Many people make a profession of faith and sincerely desire to serve God, but there are struggles and strongholds in their lives, and it appears that there is no way out. Rooted and Grounded can help any person who desires to know and serve God walk through this journey; break free of strongholds, and enjoy all that God has planned for them.
It’s like drinking multivitamins that will assist in several areas of growth, development, and maturity.
Losses are a normal part of life, even in the lives of children. To help children learn how to cope with those losses, travel with Martha and Bubby the Rabbit as they take children on a journey of healing. They make stops at:
• What Does Loss Mean
• Facts About Losses
• What Does Grieve Mean
• Recognizing Feelings
• Expressing Feelings
• Forgiving Others
• Asking Others to Forgive You
• Accepting Losses
Martha and Bubby are joined by their friends, Zach, Hadley, Hannah, Crystal, and Heather. The gang shares their stories of the death of a loved one, being bullied, making a move, the loss of a pet, and divorce.
Martha, Bubby, and the kids traveling with them want to remind other boys and girls that you can continue to be happy after a loss.
“I am pleased to recommend this resource as an easy-to-use guide for those parents, grandparents, children’s church leaders, or others who desire to help, but who may have felt powerless or unsure as to how to do so.”
—Virginia G. Johnson, licensed professional counselor
Phyllis saw the thread that the Lord had woven through her life—a thread of His faithfulness and strength to uphold her in the worst tragedy she could imagine.
All of this led to His calling for her to write and speak about His compassionate love for His children.
"This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope. It is of the Lord's mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness." (Lamentations 3:21–23)
"For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth." (Job 19:25)
Do your fears and anxieties get in the way of living a spirit-filled life? Have you ever been victim to the illusion of control? Are you looking for spiritual recovery and personal growth? Are compulsions interfering in your relationships with others and with God? Do you have the peace that you want? While completing more than forty thousand hours of psychotherapy over thirty years, with individuals, couples, and families, Dr. Krummel realized that the fears, roles, and themes in his life were not unique. He became aware that his psychological and spiritual journey was a common one. Dr. Richard Krummel’s new book, Fear, Control, and Letting Go: How Psychological Principles and Spiritual Faith Can Help Us Recover from Our Fears offers life-changing tools for recovery and transformation. The book provides tremendous insight into how one can grow behaviorally, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. “While you are waiting for someone or something else to change, change yourself.” —Dr. Krummel “Give as you are able, according as the Lord has blessed you.” (Deuteronomy 16:17) Dr. Krummel donates $1.00 from the sale of each book to several charities.
Jesus demonstrated true love for man by denying Himself. God wants us to be conformed to the image of Christ. The Love Defender is a call to the Christian couple to travel together the journey of selfless love. The vow, “For better or for worse; for richer or poorer, until death do us part,” is a lifelong commitment not to be taken lightly. Our Lord wants married couples to take their vows seriously. Marriage builds the family and ultimately, our world. The Love Defender is a collection of God’s blueprints given to the body of Christ for the keeping of our marriages. God wants His people to avert divorce and live happily in their marriage. A joyful marriage is possible, but the decision is ours.
Sacred Dreams & Life Limiting Illness is about friendship. It is about soul-friendship and the writer’s two decade experience as an Anam Cara (soul friend), Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor to persons with life-limiting illnesses. Many people living with a life-limiting illness report dream intensification and acceleration as their medical condition progresses. This book examines the psychological and spiritual significance of end-of-life dreams and how these dreams can be transformative to those searching for meaning and psychospiritual-healing in the midst of a terminal illness. The book also investigates the therapeutic value of dream therapy as a method that helps persons more effectively interface and process the existential and psychospiritual distress that accompanies life-limiting illness. Finally, this work explores through case studies how dreams can connect patients and clients to an authentic experience of the Divine and the Holy.