We all face challenging times of deep crisis which can potentially bring about deep depression. But we can overcome the spirit of depression by developing a Christ-centered, radically renewed, and totally transformed mindset. This book will help you develop the right coping skills to deal with distress, grief, sadness, and deep depression. Coping instead of doping. Coping by praying instead of straying. Coping by walking instead of stalking. Coping by healing instead of stealing. Whether admitted or not, everyone on the earth will experience some level of depression in this journey called life. Yet we can overcome the spirit of depression through God’s grace and guidance.
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About the Author
Noted author, Civil Rights and Human Rights activist, Arthur L. Mackey, Jr., is the senior pastor of the historic Mount Sinai Baptist Church Cathedral in Roosevelt, New York, which owns I Support Roosevelt Youth Center. He is also president of Vision of Victory Ministries and Chairman of the Mount Sinai Development Corporation and I Support Roosevelt Youth Center of Long Island. He is a graduate of Virginia Union University in Richmond, Virginia, where he majored in religion and philosophy. He is married to Elder Brenda J. Mackey, a Social Worker and Mental Health Counselor. They have three children: Yolanda Mackey Barkers who is married to Corey Barkers, Jordan Mackey, and Faith Mackey.
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