In the first chapter of A Different Kind of Wild, Debbie Alsdorf says,
"Some assume if they wildly abandon themselve to God, they weill be expected toI knew when I read that snippet, I'd like Alsdorf's book. As a Woman in Lifelong Development (WILD) myself, I liked her upbeat tone and practical encouragement with a healthy dose of good counseling thrown in. Debbie is a biblical lay counselor and member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
have a holy and serious posture - bland, reserved, well, boring - when their real
personality is happy, bubbly, and a bit silly."
Questions at the end of each chapter reinforce the message and an expanded study guide in the back of the book makes it suitable for group study. Recommended.
Paperback: 207 pages
Publisher: Revell (July 1, 2009)
Visit Debbie Alsdorf's Website: Design4Living Ministries.