Counseling Resources

The Wounded Heart by Dan Allender

In Dr. Allender's book, he gives a personal and specific look at child abuse, showing that in the depths of suffering, there is hope.

Shattered Dreams by Larry Crabb

Larry Crabb gives a clear picture of how God uses suffering to bring about blessing in unexpected ways.

Silence of Adam: Becoming Men of Courage in a World of Chaos by Larry Crabb

In his well-known book on the role of men in relationships, Crabb gives simple details that enlighten and give hope.

Desiring God by John Piper

A modern classic that humbly reveals the nature of the relationship between God and us, His creation, and what we should do about it.

When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada

Tada gives shows how it is possible to be comforted when in pain, by demonstrating that not only does God feel our pain, but that He feels it more keenly than we can.

Fully Alive by Larry Crabb

Once again, Crabb uses his strong voice to explain the surprising nature of human gender, and how God designed them to bring us together.

Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage by Michael Misja and Chuck Misja

These two authors explore how to be free from shame, and live in blessing if your marriage is not successful by the standards of those around you.

Glorious Ruin by Tullian Tchividjian

This is a fresh and compassionate exploration of the depths of pain and suffering, and the God who suffers with you and for you.