Who Can You Trust?: Overcoming Betrayal and Fear
Trust is the basis for every relationship.
So what happens when that foundation cracks?
·A cheating spouse destroys the feelings of confidence and fidelity in a marriage.
·A friend's betrayal causes mistrust to spread to your other close relationships.
·An undermining co-worker creates a suspicious, tense, disjointed workplace.
·Organizational board members work in secret to form coalitions to assume control.
Trust plays a key role in every arena of our lives, because trust is the linchpin for all our relationships–family, school, church, work, and community. And how we sort out all the issues of trust and mistrust determines the direction our lives will take–and our ultimate happiness and fulfillment. How can we build deeper, stronger trust in our relationships? How can we cope when that trust has been wounded or destroyed? How can we live a life of trust without being naļve about betrayal?
In Who Can You Trust? one of America's most beloved leaders, Howard E. Butt, Jr., candidly shares his own real-life experience and expertise to help you answer these questions in a biblical and practical way. He helps you recognize and resolve past trust issues that have shattered your faith and your spirit. And he shows you how to let your faith help you build stronger trust in the future for all your most important relationships.
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Our TrustVersusMistrust Dilemma
The Scars of Broken Trust
Searching for the Answers
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