Most often, truth attaches meaningfully to a person’s life through an experience, a story, a metaphor, a picture. Good counseling is in the business of attaching truth meaningfully to our lives. In “How Good Desires Go Bad” Jones shows how he uses a simple picture to help those he counsels to understand their motives.
How Good Desires Go Bad
Author: Robert D. Jones Date: July 02, 2006
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