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Wilderness Mentality

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About the author:
Stephanie R. Reck is a Licensed Master Social Worker, Licensed Belief Therapist and a Board Certified Christian Counselor. Stephanie has served with a Crisis Pregnancy Center, led Celebrate Recovery groups, has led Bible studies for women, and has given her public testimony on several occasions.
Stephanie has a heart and a passion to see women free from bondage and healed from their wounds. Stephanie, has endured much heartache and trials throughout her life, and she uses her experiences to reach out to others with the compassion of Christ. Her desire to see the hurting know the love of God and to have a personal, intimate, life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.
Stephanie continues to write and counsel women through her counseling ministry, Hope Ministry. She has been married for 15 years to her husband, Stephen, they have one grown son, Jonathon, a doggie child named Gizmo and their beloved doggie angel in heaven, Kobe. 

Wilderness Mentality

Stop Your Stinkin' Thinkin'

Authored by Mrs. Stephanie Rene ReckDo you ever stop and think what you are thinking about? The way you feel is directly related to what you think about. This book will take you on a journey on how God views a negative mindset, and how you can enter into a "wilderness mentality." A wilderness mentality will keep you in bondage, and you will not experience the life that God has for you. You know your mind is in the wilderness when you start to complain about your life's circumstances, you are envious of others, you find fault and critize, you lack thankfulness, you worry and are plagued by fear, and you have an overall negative mindset.

Throughout this book I will give you practical steps to staying out of the wilderness mentality. I use practical applications, real-life examples from my life, scripture, research and ulitize my education in forming this book's application and purpose.

Do you want to live a joy-filled, peaceful life? A life filled with hope no matter your circumstances? If you answered yes to these questions, then begin reading and applying" The Wilderness Mentality."

Publication Date:
Apr 09 2013
1480231517 / 9781480231511
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / Christian Life / Personal Growth


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