Larry Crabb

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Larry Crabb is a well-known Christian psychologist, conference and seminar speaker, Bible teacher, and author of more than 25 books—including his most recent, When God’s Ways Make No Sense and two Gold Medallion award-winners Inside Out and Understanding People. He is also the founder/director of NewWay Ministries & most recently his "legacy ministry", LargerStory.com. In addition to various other speaking and teaching opportunities, Crabb offers a week-long School of Spiritual Direction held each year here at The Cove and the Glen Eyrie in CO. He currently is scholar-in-residence at Colorado Christian University. Larry and his wife of 50 years, Rachael, reside near Charlotte, N.C. ...more

Questions from a Father to his Sons

Each birthday from ages 10 to 21 Larry would asks his two sons some combinations of the following questions based on what is going on in their worlds and stages of life. As the boys would struggle to respond to Larry’s loving probing, he would write down each of their answers to later be bound book for them. In this book that he gave to them he included each of their answers to each of these quest

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"Dr. Crabb draws on 40 years experience to share 7 keys to help you move powerfully and wisely into the lives of your counselees. The post What Every Christian Counselor Needs to Know | Part 4 appeared first on Largerstory."
"I didn’t want to write this article. My inner world is too noisy. I depend on my distractions too much. How could I write about silence and solitude when I know so little about either? Then the Spirit spoke: “Spend a day with us, alone and quiet, ..." Read more of this blog post »
"I didn’t want to write this article. My inner world is too noisy. I depend on my distractions too much. How could I write about silence and solitude when I know so little about either? Then the Spirit spoke: “Spend a day with us, alone and quiet, ..." Read more of this blog post »
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“A vision we give to others of who and what they could become has power when it echoes what the spirit has already spoken into their souls.”
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“We cannot count on God to arrange what happens in our lives in ways that will make us feel good.We can, however, count on God to patiently remove all the obstacles to our enjoyment of Him. He is committed to our joy, and we can depend on Him to give us enough of a taste of that joy and enough hope that the best is still ahead to keep us going in spite of how much pain continues to plague our hearts.”
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“Certainly we struggle as victims of other people’s unkindness. We have been sinned against. But we cannot excuse our sinful responses to others on the grounds of their mistreatment of us. We are responsible for what we do. We are both strugglers and sinners, victims and agents, people who hurt and people who harm.”
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