Thursday, June 11, 2020

Moving Beyond Anxiety by David Chadwick

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Hey all!!

Anxiety, stress, depression and many other things like this are presently affecting more people than ever before.  The stay at home orders, coronavirus, rioting and other things going on today are all factors in bringing about feelings of anxiety.  When I was offered the opportunity to read this new book Moving Beyond Anxiety by David Chadwick I truly wanted to see what he had to say from a Biblical perspective.  He gives us 12 practical strategies to renew your mind and help you overcome the fear and worry that seems to plague many in these trying times.

The 12 Strategies are:
Focus on Faith
Pray
Fast
Cast
Consider Creation
Ponder the Prepositions
Remember
Sing
Remember Your Body
Develop an Eternal Perspective
Get Good Teammates
Realize God Do Not Give You a Spirit of Fear

In this book he will encourage you to look to Jesus Christ the one who can help you overcome worry, fear and anxiety.  He uses Scripture to help you focus on your faith, spend time in prayer, care for your health, remember God's promises to you, as well as other things that will help strengthen your walk with Christ.

The first two chapters will help you identify your anxiety and the rest of the book is designed to show you how to overcome anxiety.  In this book you will learn that most anxiety is brought on by fear and worry.  The battle with anxiety takes place in your mind.  David Chadwick reminds you that the Lord does not want you to worry and fear, so you need to change the way you think.



About David Chadwick:

David Chadwick is presently the pastor of Moments of Hope Church in Charlotte, N.C. He has been a pastor for almost 40 years. He played basketball under the legendary coach, Dean Smith, at the University of North Carolina and was a member of the Final Four 1969 team. David also has a graduate counseling psychology degree from the University of Florida and an MDiv and DMin from Columbia Theological Seminary. These post graduate degrees have allowed David to combine therapeutic counseling theories with biblical truth. David is the author of nine books and hosts a weekly talk show on faith and values on WBT in Charlotte, N.C. He has been married to the love of his life, Marilynn, for 42 years and has three children, Bethany, David Banner, and Michael. They have given David and Marilynn seven grandchildren.
You can find David on Facebook - Here
Moments of Hope website: https://momentsofhope.org/

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