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Hope When You're Hurting

Narrated by: Larry Crabb, Dan Allender
Length: 2 hrs and 19 mins
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When pain becomes too deep to bear, people ask 4 key questions: What's wrong? Who can help? What will the helper do? What can I hope for? In this program, Drs. Larry Crabb and Dan Allender answer these questions, while shedding light on the strengths and weaknesses of various counseling models, examining the role of the church in providing restoration and growth, and supplying important principles for finding real help. Penetrating, encouraging, and empathetic, Hope When You're Hurting challenges both professionals and church leaders to rethink their views on counseling and Christian community.
©1996 Lawrence J. Crabb, Jr. and Dan Allender (P)1996 The Zondervan Corporation

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Not Helpful, not Even Frienshops!

I was mislead by this book. I thought that it was a book of guidance for mental anguish, bereavement et al. However it seems to be discuss the theory of it, but not any practical aid...
Not much substance at all...

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  • Amanda H.
  • 13-06-12

An okay read

Would you try another book from the authors and/or Larry Crabb and Dan Allender ?

Yes! I believe Larry and Dan are on the right path when speaking about interacting with others in a empathetic way. I believe that no one needs to struggle alone and with the help of others (professional and not) and of course God one can understand and move past the hurt and struggle. I wish they would have gone into more details.

Could you see Hope When You're Hurting being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

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  • Amanda Thuston
  • 14-04-17

Great listen.

I'm going to listen to this again. It was a great "read". The only thing is I'm not sure where Allenders part fits. Maybe I missed the point. That's another reason I'm going to relisten. And that's why I gave 4/5 stars on story. Crabb was great as usual and offered many insights. Lots of food for thought.

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