31 Ways To Be a One-Another Christian by Stuart Scott
“Nobody reaches out to me when I go to church.” “This church really isn’t much of a family.”
Have you heard these kinds of comments? How sad if they are true, especially as God’s Word has so much to say about how believers should interact with one another! An array of interpersonal problems between spouses, children, parents, siblings, friends, coworkers can easily develop, but if you are a Christian, you can put the Bible’s message into practice and see how radically it transforms your relationships with others.
By carefully examining the “one another” commands in Scripture, the authors provide a Word-based understanding of what God intends for Christian relationships—showing not only what they look like, but also how to develop them.
Enjoy reading and sharing this book; it’s very well suited for individuals, couples, and small groups.
I’m so thankful for this excellent resource and will make regular use of it!
—Pamela Gannon — ABCB Certified Biblical Counselor, co-author of In the Aftermath: Past the Pain of Childhood Sexual Abuse
I recommend this study for individuals, family devotions, small groups, and one-on-one discipleship opportunities.
—Jim Berg — Professor of Biblical Counseling, BJU Seminary
This book is an excellent idea! It is convicting and very practical. I highly recommend it.
—Martha Peace — ABCB Certified Biblical Counselor, Author of The Excellent Wife
This is one of the most helpful books to come along in a long time.
—Bill Shannon — Pastor of Discipleship Counseling, Grace Community Church
Stuart Scott teaches in the graduate program of biblical counseling at The Master’s University in Santa Clarita, California. He has over forty years of experience in counseling and pastoral ministry. He is a Fellow with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Stuart is an author as well and is married to his wife, Zondra, and they have two grown children and two grandchildren.
S. Andrew Jin (B.S., The University of Virginia; M.Div, The Master’s Seminary; M.A. Biblical Counseling, The Master’s University) grew up in Fairfax, Virginia, but now calls Stevenson Ranch, California his home with his wife, Esther, and his three children, Hope, Abigail, and Caleb. He is a Director at an alternative investments firm in West Los Angeles. He is also a contributing author to a chapter in Men Counseling Men: A Biblical Guide to the Major Issues Men Face (Dr. John D. Street, General Editor).