Blackbird Comes Calling: The intersection of faith, science and depression. Christians do get depressed. - eBook
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Blackbird Comes Calling: The intersection of faith, science and depression. Christians do get depressed. - eBook  -     By: Jackie Swanson

Blackbird Comes Calling: The intersection of faith, science and depression. Christians do get depressed. - eBook

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Title: Blackbird Comes Calling: The intersection of faith, science and depression. Christians do get depressed. - eBook
By: Jackie Swanson
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781449734152
ISBN-13: 9781449734152
Stock No: WW31429EB

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Blackbird Comes Calling brings faith, science, and the world of mental illness together, providing a refreshing, inspirational look into the need for faith and medicine to work together for the benefit of mental health. The author, who has lived in, through, with, and beside depression her entire life, has a deep insight into the struggles, accomplishments, challenges, and disappointments accompanying mental health concerns. Through short devotions, personal stories, homilies, informational sections, and biblical quotes, Jackie Swanson brings the reader to the understanding and appreciation of how faith and medicine working together can bring a fabulous balance to life.

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