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Table of Contents
- Getting Oriented David Powlison
- Who Can Stand Before Jealousy? Edward T. Welch
- The Dreaded S-Word: Submission and the Active Role of Helper Robyn Huck
- Getting to Know the Experience of Same-Sex Attraction Brad Hambrick
- What’s in a Name? Understanding Psychiatric Diagnoses Michael R. Emlet
- More Than a Proof Text: “Jesus invites you to follow him—how will you respond?” (Luke 5:27) Lauren Whitman
- More Than a Proof Text: “You feel ashamed but Christ is the lifter of your head” (Psalm 3:3) Kristin Silva
- Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brené Brown -Reviewed by Myriam Hertzog
- Developments in Biblical Counseling by J. Cameron Fraser -Reviewed by Sam R. Williams
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