Counseling to Faith Volume I (Paperback)

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Harry has been running Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment programs for over thirty years. It is from this professional mindset that he shares his insights from the Bible. First he walks the reader through the scriptures on how we are made in the image of God but are fallen. Then he integrates our design and sin nature with Jesus' teaching in the Parable of the Sower, where Jesus identifies four different spiritual conditions. Lastly, he takes the reader through a clinical observation of reviewing Jesus' work with each of the four types of spiritual conditions. This book is not about drugs. It is about how we are all damaged and in need of a recovery program. He shows how Jesus as the "Wonderful Counselor" models the delivery of this recovery program. He was Director of Counseling at White Deer Run (Allenwood, Pa.) for ten years. For over twenty years he has been the Drug and Alcohol Treatment Manager at the State Correctional Institution at Muncy, which is a women's prison. He has earned his B.A. degree in Psychology from Millersville University and his M.A. Degree in Counseling from Liberty University. His Masters Degree was from a Christian perspective and his studies included two Masters level theology courses. From 9/94 through 5/03 he taught two Drug & Alcohol courses at Lycoming College. He has been a Certified Addictions Counselor since 1979, a Certified Clinical Supervisor since 1995 and a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2002. He has studied the entire Bible from 1982 to 1985 and has served as a Deacon, Elder and Bible Study and Sunday School teacher. Harry has been married to Carla for over thirty-seven years and they have two children and two grandchildren. They reside in Milton, Pa. "In God We Trust". He can be contacted at

Product Details
ISBN: 9781619967434
ISBN-10: 161996743X
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication Date: March 27th, 2012
Pages: 198
Language: English

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