Baby Sign Language Basics
Early Communication for Hearing Babies and ToddlerseBook - 2009
So ... Many ... Choices ... Can't ... Make ... The ... Wrong ... One ...
We all have those particular moments that produce a certain amount of anxiety (AKA stress, worry, angst). All too often this anxiety is looked upon as a sinful or, at least, an "unchristian" feeling to have.
Instead, read on to see how anxiety can actually be helpful in our spiritual formation, and where God might use anxiety as a catalyst to move us forward. We are then able to face our resistance and fears, understand where those fears come from, and then make intentional choices about important issues such as career, marriage, money, and our spiritual lives. It's time to get unstuck.
"I loved this book. I often read something and think, this will be helpful to many, but I can't think of anyone who would not be helped by reading Rhett's book. It made me smile to see once more how God tucks the best news inside the most unusual boxes if we have the courage to open them."
Sheila Walsh, author of God Loves Broken People and Those Who Pretend They're Not
"Rhett's personal story is profoundly honest-vulnerable, agonizing, and joyful. He does not settle for the quick fixes of pop psychology or the veneer of superficial Christianity. In reading The Anxious Christian you will find yourself plunged into the heart of anxiety, and in the deep waters of God's healing grace."
Adam S. McHugh, author of Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture
RHETT SMITH is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, and he also serves on staff as a therapist at The Hideaway Experience in Amarillo, Texas, helping couples restore their marriages. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary (MDIV, MSMFT). Rhett lives in Frisco, Texas, with his wife, Heather, and their two children. You can find outmore about Rhett at www.rhettsmith.com.