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Speaking the Truth in Love: How To Be an Assertive Christian (edition 1992)

by Ruth N. Koch (Author)

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Title:Speaking the Truth in Love: How To Be an Assertive Christian
Authors:Ruth N. Koch (Author)
Info:Stephen Ministries (1992), Edition: 1st, 199 pages
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Being Christian and being assertive are not mutually exclusive. Principles in this book will help Christians learn to communicate with others in a confident, assertive, Christ-like fashion. Assertiveness is presented in a distinctively Christian manner focusing particularly on the way Jesus related to others. Readers are taught to recognize the difference between passive, aggressive, and assertive responses, and are encouraged to be honest, direct, open, and natural in their relationships with others. A Biblically-based book that incorporates the soundest principles of psychology.
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