Depression: A Rescue Plan Paperback

A Rescue Plan

by Jim Winter;

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Depression: A Rescue Plan

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Between 1990 and 2000, the number of people in the United Kingdom consulting their doctors complaining of depression more than doubled. Winston Churchill referred to depression as his ‘black dog’, and Samuel Johnson called it, ‘this vile melancholy’. When in its grip, Abraham Lincoln described himself as, ‘the most miserable man living’. The Christian—despite having a living relationship with God in Jesus Christ, and the glorious anticipation of heaven—is not immune from depression! The lives of some of God’s greatest servants clearly demonstrate that! This practical guide is the result of the author’s twenty years experience as a local church pastor. Without medical jargon, it deals sensitively with the difficult area of depression; its causes and treatments, and offers a step by step guide to coping. Author Jim Winter has been in the pastoral ministry for over twenty years. He holds a PhD in pastoral psychotherapy and has lectured on  Christian counselling

Depression: A Rescue Plan by Jim Winter was published by Day One in June 2000 and is our 25888th best seller. The ISBN for Depression: A Rescue Plan is 9781903087039.

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Page last updated 17th May 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherDay One (June 2000)
Number of Pages152
Thickness9 mm
Height210 mm
Width147 mm
Product Code25427
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