Summer Ad

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This is the ad that is appearing in various publications this summer. I think it’s nicely done, and gets at the heart of what it’s a bout pretty clearly. Let me know when you see it in print and where!

-DMR

5 thoughts on “Summer Ad”

  1. Just finished reading the electronic version. What a moving story. Our pastor just came off a long sabbatical and although I have talked with him about depression, your book really helped me understand things better. I thank God for finding a wonderful church that cares for her shepherd as I think ours does. I have known you for a long time, but would never have guessed the pain you were going through. God bless you in your continued journey down a brighter road. As you suggest, I will pray for you, my pastors and all of your brothers that shepherd God's people. Jeff Nielsen

  2. Just finished reading the electronic version. What a moving story. Our pastor just came off a long sabbatical and although I have talked with him about depression, your book really helped me understand things better. I thank God for finding a wonderful church that cares for her shepherd as I think ours does. I have known you for a long time, but would never have guessed the pain you were going through. God bless you in your continued journey down a brighter road. As you suggest, I will pray for you, my pastors and all of your brothers that shepherd God's people. Jeff Nielsen

  3. Jeff,

    I'm very glad to hear that your pastor has such a great congregation. So do I. So many pastors don't have that kind of support. All the best to you and your family.

  4. Jeff,

    I'm very glad to hear that your pastor has such a great congregation. So do I. So many pastors don't have that kind of support. All the best to you and your family.

  5. As soon as your book arrived in the mail, I sat down and read it. I've suffered from acute clinical depression for over 20 years. Your explanation of the difference between real and imagined guilt makes so much sense. Psychiatrists and counselors have tried to explain that to me for years, but never in theological terms. I also appreciate your compassionate treatment of suicide which all too often is a result of the illness or even of the medications used to treat the illness. I pray that you are one of those people who have one major episode of depression in their entire life. May your congregation continue to support your healthier lifestyle to guard against any recurrence. Gog's blessings on your ministry. Jan Lutz

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