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Anger & Stress Management God's Way - P&R (Mack)

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Anger and stress are issues we are all familiar with today. Whether it's road rage, job stress, divisive politics, or even abusive situations, our society seems almost defined by anger and stress!

If you think this issues spring from our modern age, you may be surprised to learn how much the Bible speaks to anger and stress --- and while they may seem like an inevitable part of life, God says that, when unchecked, they become destroyers!

Wayne Mack offers a solution that our society does not: seeking the counsel of our great, all-wise God. In this refreshing guide to conquering these all-too-familiar problems, he shows us how to know when our anger is sinful, how we can "be angry and not sin," what are the sources and consequences of our stress, and how we can overcome the stress we face.

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Table of Contents:

          Foreword by Tedd Tripp

  1. Sometimes It’s Right and Sometimes It’s Wrong to be Angry
  2. When Is Anger Wrong?
  3. Learning to Be Good and Angry
  4. Six Questions That Can Make the Difference
  5. Where Does Stress Come From?
  6. There Are Consequences
  7. The Way of Escape: Part 1
  8. The Way of Escape: Part 2  



Wayne A. Mack is professor of biblical counseling at Strengthening Ministries Training Institute and director of Association of Certified Biblical Counselors - Africa. He has written over twenty-five books, including Preparing for Marriage God's Way.




“A compelling read and so very biblically practical. This book gives so much hope for true, God-honoring change.”


Martha Peace, Author, The Excellent Wife



“For those who struggle with anger and those who labor to help, this volume is a must-read. Every biblical counselor should own a copy and have it at the ready.”


Daniel Kirk, Director of Calvary Bible Counseling Ministries



“The illustrations, insights, and anecdotes come together . . . to lead the reader to understand the issues of anger and stress and to overcome these issues.”


—Nicolas Ellen, Professor of Biblical Counseling, College of Biblical Studies, Houston



“Expertly guides us through a thoroughly biblical way of defeating the response of sinful anger to the stress in our lives.”


—Glenn Dunn, Director, Biblical Counseling Institute