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Everyone’s Job – Repairing Damaged Relationships by N. Dane Tyner

Everyone’s Job – Repairing Damaged Relationships

by N. Dane Tyner

Pages: 68

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Family
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Inspirational

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662806476

Price : $10.99

In 40 years of ministry, working with struggling people in the intimate setting of a counseling office, I have discovered two things: Damaged relationships are terribly common, and many people don’t know what to do about them. Most people do the best they know to do, but relational healing is not accomplished when we fail to do the needed thing, or worse, do something else that actually increases the damage.
In this writing, I help my reader gain a better grasp on the tools needed to repair damaged relationships and enable the proper use of them. Until we know to do better, we typically continue to do the things that don’t work. Repairing damaged relationships is often very difficult at best; attempting the work without necessary knowledge and skills, however, is impossible.
What you will read herein can help you address damage to relationships, whether you caused the damage or you have suffered damage as a result of another’s actions. My family of origin did not equip me with these truths. Grasping them has helped me build better relationships in God’s wisdom. You can, too!

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Dane Tyner grew up in Indiana, the middle child of a fairly poor and pretty dysfunctional family. After completing high school, he served in the Navy for four years. Dane embraced Jesus as Lord in his mid-20’s. He then earned a degree from Oral Roberts University where he studied church history, theology, and psychology. His ordination is with the independent Christian Churches. While in the pastorate, Dane returned to college to pursue a master’s degree in counseling psychology. His passion is helping struggling people overcome life’s challenges in the Lord Jesus.

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