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Bibliografia: Hábitos que dominam e vícios

Bibliografia: Hábitos que dominam e vícios

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Published by: Conexão Conselho Bíblico on Feb 06, 2010
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ADAMS, Jay E.
 Para vencer o vício.
 2. ed. Brasília: Refúgio, 1992. 20 p.
Como fazer agora que você está viciado em álcool ou outras drogas? Existe uma saída.
Links na web: 
 FITZPARTRICK, Elyse (edit), CORNISH, Carol (edit.).
 Mulheres ajudando mulheres
. Rio de Janeiro: CPAD, 2001. 608 p
. Um verdadeiro guia para mulheres cristãs que desejam se dedicar ao ministério do aconselhamento feminino. As autoras apresentam as bases e os métodos bíblicos de aconselhamento, uma visão da mulher na Bíblia e os diferentes problemas que as mulheres enfrentam na vida.
Links na web: 
FITZPARTRICK, Elyse (org).
 Mulheres aconselhando mulheres
. São Paulo: Nutra, 2013, 427 p
. Planejado para uso próprio e também como guia para o aconselhamento de outras pessoas, este livro - que recebeu a contribuição de mais de 20 conselheiras bíblicas - oferece respostas que encorajarão e resistirão ao tempo porque a Palavra de Deus é atemporal e repleta de auxílio  prático para os problemas que as mulheres enfrentam.
Links na web: 
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WELCH, Edward.
Vícios
: um banquete no túmulo. São Paulo: NUTRA, 2010. 350 p.
Vivemos em uma cultura em que a teoria e a linguagem sobre o vício são controladas por categorias seculares. Termos como
doença
,
tratamento
, e mesmo
vício
 nos levam à ideia de que estes problemas têm a sua causa final no corpo ao invés de na alma - uma visão comumente aceita e completamente oposta ao ensinamento bíblico. Pensar biblicamente sobre estes  problemas difíceis exige muito mais do que a redefinição de termos.
Links na web: 
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Coleção de bibliografias
Conexão Conselho Bíblico
 
Hábitos que dominam e vícios
 
 
INGLÊS
 
BAKER, Amy.
 Relief without cutting:
taking your negative feelings to God. Greensboro, NC: New Growth, 2011. 24 p.
 People handle the hard things in life in all different ways. You're looking for relief, but is this the respite you really want? There is a better way to manage your negative emotions. Instead of cutting--the never-ending cycle of hiding and going deeper and deeper--you can go to Jesus with all of your troubles.
Links na web: 
LELEK, Jeremy.
Cutting 
: a healing response. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R,
 
2012. 32 p.
Self-mutilation is a means of dealing with deep, complex emotional turmoil by disfiguring the  body with knives, razor blades, or needles. The sufferings of Jesus Christ, however, and the finished work of the Cross offer hope, security, and healing. This booklet illustrates how those struggling with cutting can apply the gospel (death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ) in  practical ways to their issues of cutting.
Links na web: 
 
McCOY, Shannon Kay.
 HELP! I'm a slave to food 
. Greenville, SC: Day One, 2011. 64 p.
Overeating is a silent, subtle, even respectable sin--but it hinders the spiritual growth and effectiveness of many, including Christians. Perhaps you struggle with it too. If so, this booklet can help you--not as a diet plan, but as a compass directing you to the heart of the problem and to the only solution.
Links na web: 
 
NOTCHEVA, Marie.
 Redeemed from the pit 
: biblical repentance and restoration from the bondage of eating disorders. Calvary Press, 2011. 317 p.
Are you one (or do you know someone) of the literally thousands who suffer from an eating disorder, most likely bulimia? Here is hope! Drawing from her own experiences with the disorder, author Marie Notcheva shows you how to overcome this life-destroying habit.
Links na web: 
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PLAYFAIR, William L.
The useful lie
: how the recovery industry has entrapped america in a disease model of addiction. Stanley,NC: Timeless Texts, 2004. 192 p.
You've seen the books on the bestseller lists. You've heard the ads for alcoholism and drug addiction treatment centers on radio and TV. You've read about the phenomenal growth of recovery in newspapers and magazines. Now find out the real truth about recovery. It is time to  blow the whistle on the recovery industry. The Useful Lie provides all the necessary evidence. More than that, it points the way toward genuine freedom from addiction.
Links na web: 
 POWLISON, David.
 Breaking the addictive cycle
: deadly obsessions or simple pleasures? Greensboro, NC: New Growth Press: 2010. 32 p.
You are bored or stressed or hurt. Something is hard in life and you want a break. What do you grab for that you hope will protect, soothe, and comfort? Whatever it is
 — 
shopping, overeating, drinking, drugs
 — 
 promises relief, but never delivers. Instead, you are left feeling empty, anxious, guilty, and wanting more. David Powlison shares that God made us for rest and  pleasure, not for an obsessed and unsatisfied life.
Links na web: 
 
 
SCOTT, Stuart
 . 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.
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 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.
Links na web: 
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SHAW, Mark 
 . 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.
Links na web: 
SHAW, Mark 
 . 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.
Links na web: 
SHAW, Mark 
 . 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.
Links na web: 
SHAW, Mark 
 . 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.
 
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