Find freedom from life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits
If you long to break free from life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits, the NIV Celebrate Recovery Bible is a powerful and positive ally. This Bible is based on eight recovery principles found in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount and on the underlying Christ-centered twelve steps of the proven Celebrate Recovery* program. The NIV Celebrate Recovery Bible lifts you up and shows you how to walk, step by attainable step, on a path of healing and liberty.
Based on the proven and successful Celebrate Recovery program developed by John Baker and Rick Warren, the NIV Celebrate Recovery Bible offers hope, encouragement, and, through developing a relationship with Jesus Christ, empowerment to rise above your hurts, hang-ups, and habits. With features based on eight principles Jesus voiced in his Sermon on the Mount, this insightful Bible is for anyone struggling with the circumstances of their lives and the habits they are trying to control.
• Full text of the world’s most popular modern English Bible—the New International Version (NIV)
• Articles explain eight recovery principles and accompanying Christ-centered twelve steps
• Over 110 lessons unpack eight recovery principles in practical terms
• Recovery stories offer encouragement and hope
• 30 days of devotional readings
• Over 50 full-page biblical character studies are tied to stories from real-life people who have found peace and help with their own hurts, hang-ups and habits
• Book introductions
• Side-column reference system keyed to the eight recovery principles
• Topical index
“I’m excited you’re beginning the journey to recovery. Your life will change. You’ll experience freedom from your sinful habits, hang-ups, and hurts as you give up control and allow Jesus to be Lord in every area of your life.”
From the foreword by Dr. Rick Warren, senior pastor, Saddleback Church
“Throughout the pages of Scripture, we see God’s heart for celebrating recovery! This collection will help you experience and celebrate that journey, one step at a time. Jump in and see how recovery and spiritual growth are one and the same.”
Dr. Henry Cloud, Christian psychologist, author, and speaker
*Celebrate Recovery is a biblically based program that helps those who are struggling with hurts, hang-ups, and habits by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through the recovery process. The Celebrate Recovery program is offered in thousands of churches worldwide.
|About the Contributor(s)||John Baker
John Baker is the founder of Celebrate Recovery, a ministry born out of the heart of Saddleback Church. John began serving as a lay pastor at Saddleback in 1991; and in 2001, Rick Warren asked John to become the pastor of Celebrate Recovery. John is a nationally known speaker and trainer in helping churches start Celebrate Recovery ministries. During the last sixteen years, nearly 10,000 individuals have gone through this Christ-centered recovery program at Saddleback.
|Publish Date||Mar 25, 2014|
|Translation||New International Version|
- Review by Victor
With an effective effort the publishers had really extend a hand for those affected by an emotional crisis, this Bible results to be an easy to read guide to both, be assisted emotionally or be provided with ways to comfort and guide others in need. It is also a good help for anyone that wants to ease someone else's lives.
The fonts are printed in some sort of dark red color, which gives the reader of a new cool experience. It comes with a very compelling collection of recovery stories, rightly placed along the biblical text. Also throughout this Bible are inserted a very valuable lessons. At the end of the book, you can find a 30 days daily devotional. Every book has a concise and theme oriented introduction.
Having all that into account, I can say that I will call all that a brief seminary in understanding pain and suffering either it is of others and or one self's too.
I definitely recommend NIV Celebrate Recovery Bible, to be acquired. If you know someone struggling with pain, this is the perfect gift.
(Posted on 8/13/2014)