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100 Days To Freedom From Depression
Daily Devotional

Status: Not Yet Published (A)
Isbn: 1628629975
Isbn-13: 9781628629972
UPC:
Speedy#: 265062
CPC Super: Inspiration
CPC Primary: Motivation
CPC Sub: Devotional
Author: Arterburn Stephen
Publisher: Aspire Press
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Case Qty: 1
Binding: Imitation Leather
Price: 16.99
Due Date: 01-OCT-21=NYP On Order: 45
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Enjoy having practical advice and hope for those struggling with depression in this beautiful daily devotion.Depression can feel like a wet blanket that weighs us down or a dark fog that keeps us from seeing clearly. It can lead us to feel helpless and alone, to the point where we hide our true feelings for fear of being shamed or misunderstood. When we face those inevitable dark days of life, we must choose how we will respond. Will we allow ourselves to sink even more deeply into our own sadness, or will we do the necessary work of seeking help to light the way out?Support your own or a loved one’s treatment with this devotional that’s designed to help do the hard work when it comes to healing. This book is packed with:Daily devotions on 100 depression recovery topicsThought-provoking personal questions and practical applicationsPowerful prayers inspired by Scripture5-minute devotions with further study optionsChoose to spend the next 100 days finding freedom from the depression that weighs you down and keeps you from experiencing the joy of the Lord. 100 Days to Freedom from Depression is the latest in the New Life Devotions series by best-selling author Stephen Arterburn. The scriptures you will read—the devotionals, quotes, and prayers—will begin to change the way you think and feel.Key Features of the 100 Days to Freedom from Depression Daily DevotionalFull colorMakes an attractive gift for someone you loveSimple daily format, covering 100 days100 need-to-know depression recovery topicsKey verses, quotes, and refreshing devotions100 prayers for everyday useMakes for an excellent repeatable studyFlexisoft imitation leather bindingIn situations when the negative emotions take the lead, it is important to refocus because the God of light has not left us in the dark. When we turn to God, to trusted family members, friends, and medical professionals, freedom is possible—the clouds will eventually part, and the sun will shine once more upon our souls.Why Care is Crucial & Statistics About DepressionGlobally, an estimated 264 million people are affected by depression. Depression is the most common mental disorder and one of the main causes of disability worldwide. (World Health Org)In the U.S. depression is the leading cause of disability for ages 15 to 44. It affects more than 16 million people.As of 2020, youth mental health has worsened. 9.7% of youth in the U.S. have severe major depression. 60% do not receive any mental health treatment.The number of people screening with moderate to severe symptoms of depression and anxiety has continued to increase throughout 2020 and remains higher than rates prior to COVID-19.In the 100 Days of Freedom from Depression devotional, readers will be renewed with a deeper sense of confidence as they are led to experience the powerful, transforming effect God’s love has on their health.Perfect for:Individual studyPrayer groupsDiscipleshipSmall groupsSupport and recovery groupsChurch libraryChaplaincy or prison ministryAbout the Author:Stephen Arterburn is the best-selling author of Every Man’s Battle (over one million copies sold) and the founder and chairman of New Life Ministries. Arterburn is also host of the #1 nationally syndicated Christian counseling talk show New Life Live, heard and watched by over two million people each week on nearly 200 radio stations nationwide.