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by Kevin Scherer
Our first parents departed from what it means to be truly human when they ate from the forbidden tree. Ever since, humans have been working with corrupted minds and wills, employing a distorted approach to life. Kevin Scherer calls this “psycho-logic,” and he knows how it can lead us on a downward spiral to misery. How do we get back to the Garden? By allowing Christ to renew our minds, using the tried-and-true spiritual practices of the Orthodox Faith.
- Hopeful and accessible wisdom for working through the wounds and failures of your past
- A Christ-centered approach to finding human freedom and fulfillment
Endorsement: “A very personal and moving account of trying to make sense of what it means to be human in a broken world and with a broken humanity. Drawing upon many resources—Scripture, personal encounters, the wisdom of the ancient ascetics, and the insights of contemporary counseling—Kevin Scherer offers us all a way of finding the grace of God in our fragility and weakness. This book will be sure to touch many people.” —V. Rev. Dr. John Behr, Dean, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, New York
About the Author: Kevin Scherer is a writer and speaker with 20 years of pastoral counseling experience. As a former evangelical pastor and Eastern Orthodox priest, he has pastored in seven churches and served as the executive director of two nationwide Christian ministries. He also served as a chaplain at Ground Zero following the events of 9/11 as well as the Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University shootings. Based on these personal experiences, two degrees in theology, and his own personal challenges, Kevin has developed an intuition for coming alongside people in the most difficult and confusing moments of their lives. He is remarried, the father of five girls, and currently lives in Northwest Arkansas.
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