I loved this book. I often read something and think, this will be helpful to many, but I can't think of anyone who would not be helped by reading Rhett's book. It made me smile to see once more how God tucks the best news inside the most unusual boxes if we have the courage to open them.
Sheila Walsh, author of God Loves Broken People and Those Who Pretend They're Not
Rhett Smith asks Christians to stop and take seriously how God is using anxiety in their life. Rhett's an extraordinarily able pastor and counselor, and his surprising new take on the anxious Christian should be in the hands of every "3 AMer" out there.
Hugh Hewitt, nationally syndicated talk show host and author
For the first time, I see my anxiety as something to press into rather than run from. The Anxious Christian bears the same gifts as many of my favorite books: an earnest voice, a fresh perspective, and an invitation to begin a journey.
Scott McClellan, writer, editor, and director of the ECHO Conference
In these pages, the reader will read a truthful and vulnerable account of how the author has the courage and presence to use anxiety to point himself and his relationships toward the effort to change his own identity and patterns. Read slowly and re-read-you will be rewarded with wisdom that has a practical application of change in your journey of life.
Dr. Terry Hargrave, author and professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Seminary
An important and timely book. If there's an emotion that could define our post-modern world I believe it would be anxiety. Rhett helps disarm the power we often give anxiety by explaining how it can actually have purpose in the Christian life in that it is potentially a pathway for growth.
Jason Ingram, GRAMMY nominated songwriter, worship leader
Rhett's personal story is profoundly honest-vulnerable, agonizing, and joyful. He will not settle for the quick fixes of pop psychology or the veneer of superficial Christianity. In reading The Anxious Christian you will find yourself plunged into the heart of anxiety, and in the deep waters of God's healing grace.
Adam S. McHugh, author of Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture
In The Anxious Christian, Rhett Smith brings an honest, vulnerable, and refreshing view to anxiety and faith.
R.O. Smith, co-director of Youth Discipleship at Bel Air Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles
Rhett's writing is thoughtful, authentic, and relatable. Rhett gently challenges the stereotypes that most Christians have about anxiety and leads us into the redemptive freedom of choice that we have been given. His unique perspective is restorative and hopeful.
Mindy Coates Smith, D.Min., part-time instructor at Fuller Theological Seminary, and co-director of Youth Discipleship at Bel Air Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles
I bought this book one morning in a desperate attempt to make sense of my life, my anxiety. I have never really experienced anxiety at a level to where it consumed me before until... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah
Written by: Rhett Smith
Published by: Moody Publishers
I have a problem with anxiety. I have always worried a lot, since I was a little kid. Read more
The first two chapters radically changed the way I view life and my anxiety. And the rest of the book was very helpful as well. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Randy Knight
The Anxious Christian is partly a memoir of the author's lifelong struggle with anxiety and partly a self-help book. Read more
“I was a thirty-five-year-old grown man sitting in my therapist’s office sobbing like an uncontrollable child…I began to realize that all those years I had allowed anxiety to get a... Read morePublished 11 months ago by BookBlogger1
Not much to say that others haven't already said. I found the advice in this book helpful and there are even questions at the end of each chapter for further study.Published 15 months ago by Anonymous
The Anxious Christian is written to assist readers in dealing with their anxious instead of hiding it and suppressing it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Andrew Smith
Loved the title and was hoping for lots of content. It just didn't get to the point of "how" I can change or use the anxiety for good.Published 18 months ago by ice