Book review: The Christian’s Guide to Stress Management

Stress is an everyday occurrence for most people,but over the past three years God has been teaching me His own take and perspective on stress.  Whilst surfing on Twitter today,I came across a tweet on a book on Christian Stress Management, so I did a bit of further browsing on the book and the vision behind the book.  Although I am yet to read it, from the contents page I can see that the book seems to cover the stress response and stress management tips in a way that is potentially beneficial for most Believers who are trying to deal with and manage both acute and chronic stress.

Book Title:  God In Our Stress: The Christian’s Guide to Stress Management

Author: James Klotzle

Summary: Are you feeling stressed, Christian? What exactly is stress?

Where does it come from, and how does it really affect us? More importantly, what does God have to say about stress?

Isn’t stress like the impartial rain,falling on both the just and the unjust?

How would a Christian handle stress differently from anyone else? 

There is good news!  God promises to give His children special help when it comes to dealing with stress.   Are we taking full advantage of the gifts He has given us?  Are we living out the peace,joy and victory that is available to us? Find out how in this full length Christian self-help book, with workbook-style activity pages after every chapter.  Perfect for both personal use and small group study.

Hear James explain the background to his book by watching the video below, or purchase your own copy of the book today.

God in our Stress: The Christian’s Guide to Stress Management from jamesthomas1 on GodTube.

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  1. says

    Well stress is the imp thing and its present in everyone .stress comes out through many reasons like work, personal life, love,and the points which u meantime are very important.. without these things, u will be in only stress only and will not able to get out of it.. family,etc..

  2. Mark Fratzke says

    It may seem that there’s nothing you can do about stress. The bills won’t stop coming, there will never be more hours in the day, and your career and family responsibilities will always be demanding. But you have more control than you might think. In fact, the simple realization that you’re in control of your life is the foundation of stress management. Managing stress is all about taking charge: of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way you deal with problems.’

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    • Florence Achama says

      Hello Mark, thank you for stopping by. You raise an interesting point about the impact our beliefs can have on our experience of stress, we have to accept that there will be things in life with the power to stress us, we can’t escape these things but we can change the way we think about them. I think the key difference between secular and Christian/Biblical stress management is the realisation of several things:

      • God doesn’t want us to remain in a state of worry, fear and anxiety and that He has made a way out for us
      • Discovering what that way is and applying its truth in a practical and transformational way

      So the key difference I guess is that it’s not all about us and what we can do but what can happen when we allow God to work in and through us which includes working on our belief systems.

      Thank you again for stopping by.

  3. Fletcher Cristiano says

    People who don’t manage stress well can have headaches, stomach pain, sleeping problems, illness, and depression. You can help manage stress by journaling, meditating, exercising, talking to others, or engaging in a hobby.”^^-

    Till next time <

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