Suggested Resources for Recovery Collection

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ETMoore | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jun 8 2013 11:24 AM

I would like to suggest you add the following resources to Logos:

  1. A Hunger for Healing: The Twelve Steps as a Classic Model for Christian Spiritual Growth - J. Keith Miller, HarperCollins
  2. The Twelve Steps for Christians - RPI Publishing
  3. The Life Recovery Devotional: Thirty Meditations from Scripture for Each Step in Recovery - Stephen Arterburn & David Stoop, Tyndale House
  4. Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition - Alcoholics Anonymous World Services
  5. Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions - Alcoholics Anonymous World Services
  6. The Life Recovery Bible - Tyndale House
  7. False Intimacy - Dr. Harry W. Schaumburg, NavPress
  8. Clean: A Recovery Companion - Thomas Nelson
  9. TouchPoints for Recovery - Ronald A. Beers, Tyndale House
  10. Life's Healing Choices:Freedom from Your Hurt, Hang-ups, and Habits - John Baker, Howard Books
  11. Celebrate Recovery Bible - Zondervan
  12. Serenity: A Companion for Twelve Step Recovery - Dr. Robert Hemfelt & Dr. Richard Fowler, Thomas Nelson
  13. Recovery Devotional Bible - Verne Becker, Zondervan

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Floyd Johnson | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jun 8 2013 7:15 PM

14. Love is a Choice - Dr. Robert Hemfelt, Dr. Frank Minirth, Paul Meier M.D., Thomas Nelson

15. The Beauty of Broken - Elisa Morgan, Thomas Nelson

One is an older book, the other is not yet (officially) published. The first allowed me to start down the road toward recovery, the second allowed me to be thankful for how far I had come.


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Randy W. Sims | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Aug 16 2016 11:51 AM

The Life Recovery Bible - Tyndale House

Celebrate Recovery Bible - Zondervan

Let's see these in Logos, please!

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Matthew | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Aug 16 2016 12:45 PM

I fully support the inclusion of more clinical resources in Logos. Hopefully what Bob has brought up before about offering entire catalogs of secular publishers will eventually make this possible. In addition to a Chaplain's Library, I suspect there would be room for a Clinician's Library for those who work in addictions and mental health. 

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