At the Crossroads
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Real life-changing freedom can be yours by challenging 5 Core False Beliefs!
Five Core False Beliefs are behind most emotional and relational unhealthiness. If you ever struggle with feelings that you will never be good enough, or that you are unlovable or worthless, the teachings in this book will be eye-opening and life-giving for you. Applying this material will enable you to live in the freedom you’ve been longing for. Do not be held captive any longer by the crippling lies you have believed!
Greg Smalley, Focus on the Family, Vice-President, Marriage and Family Formation, Colorado Springs, CO
To work on emotional and relational difficulties, you have to do more than change your behavior. This book can help you recognize the myths you may believe about yourself and find out how God really created you to live.
James Ranger III, Lead Pastor, New Life Church, Bakersfield, CA
I am so pumped up about this book! Pete Kuiper clearly explains the life-transformational, Bible-and-psychology based principles and practices that God used to help me and my wife, Lydia, at Crossroads Counseling of the Rockies. Pete has the amazing spiritual gift to couple Bible truth AND sound psychological principles in therapy. Read this book ASAP—you too can be on the road to recovery and experiencing the healing grace of God.
Reid Lehman, President/ CEO of Miracle Hill Ministries, Greenville, SC
I’ve known Pete Kuiper as a friend, teacher and servant of Christ for twenty years. Now, wisdom from Pete’s counseling ministry is accessible in this book. I will use it for personal growth and as a teaching guide, and I look forward to sharing it with many of my friends. This critical resource will be used by God for life transformation!
About the Author
In 2001, Pete Kuiper co-founded Crossroads Counseling of the Rockies, specializing in a two-week Intensive Counseling approach. Since then clients from 48 states, as well as 10 foreign countries, have experienced deep healing through this program. Prior to Crossroads, he was a program director for Rapha Treatment Centers and then for Minirth Meier New Life Clinics. Pete graduated from Calvin College and has a Master's in Social Work (MSW) from Western Michigan University. He and Marty, his wife of 48 years, have two married sons, seven precious grandchildren, and get to live in the amazing mountain town of Buena Vista, Colorado.