Christians are often criticized for being unrealistic.
The sixteen chapters in this study help put things back into proper perspective. They address the fact that Christians struggle with many of the life issues that everyone else faces. Our faith does not make us immune to anger, depression, inferiority, loneliness, or resentment. We, too, grapple with the gray issues in life, the loss of loved ones, and the weight of discouragement.
We are not different because we are free of problems, but because we have a power within us that the world can not claim—the power of the Holy Spirit who enables us to view our problems through the lens of God's Word. The scriptural counsel in each of these studies provide the realism and encouragement you need to face life's problems with God's hope.