Speaking the Truth in Love



Are you able to make friends and deepen those friendships when you desire? Are you able to express your thoughts, feelings and needs, even when they differ from those around you? Are you able to talk about things that bother you in ways that show love and respect to those with whom you are frustrated? If your answer to any of the questions above is “no,” Speaking the Truth in Love will provide practical guidelines to help you achieve those objectives. It attempts to show that setting healthy boundaries is compatible with our biblical calling to love and serve one another. Henry Virkler is a Christian psychologist who has been teaching Christian counseling for the past thirty years. Other books include Broken Promises: Understanding, Healing and Preventing Affairs, Hermeneutics: Principles and Processes of Biblical Interpretation, Choosing a New Pastor: The Complete Handbook, and A Christian’s Guide to Critical Thinking. Dr. Virkler and his wife have two sons and reside in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He teaches in the counseling program at Palm Beach Atlantic University.

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