Becoming an Oak of Righteousness
Overview - Do you or someone you know experience stress, fear, or anger? Rejection, hurts, and anxiety weaken our root system in the same way stress causes an oak trees roots susceptibility to attacks from insects and disease. A mighty oak tree starts out as a tiny acorn and grows to over 100 feet. Read more...
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Do you or someone you know experience stress, fear, or anger? Rejection, hurts, and anxiety weaken our root system in the same way stress causes an oak trees roots susceptibility to attacks from insects and disease. A mighty oak tree starts out as a tiny acorn and grows to over 100 feet. The first years of growth are focused on establishing a deep root system. This extensive system is the main support of the tree for the rest of its life. An oak tree is known for its longevity and strength to stand firm in a storm. The strong root system makes it stand secure. Applying God's truths found in this book will help you to stand strong like an oak tree in the middle of the storms of life. Becoming deeply rooted in learning who you are and who God is will develop that strength. "In counseling as we started to dig, the soil of my heart was hard, like the Arizona desert, needing a little digging and much water to get deeper. Patiently, little by little, week after week, defeated self-living was replaced with Jesus. Now I can wholeheartedly say, 'The world needs more of Him and less of me.'" -Manuela "I found these truths are not just for the brain, like the university and seminary, but are for having Jesus as my life. This is what I want for counseling people all over the world." -Pastor Vladimir in Russia Joann Burkholder is a Biblical Discipleship Counselor and has trained and counseled women for over thirty years. She travels in the United States and other countries teaching and sharing at conferences and retreats. Married to her husband Marty for forty three years, they parented two daughters, who have blessed them with five energetic grandchildren.