Pastor Steve Humphrey
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About Pastor Steve Humphrey
Steve Humphrey is a United Methodist pastor and a practicing Stoic. He has led churches and nonprofits for over twenty-five years. His passion is helping people grow closer to God and closer to each other.
When he’s not preaching, he’s either driving his four kids to various places, reading Wikipedia, or hitting the gym.
He holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Maryland at College Park, as well as M.Div. and D.Min. degrees from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. His doctoral research is in the field of leading organizational change in churches and nonprofits.
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You can be happy and strong!
Do you feel stressed, angry, or scared? Do these feelings lead you to say or do things you later regret? We’ve all been there. And with all the rapid changes going on in the world, making clear-headed choices keeps getting harder. But there is a solution. Practical spirituality can bring you the inner peace you need to live a better life.
Pastor Steve Humphrey has spent years researching Christian spirituality, positive psychology, and Stoic philosophy. The result has been a personal transformation. In this easy-to-read book, he explains how to find happiness and strength by cultivating spiritual courage.
“This self-help style book is both for the thoughtful Christian and anyone on the hunt for how to ride on the waves of our ever-changing society instead of drowning in them.… It’s changed my perspective on a number of things, and if you’re open to it, it might just change yours too.” Chika Anene – Independent Book Review
Life has its ups and downs. This short booklet has one simple purpose: to show that the ups and downs of life have purpose and meaning. At least... they can have purpose and meaning, if we approach them with the right attitude.
It’s the Christmas season, and you’re miserable. Maybe this will be your first Christmas without a loved one who recently died. Or perhaps you’ve got a major depressive disorder, and the meds just aren’t cutting it right now. Or maybe you always feel down this time of year. This short booklet offers hope.