Even Christians can let the normal concerns of life get blown out of proportion, becoming tangled in worry and anxiety: What if something happens to my spouse? What if something were to happen to one of my children? What if this plane crashes? It is surprising how many Christians are not able to lead a life of joy because of fear, anxiety and depression.

HOB2These eye-opening books examine the roots of worry and anxiety, such as fear of rejection, disapproval, failure and the unknown. Readers will learn how fear-filled strongholds develop and discover the tools they need to live a life of joy and peace. Learn how God can dispel unhealthy fears and lead believers to joyous freedom.

Freedom from Fear: Overcoming Worry & Anxiety By: Neil Anderson, Rich Miller Say good-bye to the unhealthy fears that are holding you captive. To help rid you of your worries, this boHOB3ok examines the causes of fear-filled strongholds in your life that lead to anxiety and depression. Once you identify the source of your anxieties, you’re well on your way to conquering them.

Let It Go: Breaking Free from Fear and Anxiety By: Tony Evans Christians struggle daily with anxiety and fear and are in need of biblical solutions for understanding and overcoming this. This book deals with this issue in a pleasant, clear and simplistic manner. Learn how to let go of the past, live in the present and trust God for the future.

Moving fromHOB4 Fear to Freedom: A Woman’s Guide to Peace in Every Situation By: Grace Fox God never intended fear to be a part of our lives. It came into existence after original sin. But, Christians can face their fear and let it be a catalyst for change. Each chapter highlights an area where readers can start experiencing freedom from their fears and anxiety.

  Overcoming Depression: By Neil Anderson, Joanne Anderson This insightful book outlines a faith-centered road-map to recovery with a powerful, life-changing message that will help you overcome with God’s help. This book describes both spiritual and physical symptoms of depression to aid in healing and unimaginable freedom.


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