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Single and Lonely: Finding the Intimacy You Desire Paperback – October 31, 2009
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About the Author
Jayne V. Clark, M.A.R., is the Associate Dean of Students at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. She is also a counselor with over eighteen years of experience, a frequent retreat and conference speaker, and the author of the minibook, Single and Lonely: Finding the Intimacy You Desire and many counseling articles.
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CCEF through its publishing arm, New Growth Press, makes available a wide range of booklets that address a host of common problems. I am going to highlight a...more The Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation is an excellent resource for a Scriptural-based approach to life's problems. Their motto is "Restoring Christ to counseling, and counseling to the Church." I have found their materials to be gospel-centered and grace-oriented. They are an incredible help to the church.
CCEF through its publishing arm, New Growth Press, makes available a wide range of booklets that address a host of common problems. I am going to highlight a few of these booklets in this post.
The booklets are sensitive to the life-situation they address, yet also apply the Bible and particularly the Gospel to the problem. I highly recommend them.
This particular booklet "Single and Lonely: Finding the Intimacy You Desire" by Jayne Clark, explores how loneliness, which plagues single young people as much as it does the elderly, sick and widowed, is connected to the gospel. Protecting yourself, and aiming for one or two close friendships usually backfires. Recognizing our acceptance and love found in Christ, we should instead pursue wholeness and healing in a community of Christ-lovers. Practical steps for recognizing and dealing with the problem of loneliness in oneself and others are also included.
Disclaimer: This book was provided by New Growth Press for review. I was under no obligation to offer a favorable review.