, by Willard F. Harley
  15. His Needs, Her Needs: Building an affair-proof marriage, by Willard F. Harley
  16. How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It, by Stephen Stonsy, Patricia Love

 

Parenting Growth:

  1. You Can’t Make Me, But I Can Be Persuaded:  Strategies for Bringing Out the Best in Your Strong-Willed Child, by Cynthia Tobias
  2. Boundaries with Kids:  How Healthy Choices Grow Healthy Children, by Henry Cloud and John Townsend
  3. Boundaries with Teens:  When to say Yes, How to say No, by John Townsend
  4. Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, by John Gottman
  5. Don’t Make me Count to Three, by Ginger Plowman
  6. Helping Children Survive Divorce, by Archibald D. Heart 
  7. The Hidden Art of Homemaking, by Edith Schaffer
  8. Shepherding a Child’s Heart, by Tedd Tripp
  9. Parenting with Love and Logic, by Foster Cline
  10. Parenting Teens with Love and Logic, by Foster Cline and Jim Fay
  11. Revolutionary Parenting, by George Barna
  12. The Gift of Imperfect Parenting, by Brene Brown

 

Spiritual Growth:

  1. Abba’s Child, by Brennan Manning
  2. The Life You’ve Always Wanted, by John Ortberg
  3. Into the Depths of God, by Calvin Miller
  4. What’s So Amazing About Grace, by Philip Yancey
  5. What’s So Amazing About Grace, Visual Edition, by Philip Yancey
  6. Humility: True Greatness, by C.J. Mahaney
  7. When I Don’t Desire God: How to Fight for Joy, by John Piper
  8. The Good and Beautiful God, by James Bryan Smith
  9. Prototype, by Jonathan Martin
  10. The Vertical Self, by Mark Sayers
  11. Draw Close: A Devotional for Couples, by Willard F. Harley, Jr.
  12. The Songs of Jesus:  A Year of Daily Devotional is the Psalms, by Tim Keller

 

Workbooks for Clients:

  1. 10 Days to Self Esteem, by David Burns
  2. Conquer Anxiety, Worry, and Nervous Fatigue, by Glenn Schiraldi
  3. Gaining Control of Ourselves, by Anderson and Anderson
  4. The Anger Workbook, by Les Carter and Frank Minirth
  5. Five Steps to Romantic Love, by Willard J. Harley, Jr. 

 

 

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