From the Inside Flap
But because we never know when, where, or how God is going to show up, we often wonder: Just exactly how does He go about the business of helping us when we dont know what to do?
Henry Cloud and John Townsend believe God has given us instructions on how He makes a way for us when we call on Him. They believe that, just as you would exercise faith in a doctor by following his advice to get well physically, if you follow Gods eight principles in this book, you can thrive relationally, emotionally, and spiritually.
These principles offer a groundbreaking new approach to recognizing when God is present and how He works His will in our lives.THE PRINCIPLES OF THE WAY
- Begin your journey with God
- Choose your traveling companions wisely
- Place high value on wisdom
- Leave your baggage behind
- Own your faults and weaknesses
- Embrace problems as gifts
- Take life as it comes
- Love God with all you are
As clinical psychologists, the authors deal daily with real people facing real problems, so this book is not just psychological or biblical theory: In fact, Part II of God Will Make a Way shows the principles at work in twelve key areas of life: dating, marriage, sex, conflict, parenting, fear, lost love, addictions, anger, depression, weight loss, and personal goals.
God Will Make a Way is more than a remarkably helpful book. It is a life system that captures Gods wisdom for coping with our most difficult problems. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Dr. Henry Cloud is a popular speaker, psychologist, and cohost of the national radio program New Life Live! He is also the author of numerous award-winning and popular books, including God Will Make a Way and coauthored the million-selling Boundaries. He holds a doctorate in clinical psychology, is a husband and father, and maintains private practice in Southern California.
Dr. John Townsend, psychologist, speaker, and leadership coach, has been helping millions of people for over two decades. A visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, he is coauthor of the two-million-seller, Gold Medallion Award-winner Boundaries.