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Connecting: Healing Ourselves and Our Relationships Paperback – March 20, 2005
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About the Author
Dr. Larry Crabb is a well-known psychologist, conference and seminary speaker, Bible teacher, popular author, and founder/director of NewWay Ministries. He is currently Scholar in Residence at Colorado Christian University in Denver and Visiting Professor of Spiritual Formation for Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta. Dr. Crabb and his wife of forty-six years, Rachael, live in the Denver, Colorado area. For additional information please visit www.newwayministries.org
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I pretty much always finish a book, regardless of how bad it is... I couldnt finish this book!
I dont know what it was. It was boring, felt repetitve, I just couldnt get into it. After a few chapters I skimmed the rest and put it away.
Im sure its good, and I did find some gems in it. But I just couldnt get through it. Not sure if ill try a Larry Crabb book again for a longgg time.
Peppered throughout the book are references to the inadequacy of the professional model of helping for soul healing. Of course professionals can, and often do help, but what people often desire is connection, not professional therapy or legalistic moralism. In this book, Crabb discusses what connection may look like in relationships with one another.
True connection, what Curt Thompson calls the desire to "be known", is at the heart of healing and soul work. We are relational beings created by a relational God, but as a result of the fall, we struggle to relate well. This book may provide some wisdom as to what it might look like to start down the path of connecting with one another. Highly recommended.
Going deep within yourself to discover you are connected to all people even if the other doesn't realize it.. healing begins at that point when our souls connect back to God that we can heal others .. Even if their are no words.