A New Day

A New Day

Moving on from hunger, anxiety, control, shame, anger, despair

A personal and honest look at how the Christian gospel can speak into mental health issues and addiction

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Can I break free from my eating disorder? Why do I struggle so much with anxiety? Where can I go with my shame and despair?

There are lots of how-to books out there. In terms of the practicalities of recovery, they’re brilliant. What they don’t address is the spiritual dimension.

A New Day sees award-winning blogger Emma Scrivener moving on from the personal story she told in A New Name to provide lasting biblical solutions for those who struggle with the challenges brought by feelings of hunger, anxiety, control, shame, anger and despair.

Pastorally-sensitive, honest and comforting, the book includes helpful, practical lifestyle ideas to complement the teachings Emma outlines.

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Contributors Emma Scrivener
ISBN 9781783594412
Format Paperback
First published April 2017
Dimensions 137mm x 215mm x 18mm
Weight 0.29 kg
Language English
Pages 192
Publisher IVP
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All Needy People

Cathy Ayers, Evangelicals Now, 30 May 2017

This book is brilliant. It is full of real-life stories that hold nothing back in describing the raw pain and the grip that anxiety, shame, despair, etc., can have on us. But the way Emma uses gospel truth to challenge our thoughts and emotions in a way that can transform the realities of everyday life is remarkable. It is packed with wise thoughts and advice, particularly for those suffering from eating disorders, anxiety, OCD, self harm, aggression or depression. But the truth is that we all have hearts chained to some degree by different struggles. We need this book to show us that there is genuine hope of real change, as we step into a new day with the Lord Jesus.... continue reading

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