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Emotionally Healthy Spirituality - It's Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature While Remaining Emotionally Immature - cover

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality - It's Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature While Remaining Emotionally Immature

Peter Scazzero

Publisher: Zondervan

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Summary

One percent of church leaders say that they are doing well in discipling new and young believers. After almost three decades of pastoring New Life Fellowship Church in the bustle of New York City, Peter Scazzero discovered that most people are not being changed in our churches, and, as a result, are not changing the world. 
Scazzero found two truths to be true: you can't be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature, and unless you slow and quiet your life down for a first-hand relationship with Jesus Christ, little change is possible. The integration of these two truths unleashed a spiritual revolution in Scazzero, in his church, and now in thousands of other churches. 
In this revised bestselling book, Scazzero outlines his journey and offers a roadmap for a discipleship with Jesus that is powerfully transformative. Topics include how to identify emotionally unhealthy spirituality, how to grow your soul through grief and loss, and how to develop into an emotionally mature adult. 
Offering new stories and principles, this updated edition will inspire readers to revolutionize their spiritual life.

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