Being Well When We are Ill: Wholeness And Hope In Spite Of Infirmity (Living Well)
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Marva Dawn has an insider's view of the many spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical difficulties encountered by people with chronic illness and disabilities. She knows from experience how to nurture hope in spite of infirmity. Filled with insight and Filled with insight and practical help, each chapter of Being Well When We're Ill focuses on one particular kind of struggle, such as worry, guilt, the loss of meaning, or the loss of confidence and trust that God is present and personally loving.
Each chapter details one or more appropriate ''finds'' - spiritual resources, emotional supports, intellectual answers, or practical solutions - that enable a person with infirmities to persevere through them and to be well in spite of them.
For each issue she explores, such as loss of dreams, loneliness, physical pain, depression, ingratitude, side effects and more, Dawn includes discussions of biblical texts - not only texts that help lament losses but texts that bring wholeness. Readers will find t -Publisher. Marva J.
Dawn Ph. Koorong -Editorial Review. Paperback Mar Rate This Product. Delivery and Shipping. Show More. Order now to secure your copy when our stock arrives. Expected to ship in 6 to 7 weeks from Australia. Add to Basket Find in Store. Add to Wishlist. In the midst of those problems Marva can still testify to God's goodness and that there can still be wholeness and hope. I especially appreciated Marva's chapters on unproductivity and forgiveness. She is a highly educated and busy wri Even though I am not struggling with any chronic illnesses, I really appreciated Marva's insights.
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She is a highly educated and busy writer and educator but treating her many conditions takes up a lot of time and interferes with activites she would like to be doing. It's an excellent chapter on learning to accept our limitations and remembering that our worth does not come from how much we get done. Her chapter on forgivness is another telling of the gospel, which I need to hear over and over again.
Oct 02, benebean marked it as never-finished Shelves: accessible , nlibrary , nonfiction , philosophy-religion. I seem to have a lot of trouble with books on suffering So I almost always end up abandoning them since they seem to make me a worse person. Nov 12, Casey rated it really liked it.
I felt like it could have been edited a bit more as it felt somewhat repetitive at times, but so helpful and so important. Sep 17, Sarah Gifford rated it it was amazing. Amazing, amazing. Loved this book and will return to it in the future. Solid theological and compassionate response to those in chronic pain, and for those who are caregivers. Mar 04, Jami rated it it was ok. Great premise, but the vocabulary was a little hard to reach. Church language that I didn't understand, but the ideas behind them were wonderful! Ruth rated it really liked it May 11, Mel rated it really liked it Nov 01, Joelle rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Gor rated it did not like it May 08, Brant rated it really liked it Oct 31, Susan Windley-Daoust rated it really liked it Jun 11, Caitlin rated it did not like it Nov 05, Chanequa Walker-Barnes rated it really liked it Jul 14, Wendy Ku rated it really liked it Mar 17, Jeanann rated it really liked it Jun 03, Louanne Enns rated it really liked it Aug 05, Kim rated it really liked it Jun 02, Amy Ropp rated it it was amazing Jan 07, Gary Dillensnyder rated it really liked it Mar 26, Kasey rated it really liked it Jan 08, Rosie rated it really liked it Aug 20, Sharon Bailey rated it liked it Feb 20, Neil Steinwand rated it really liked it May 06, Kate rated it it was amazing Jul 08, Ian Ong rated it really liked it Jun 21, Joyce Geary rated it really liked it Nov 16, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
About Marva J. Marva J. Dawn is an American Christian theologian, author, musician and educator, associated with the parachurch organization "Christians Equipped for Ministry" in Vancouver, Washington. Filtered By:. Grid List. Order By: Top Matches. In stock online Not available in stores.
My Soul Waits by Marva J. Marva Dawn shares what the Psalms have to offer to those who feel isolated and alone, and who are waiting for God to act. Why is it so hard to serve God these days? Church workers suffer from low morale, while Christians of all stripes struggle to find their way in a culture fixated on sexuality, violence, and wealth. Dawn identifies the social and cultural issues and attitudes that contribute to despair and lack of hope in the world, and provides a way for Christians to identify appropriate primary concerns around which they should live their lives.
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