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Side by Side txt Side by Side , text ebook Side by Side , adobe reader Side by Side , chapter 2 Side by Side , Side by Side ec2aab Practical Guidance For Loving Others WellEveryone Needs Help From Time To Time, Especially In The Midst Of Painful Circumstances And Difficult Trials In This Short Book, A Highly Respected Biblical Counselor And Successful Author Offers Practical Guidance For All Christians Pastors And Laypeople Alike Who Want To Develop Their Helping Skills When It Comes To Walking Alongside Hurting People.Written Out Of The Conviction That Friends Are The Best Helpers, This Accessible Introduction To Biblical Counseling Will Equip Believers To Share Their Burdens With One Another Through Gentle Words Of Wisdom And Kind Acts Of Love This Book Is Written For Those Eager To See God Use Ordinary Relationships And Conversations Between Ordinary Christians To Work Extraordinary Miracles In The Lives Of His People.

About the Author: Edward T. Welch

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10 thoughts on “Side by Side

  1. says:

    Loved this book I m sure there are many church members who sometimes feel as though they are invisible or left out of circles of friends who have small children or for whatever reason, feel hurt and lonely within the body of Christ This book is fu...

  2. says:

    Distilled wisdom for personal ministry.Don t be fooled by the size or simplicity of this slender volume Welch has packed a lot of understanding of how people tick and how to help them into short sentences, paragraphs and chapters Bears repeating.

  3. says:

    The three stars doesn t really reflect the quality of the book it is like saying a river is on average two feet deep Parts of the book were outstanding, five stars, particularly near the end of the book But the first part of the ...

  4. says:

    Such a helpful, practical book on how wisely love others through our conversations The working assumption or lens of this book is that we are needy, ordinary, generally unimpressive people but through a relationship knowing Jesus Christ, are able to be helpful and needed people to others I appreciate the punchy practical chapters, which makes it a very accessible read Had the privilege of reading the book in preparation for a workshop led by Ed Welch as part of Biblical Counselling Au Such a helpful, practical book on how wisely love others through our conversations The working assumption or lens of this book is that we are needy, ordinary, generally u...

  5. says:

    This book is like a manual for getting through life with others when your goal is becominglike Christ It s short it but it covers a lot and is helpfully broken down into specific topics to be easy to reference The books starts with the idea that we are needy and we are needed Giving and needing help are both essential in the life of a Christian Anything that reminds us that w...

  6. says:

    This was a pretty quick listen through before parish groups start reading together next week It s also the first Welch book I ve managed to make it through after starting three or four others He s one of those guys who I know has a lot of good things to say, but I just don t f...

  7. says:

    Didn t finish Chucked it after about two thirds The best parts were shallow and condescending, the worst were unbiblical and pure folly.

  8. says:

    Welch shares a lot of wisdom here about helping others Nothing in the book stood out as a new insight but everything was true and a helpful reminder.The layout and font choices were also rad.

  9. says:

    This is one of the best books I ve read on connecting with folks in a church Our elders just read this book and it has sparked a lot of good discussions and seems to be cultivating a really good atmosphere of walking with others in very practical ways ...

  10. says:

    Highly recommend for Christians who struggle with breaking the ice, or transitioning superficial interactions into meaningful ones, or who serve in counseling, small group or discipleship capacities, or who are themselves in need of help and prayer and counsel Basically, everyone.

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