Side by Side

by Ed Welch     |     Book Summary


Author: Edward Welch
Publisher: Crossway
Date: April 30, 2015
Pages: 171


Every person goes through hardships and difficult circumstances. In the midst of these troubles, help is needed. Many people want to help, but don’t know where to find it. This book is for everyone currently in need of help or desiring to help others.

The best helpers are friends in ordinary relationships. When friends are equipped with practical wisdom and compassionate acts of love, they can often be more helpful than professional counselors and expert therapists. This book provides a guided plan for helping others, a plan that can benefit the pastor and layperson alike.

Its short, focused chapters make it an easy read with digestible content. Its straightforward language removes the intimidation of technical jargon that fills many counseling books. Its practicality inspires the “normal” Christian to confidently rise up to help others.





Side by Side

by Ed Welch

[ Book Summary ]



AuthorEdward Welch
PublisherCrossway
DateApril 30, 2015
Pages171


Overview:

Every person goes through hardships and difficult circumstances. In the midst of these troubles, help is needed. Many people want to help, but don’t know where to find it. This book is for everyone currently in need of help or desiring to help others.

The best helpers are friends in ordinary relationships. When friends are equipped with practical wisdom and compassionate acts of love, they can often be more helpful than professional counselors and expert therapists. This book provides a guided plan for helping others, a plan that can benefit the pastor and layperson alike.

Its short, focused chapters make it an easy read with digestible content. Its straightforward language removes the intimidation of technical jargon that fills many counseling books. Its practicality inspires the “normal” Christian to confidently rise up to help others.




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