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I have read and reread this book many times and continue to pull out golden nuggets.
For the depth of the subjects covered, Crabb does a remarkable job of making his words pleasant to read and his train-of-thought easy to follow.
The book demonstrates and applies life changing ways in which to counsel and be available for dynamic relationships.
I have so many books that I love to read and inevitably get through the first third and never finished. I started this one in the appendix anticipating the same pattern. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lisa A. Tam
When I was having dinner with Dr Crabb at the School of Spiritual Direction a few weeks ago, I remember during our conversation that I wondered aloud whether I was going through... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jason Kanz
Larry Crabb doesn't write anything bad. If you can read something he has written, read it.. It will be a blessing to you. His books are especially helpful to people in recovery.Published 8 months ago by randolph
Found this book to be very informative and full of good advice for learning to connect with others. I was thrilled to see the list of contributors because I value their wisdom.Published 11 months ago by frogcopter
Gave me incredible insight into the importance of "connecting" with others who have struggles, and providing them a "safe place" to share those struggles with encouragement and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by DDuke
I enjoy reading things from this author because they are always deep, thought-provoking and Bible-centered. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Grandma Karen
I have read and reread this book many times and continue to pull out golden nuggets. This is a great book with timeless principles!Published 16 months ago by David B. Rhinehart
This book has been recommended to me several times. It is a life-changing read if you are interested in helping others.Published 18 months ago by Joyce Webster
Connecting will answer the question of what it means to connect with other people in a way that forms a healing community. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Valerie Caraotta