Walking not alone

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When we think of counseling, we often have negative connotations and thoughts that imply problem solving.

What if we were designed to counsel, sharpen, inspire, encourage, and challenge one another in the daily walk of life? What if counseling sessions were not by appointment, didn’t require outrageous costs, and did not require a privacy waiver?

This books breaks down awkward thoughts and ideas on counseling and engages people where they are: needy for others and needed by others. There is no way around it. We are not meant to walk alone.

If we could take God at His Word and simply treat others the way we want to be treated and to just love our neighbor as ourself…how many damaged and drained lives would be changed?

Ed Welch helps us see how and why this ought to be. This book is theological but practical and gives the readers the vision, hope, inspiration and desire to be a caring person to others.

Thank you, Crossway Publishers, for providing this text for the purpose of review.

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