Many Christians like to think of themselves as “spiritually mature.” But Peter Scazzero, in his book Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, explores the idea that it's impossible to be spiritually mature, while remaining emotionally immature. The two go hand-in-hand.
Too often, Christians ignore the emotional status of their soul and plateau in their spiritual growth. Scazzero addresses this issue head-on as the first part of the book deals directly with emotional problems associated with unhealthy spirituality, and the last part of the book offers hopeful solutions for readers.
What sets this book apart from others is the Christian perspective from which Scazzero writes. He acknowledges that the only way to get help and achieve transformation in one’s emotions comes from God.
Although this book is an “easy-read,” it’s better to work through it slowly to get the most out of it. If you’re ready to get to find emotional healing and freedom, be sure to check out Emotionally Healthy Spirituality today!