Through his research, Dr. Christopher Kaczor shows there’s a profound intersection between what psychology says and Christian faith says about how to be a happier person. He explores this in his book, The Gospel of Happiness, and shows not only the research but highlights seven steps on how to become a happier person. Learn more at http://www.imagecatholicbooks.com/book/237759/the-gospel-of-happiness/
Everyone wants to be happier. But what is happiness? Christopher Kaczor suggests answers to these and other questions about how to be happier. In The Gospel of Happiness, Kaczor highlights seven ways in which positive psychology and Christian practice can lead to personal and spiritual transformation.
“You are gods.” Blasphemy? No, those words, spoken by Jesus in the Gospel of John and alluded to in Psalm 82, convey the holy longing many of us experience in our day-to-day lives. We are little gods in search of a big God. We want more. More love, more power, more peace, more joy, more satisfaction. Eventually, we tell ourselves that we need to stop listening to that ache in our hearts, which so often leads to disappointment and brokenness. But in Broken Gods, a new book by Gregory Popcak, he shows there is another option. Inspirational and practical, Broken Gods helps identify what our aches tell us about our destiny and demonstrate a commonsense means for fulfilling it.
Combining history, politics, and religion, Mike Aquilina and Jim Papandrea provide practical lessons to be learned from the struggles of the Early Church, lessons that can be applied to the day-to-day lives of Christian readers.
The controversial president of The Catholic League shows how the Church may be the best guide for achieving long-term health and happiness. In his latest book, The Catholic Advantage, Donohue turns his attention to the ways Catholicism is experienced by believers. Here, he explores a simplified and practical way of looking at the faith, something he calls Common Sense Catholicism. Donohue shows how the application of beliefs, bonds and boundaries yields a life of health, happiness and heaven. But, this isn’t just his opinion: Donohue backs up his insights with new and challenging research.