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Inside out / Larry Crabb.

By: Crabb, Lawrence JMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Colorado Springs, Colo. : NavPress, c2007. Description: 351 p. : ill. ; 23 cmISBN: 1600060994; 9781600060991Other title: Real change is possible if you are willing to start from the-- inside out [Cover title]Subject(s): Christian lifeDDC classification: 248.4
Contents:
pt. 1. Looking beneath the surface of life. Real change requires an inside look -- An inside look can be frustrating -- Knowing what to look for -- pt. 2. We're thirsty people. "If anyone be thirsty..." -- Springs of living water? : then why so much pain? -- Becoming aware of our thirst -- pt. 3. Digging broken wells. Looking in all the wrong places -- The problem of demandingness -- Exposing wrong directions -- pt. 4. Changing from the inside out. Defining the problem -- The power of the gospel -- What it takes to deeply change -- The "good stuff" beneath the bad.
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Books Books TCM Library, Haus Edelweiss
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248.4 C883 2007 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 37412995297755
Total holds: 0

"Twelve-lesson study guide included"

"ECPA Medallion of Excellence Christian Awards"

Reprint of the expanded 10th ed. published in 1998 with study guide added.

Includes bibliographical references.

pt. 1. Looking beneath the surface of life. Real change requires an inside look -- An inside look can be frustrating -- Knowing what to look for -- pt. 2. We're thirsty people. "If anyone be thirsty..." -- Springs of living water? : then why so much pain? -- Becoming aware of our thirst -- pt. 3. Digging broken wells. Looking in all the wrong places -- The problem of demandingness -- Exposing wrong directions -- pt. 4. Changing from the inside out. Defining the problem -- The power of the gospel -- What it takes to deeply change -- The "good stuff" beneath the bad.

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