Recovering Faith: Words for the Way. Volume 1.
Poetry, meditations, personal stories, essays, curricula and more. This is a companion volume to the Spirituality and Recovery video series. This volume covers spiritual practices related to powerlessness, surrender and waking up. It’s seriously good stuff. Enjoy.
Recovering Faith: Words for the Way. Volume 2.
Poetry, meditations, personal stories, essays, curricula and more. This is a companion volume to the Spirituality and Recovery video series. This volume covers spiritual practices related to living transparently, empathy, silence, compassion, service and deep listening. More seriously good stuff. Enjoy.
Forgiving in a World That Loves to Hate We all know we’re supposed to forgive but, for many of us, that does not come easy. In this book by Teresa McBean and Scott McBean they have tried to create a guide to forgiving that takes into account biblical principles and the difficult psychological and emotional consequences of resentment..
In No More Running in Circles Kim Engelmann and Teresa McBean share how they learned “to tell the truth, experience transformation, and heal from the inevitable wounds that come from living on planet earth.” The result is rich with both personal and professional insights informed both by the best of Christian spiritual formation and the the practical wisdom of twelve step traditions. If you are tired of ‘running in circles’, this is the book for you
Transformational Steps for Ordinary People is a thoughtful and practical exploration of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous by a seasoned pastor of a recovery community and someone who has experienced a personal transformation as a result of working the steps. If personal change is part of your current agenda, if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired or if you just know there is more to life than business as usual then this book will be full of insightful, helpful, biblical guidance for the journey.