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7 Principles of Highly Accountable Men

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ISBN-10: 0834127423

ISBN-13: 9780834127425

Edition: 2011

Authors: Mark R. Laaser

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Good advice is hard to find. True accountability is harder.As men, it’s hard to admit fault, defeat, or weakness. But the reality is we need each other. People are broken. People have shame. Shame leads many of us to believe that not even God can love us. But shame is a biblical emotion and can remind us in a healthy way that we need God in our lives. In truth, we can change.The 7 Principles of Highly Accountable Men is designed tohelp you do just that. Change is a process and often takes longer than you may think; for many of us it is a lifetime journey. Written by recovering addict Mark R. Laaser, and based on Scripture and the traditional twelve-step programs for personal change, this…    
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Book details

List price: $11.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: The Foundry Publishing
Publication date: 8/26/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Married for more than 25 years, Mark & Debra Laaser have led couples workshops since 1987. Nationally known as a speaker on couples recovery, Mark Laaser, Ph.D., is the author of "Faithful & True," "Before the Fall," & "Talking to Your Children about Sex." The Laasers live in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Principle One: Accountability Begins with Brokenness, Confession, and Repentance
Principle Two: Accountability Requires Your Being Able to Talk About Your Feelings and Needs
Principle Three: Accountability Always Requires a Group of Men or Women, Not Just One Person
Principle Four: Accountability Means You Must Get Rid of the Garbage in Your Life
Principle Five: Prepare When You Are Strong for a Time When You Will Be Weak
Principle Six: Accountability Means Building and Defending in Equal Measures
Principle Seven: To Change a Negative Behavior, You Must Do Whatever It Takes for As
Long As It Takes
Conclusion-Accountability Is a Lifestyle