Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Unleash a Revolution in Your Life in Christ

By | September 27, 2018

What Are YouMissing?
Peter Scazzero learned the hard way: you can’t be spiritually maturewhile remaining emotionally immature. Even though he was pastorof a growing church, he did what most people do:
  • Avoid conflict in the name of Christianity
  • Ignore his anger, sadness, and fear
  • Use God to run from God
  • Live without boundaries
Eventually God awakened him to a biblical integration of emotionalhealth, a relationship with Jesus, and the classic practices of contemplative
spirituality. It created nothing short of a spiritual revolution, utterlytransforming him and his church.
In this book Scazzero outlines his journey and the signs of emotionallyunhealthy spirituality. Then he provides seven biblical, reality-testedways to break through to the revolutionary life Christ meant for you.
“The combination of emotional health and contemplative spirituality,” hesays, “unleashes the Holy Spirit inside us so that we might experientially
know the power of an authentic life in Christ.”

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2 Comments

Dr. David P. Craig on 09/27/2018 at 18:52.

The “Missing Link” in Christian Discipleship In my Christian journey, I’ve never encountered teaching on the significance of emotions until I have stumbled on this book. It’s a topic that just doesn’t get enough attention. In this book, Peter Scazzero has certainly proved “it’s impossible to be spiritual mature while remaining emotionally immature”. He also showed what it means to truly be human, which in turn, help us understand who God truly is.The writing is clear and easy to understand. Scazzero humbly used his own…

Joseph Appler on 09/27/2018 at 18:59.

Only one reading just won’t do! Pete Scazzero (the pastor of a thriving church in New York) writes a very transparent and yet helpful account of how Christians have a tendency to neglect two areas of their lives: the emotions, and the realities of generational sin. He begins the book by demonstrating how devastating this can be in relationships, and how this affects the corporate health of the body of Christ. What this does ultimately is it creates a “false peace” that deals only with symptoms and not the causes of what makes…

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