. Killing sin habits:
conquering sin with radical faith. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2013. 78 p.
Scripture teaches that Christians are to actively subdue or mortify sin habits. In this book, Stuart Scott describes a repetitive and perfect pattern for sin, and how God, through the work of the Holy Spirit and radical faith, can help you conquer sin in your life.
SCOTT, Stuart (edit), LAMBERT, Heath (edit).
Counseling the hard cases
: true stories illustrating the sufficiency of God's resources in Scripture. Nashville, TN: B&H Academic, 2012. 368 p.
Stuart Scott and Heath Lambert use the true stories of real patients to show how the truths of
God’s Word can be released to bring help, hope, and heal
ing into the lives of those who struggle with some of the most difficult psychiatric diagnoses.
. Cross talking:
a daily gospel for transforming addicts. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2010. 104 p.
A 45-Day devotional book designed to transform your thoughts that lead to addiction of many types into gospel thinking that brings glory to God. We are too easily conformed to this world and these daily readings will direct you away from the temporary pleasures of self to victorious living in Christ.
. Divine intervention:
hope and help for families of addicts. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2007. 114 p.
This book will bring encouragement and hope to family members, spouses, or loved ones of an addict. It will challenge your thinking about the addiction and enable you to best help your addicted loved one in a biblical manner.
. Eating disorders:
hope for hungering soul. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2014. 114 p.
This is a small book chocked full of biblical principles, a diary by someone in the struggle, and real hope. It will be an easy read for counselors, those in the struggle, and anyone wanting to learn more about how to help a person to grow and change.
. The heart of addiction
. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2008. 256 p.
This book makes the distinction between what the world terms a “disease” and what Scripture
demonstrates is a life-dominating sin nature problem. You will find biblical tools to help you
examine your heart’s motives at the root of the addiction.