Do you feel the darkness of depression closing in on you? Do you see no light at the end of the tunnel? Can anything dispel the darkness and bring back true peace and contentment to your heart? The answer is Yes—you can exchange the darkness of despair for the light of hope! You can avoid letting your mind become overshadowed with depression, choose practical actions to help alleviate depression, and choose to rely on God’s promises and walk in the light of his truth. As you see your problems from God’s point of view and fix your eyes on him, you’ll walk in the light again.
The Biblical Counseling Keys Series provides tools to help people breach spiritual barriers on their way to freedom in Christ. Each of the Keys presents God’s heart on specific issues and reveals ways to walk in spiritual victory in a simple, easy-to-read outline format. This is an ideal resource for pastors, teachers, counselors, or those involved in personal or group Bible studies.
In this volume, June Hunt discusses:
- What is depression?
- Four degrees of depression
- Understanding mood disorders
- Characteristics of depressed persons
- Causes of depression
- Title: Biblical Counseling Keys on Depression
- Author: June Hunt
- Publisher: Hope for the Heart
- Pages: 46
About June Hunt
June Hunt is a dynamic Christian leader whose life work has yielded landmark contributions in the field of Christian counseling. An author, singer, and speaker, she founded Hope For The Heart in 1986. Throughout the two decades since then, the organization has offered hope and help through biblically-based counsel and encouragement to people in 26 countries.
After years of teaching and research, she developed Counseling Through The Bible, a scripturally-based counseling course addressing approximately 100 topics, such as marriage and parenting, depression and anger, and stress and suicide. Inspired by this course, June authored and published the Biblical Counseling Keys, an in-depth, topical counseling library designed to “move people from wrong thinking to right thinking . . . and from wrong living to right living.”
June is a popular guest professor at colleges and seminaries and a sought-after conference speaker. She teaches and speaks nationally and internationally on topics such as crisis counseling, child abuse, wife abuse, homosexuality, forgiveness, singleness, and self-worth. She is also a popular speaker at religious and broadcasting events. She has written numerous books, including Seeing Yourself through God’s Eyes, Healing the Hurting Heart, Bonding with Your Teen through Boundaries, Caring for a Loved One with Cancer, How to Forgive . . . When You Don’t Feel Like It, and many others.