Do you want to feel good every day?
Then STOP the Crisis
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|Once you taste this book you are hooked.||
Crisis: Identity is not just another book, it is a must have for each person who desires to unlock the door to personal identity and awareness. Soak your feet in the river of knowledge that is placed in the God-code for your life. Within these exciting pages find practical guidelines and models to help work through pain and disappointment that often manifests in negative behaviours. The sadness that is a tell-tale sign of a dysfunctional home will melt away as page after page opens the door to discover the possibility of a renewed self. Then, inhale the wonderful breath of relief as you become captivated by the wonder of your new identity.
“When I looked at the crisis in homes, churches, businesses schools, governments and the world as a whole, I was compelled to write this book. My desire was to touch each reader with hope. The task of bringing this world to an identifiable state where we love one another is huge. Nevertheless, I know that we were created in God’s likeness and image and God has placed in each of us a code to lead us to Himself. I believe that, if we can pull ourselves from the quagmire of selflessness, despair and condemnation and see ourselves the way God sees us, we will, by His power, take back our lives. We will rise from a state of demise to enlightenment through recognition of our God-code.”
Rev. Delta McNeish M CE/C
Delta McNeish was born in Jamaica and has lived in Canada for over 42 years. During this time she has been a Minister, a Chaplain and is now a counsellor. She has worked as a rehab counsellor at a brain injury facility and earned a certificate in “Neurobehavioral Rehabilitation” while there. She is a certified marriage counsellor (CMC) has earned a certification in Pastoral Counselling (CPC) from The Evangelical Order of Pastoral Counsellors of America, is recognized as a General Practice Psychotherapist (GPP) by the Canadian Christian Clinical Counsellors Association, and has obtained her Doctorate in Counselling from EOCPC in Calgary.
Delta now resides in London with her husband George. She facilitates a Wellness Group at Dale Brain Injury Services and provides counselling services in her London Office. See Heart 2 Heart Counselling Services.
Other accomplishments also include the release of a CD entitled “The Spirit and The Bride.” The music on “The Spirit and the Bride” was inspired by the “Holy Spirit” and comes from Delta’s love for the Lord and her life experiences. Delta’s desire is that the music she writes and sings will inspire the listener, raise spirits and draw people closer together in love for each other and for God.
Crisis: Identity is Delta’s first book and is an autobiographical account of how she recovered from abuse using the strategies that she now passes on to clients that have suffered similar abuses. It also offers strategies that will help everyone learn their Identity as being made in God’s Image and therefore lead a more peaceful and successful life.
This easy to read book has a lot of practical information to inform both laymen and professionals. Guided by her studies, life experiences and Holy Spirit, Delta has set forth realistic models that can guide anyone to a better life style, or be used by those in the counseling profession to help their clients. When put into practice, her models can help to make a bad relationship good, and a good relationship better. We all need, at times, to be reminded of our connection to our creator. In Crisis: Identity Delta not only reminds us of this connection, but offers solutions that will bring us closer to God and therefore become more united with His children, all of Humanity.
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
We were created in God’s Image. This is our identity. When we become separated from that identity we enter into a crisis situation.
Do you want Delta McNeish to talk to your Church or group about Crisis: Identity?
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