Biblical Counseling Mini Books Series
These mini book titles address a wide range of everyday issues like marriage, parenting, mental health, and much more. Each mini book is small enough for the average reader to finish in less than thirty minutes and filled with the practical Gospel-centered counsel that pastors, counselors, and believers around the world have come to trust. Mini book displays are frequently used by churches, counseling ministries, and ministry organizations to quickly provide counsel that meets people where they are.
This set includes one of each of the following 24 counseling mini books:
- Hijos Enojados
- Cómo Controlar el Enojo
- Soy Padre, Criando Varones
- Soy Padre, Criando Hijas
- El Dolor de la Perdida
- Esperanza para los Deprimidos
Rob Green. Being a father of boys is a privilege and a joy, but it’s also challenging. We know that fathers are an important influence on their sons, and we want to have a positive impact on their lives.View details
Andy Farmer. Raising daughters is a joy. Nothing prepares a dad for the rush of feelings that accompany holding your baby girl for the first time. But along with the joy, comes the questions. How do you protect her from harm, set her on a good path, and help her become the woman God has designed her to be? You can use your “guy instincts” with your boys, but how do you guide your daughter?View details
Michael R. Emlet. If you have an angry child you are most likely worn out, confused, and looking for answers to questions like these:
- How can I restore sanity to this chaos?
- How can I prevent these anger storms in my child?
- Why does this rage seem to explode out of nowhere?
Jocelyn Wallace. Suffering from anxiety and panic attacks can feel incapacitating. One minute you feel fine, and the next your heart is pounding, your mind is racing, and your stomach is clenching. Sometimes it even feels like you might be having a heart attack. The Bible says, “Be anxious for nothing,” but that feels impossible when you’re even becoming afraid of being afraid!View details
Robert Smith. It’s frustrating to be under imperfect authority. And sometimes it’s more than frustrating—we suffer when someone’s authority is unfair, capricious, or just plain wrong. But does that let us off the hook? Do we have to listen only to those we agree with?View details
Timothy S. Lane. Everyone has their own style of dealing with conflict. Some people try to win at all costs and will do or say anything to get their own way. Others hate conflict and will do or say anything to avoid or end it. Sadly, neither fighting nor avoidance leads to genuine peace or restored relationships. Is there a better way?View details
What makes you angry? Sometimes it is small things: traffic jams, a waiter’s mistake, or a friend’s inattention. And sometimes it’s big things: betrayal, injustice, meanness, violence, oppression, selfishness, and lying. How do you deal with your anger?View details
Winston T. Smith. The pain of divorce has many different faces: the end of your hopes and dreams for your marriage; a life full of unwanted changes; and the daily struggle with a mixture of grief, fear, guilt, and anger. Is recovery possible?View details
David Powlison.Is a life-threatening illness, a major life change, or just plain old age forcing you to face your own mortality? Probably, like most of us, you’d rather not think or talk about your own death. But ignoring your death won’t stop it from happening—the mortality rate is still 100%!View details