A Hunger for Healing: The Twelve Steps as a Classic Model for Christian Spiritual Growth

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Harper Collins, Jun 28, 2011 - Self-Help - 288 pages
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An exploration of the Twelve Steps and their unique benefits for Christians.
 

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Contents

Step One
11
Step Two
31
Step Three
45
Preparing to Take Step Four
59
Taking Step Four
71
Understanding Step Five
85
Taking Step Five
95
Step Six
107
Step Ten
163
Step Eleven
177
Step Twelve
195
The Bottom Line
215
Appendix A Sponsorship
219
Appendix B Boundaries
235
The Twelve Steps of Sinners Anony and the Twelve Traditions of A A
245
Notes
249

Step Seven
115
Step Eight
131
Step Nine
147
Selected Reading
255
Index
257
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J. Keith Miller, the author of A Hunger for Healing, is a popular speaker and conference leader, and author. Among his best-selling books are The Taste of New Wine and Hope in the Fast Lane. He is also the coauthor of Facing Codependence.

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