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by Arnie Cole & Michael Ross
Worry and its fraternal twins anxiety and stress, affect our mind, body, and spirit--and can make our families miserable. In
, Back to the Bible CEO Arnie Cole and author Michael Ross--with contributions from leading researcher Pamela Ovwigho, Ph.D.--help parents to identify what's bugging their families, and to clarify and sort their worries into those they can and cannot do something about. This insightful resource includes Bible-based wisdom, advice, and treatment options from a variety of psychological and medical professionals. Ideal for individual use and group study,
- Identify the Top 10 Worry and Stress Points and plot steps toward change
- Understand the difference between the mind (what we think) and the brain (the physical processes of chemical reactions) and how both contribute to worry
- Discover tools to de-stress our thinking and calm down our bodies
- Reject the myth that we are in control and learn to take Jesus at His word: "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest" (Matthew 11:28).
Dr. Arnie Cole
is CEO of Back to the Bible and Director of Research and Development for the Center for Bible Engagement. He has spent much of his professional life tracking trends of human behavior. He and his wife, Char, are parents of adult children and operate an equestrian center in Nebraska.
is an award-winning journalist. Michael oversaw Back to the Bible's book publishing efforts for several years and is a former editor of
magazine, published by Focus on the Family. He has authored and collaborated on more than 30 books, including
What Your Son Isn't Telling You
. Michael and his wife Tiffany have a son, Christopher.
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