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Thomas Nelson Soul Talk: The Language God Longs For Us To Speak

In this extraordinary book, Dr. Larry Crabb introduces a revolutionary new way for Christians to experience God, a process he calls "soul talk," which happens when two Christians talk to each other in a way that results in their passion for God being stirred, ignited, and released. You'll learn a language that, when used, releases supernatural power that enables you to move to the deepest level of relationships with fellow Christians and with God. The culmination of a lifetime of research and writing, Soul Talk carries a vision for what the Church was created to be.
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Review 1 for Soul Talk: The Language God Longs For Us To Speak
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Taking a different look at our journey

Date:October 15, 2010
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twishels
Location:Westchester, IL
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I enjoy Larry Crabb's style. This book came highly recommended to me. We need to wrestle to let God be enough. Not second best. I have been on a religious journey, but I now want to be on a spritual journey. I don't put my hope in this book or Larry Crabb. But I do thank him for share his struggles. This world is not our home we are just passing through.
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Review 2 for Soul Talk: The Language God Longs For Us To Speak
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Date:May 19, 2010
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Joshua herod
I've also become a big fan of Crabb in the process of reading this book. For the lack of a better description, he addresses how to have spiritually engaging conversations with people. However, it's not a process or "4 steps to success" program; it's really about allowing the Holy Spirit to work through you as you relate with others. His treatment of the "real battle" going on in us really challenging me in my own life and thinking. One caution: I've used this with a couple of older leaders (70+) who absolutely didn't like it. I'm not entirely sure why, but they even acknowledged they thought their kids would have enjoyed reading it...maybe it is generational, I don't know. Everyone else I've used it with have raved! The first four chapters are a bit redundant--just plow through them and I think you'll find the content well worth it!
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Review 3 for Soul Talk: The Language God Longs For Us To Speak
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Date:February 21, 2008
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Cheryl Rice
Wow! Absolutely lifechanging for me! I couldn't put this book down. Larry Crabb has a most beautiful way with words, and the ideas presented will forever change my approach - to listening, speaking, thinking, and praying. I'm ordering extra copies to give away! This book could change the world if Christians put it into practice.
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Review 4 for Soul Talk: The Language God Longs For Us To Speak
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Date:February 8, 2006
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Claire Smith
Excellent book. Deep, for advanced counsellors of the soul. Easy to read, but go slow, to get the densely packed spiritual insight. I have read many books on counselling, but none quite like this one.
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