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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
Maintaining one’s faith in the face of today’s distractions is not always easy, but Tom McQueen provides an excellent guide for making the effort in Jesus Therapy: The Best Advice Money Can’t Buy. This well respected Christian therapist has put all his knowledge of scripture and his experience in sharing the Christian approach to solving problems together to create an easy to read guide to navigating the thoughts and issues that make so many people unhappy. With clear and even humorous examples of the pitfalls that keep people from feeling the warmth of God’s love, Tom McQueen shares how he counsels people to overcome the lapse in their Christian practice and offers a prayer for each topic to help address the concern directly with God.
Broken into chapters that address specific failings people have regarding one another and their path to being at one with God, Jesus Therapy provides a straight forward approach to putting aside the temptations and negatives that draw people away from following God and the teachings of Jesus Christ so that path to salvation is clear once again. In no way a condemnation of the way we live, this book is a kind reminder that there is a better option than falling prey to the unhealthy attitudes and behaviors that many people choose to escape the harshness of today’s world.
For anyone with some belief in God, or even for someone wondering what this type of faith is about, this is the perfect book to connect with the teachings of Jesus Christ as they relate to living a life that is not burdened with guilt, hurt and despair. I am quite impressed with the friendly, down to earth tone of the book which makes following the author's advice and suggested prayers quite inviting.