Walking on Water When You Feel Like You're Drowning
Tommy Nelson - view author info
Steve Leavitt - view author info
Cover: Walking on Water When You Feel Like You're Drowning
Trim Size:
5.5 x 8.25  
October 2012 

Today more people than ever are suffering from emotional distress. Whether they are dealing with depression, anxiety, obsessiveness, fear, worry, or stress, their lives are limited and compromised by the ill-effects. People who suffer from emotional distress often feel isolated and unloved, either by God or by others, and often believe that there is no hope and no way out.

There is good news, however! A truly biblical approach to healing emotional distress focuses on a holistic cure that integrates the mind, body, and spirit. Even when we feel truly alone, God is holding us in His hand. Even when we feel truly hopeless, God offers comfort and purpose. And even when we feel like we will never escape the pit of emotional distress, God sets our feet on firm ground and promises to never let us go. No matter what we have been through or what we are going through now, God can bring critically needed healing and transformation into our lives when we adjust what the authors refer to as “stinkin’ thinkin’.”
Finally—a book that addresses a subject that literally tens of thousands battle with and can’t get answers to . . . especially in the church. Depression has been sidestepped as a weakness. Many think ‘if God was enough’ they wouldn’t suffer, leaving them paralyzed by clinical anxiety and depression. Tommy and Steve have given firsthand encouragement for those who feel there is no answer, and have reached out with a helping hand to truly tackle this tough subject. I’m so grateful for their honesty and vulnerability to help others find victory.
Keith Chancey, President of Kanakuk Institute and director of Kanakuk Kamps K7