Self-Image: How to Overcome Inferiority Judgments (Resources for Biblical Living)
"Lou Priolo brings over two decades of counseling experience, a deep knowledge of Scripture, and a love for God's people to his writing. You'll find these little booklets very helpful, whether for yourself or to give to a friend. I heartily recommend them."See All
author of Idols of the Heart, A Steadfast Heart, and Love to Eat, Hate to Eat
"Lou Priolo's direct but fair counsel contained within these pages is much needed for so many profession believers today. Biblical, practical, straightforward, and timely are the main qualities that these brief booklets will offer to those who read them. If you're looking for a relevant word for your difficult path, read them hopefully and receive much needed direction. After you've read them, by placing these booklets into the hands of a hurting friend, you may also be giving that person just the thing he or she desperately needs in order to receive a ready word for a difficult situation."See All
President, National Association of Nouthetic Counselors
"Here is a series of booklets that will provide the pastor and interested layman with a veritable arsenal of material for attacking problems that people have! In them, my fishing buddy, Lou Priolo, has cast his lure accurately and will retrieve many a roaming fish from the problems of bitterness, lying, manipulation, divorce, and wondering about self his image. All fishers of men should buy and distribute them in counseling and generally. Churches should fill their tract racks with them. They will bless many."See All
This helpful booklet addresses from a biblical perspective the issue of self image. It helps the reader understand what one's self image is and what it isn't. After making a list of his inferiorities (the area's of his life which he believes is inadequate), the reader is encouraged to classify them in three distinct categories. Specific biblical guidelines are then provided to assist with the correction of each category of inferiority judgment.
A biblical approach to a common struggle.
About the Author
Lou Priolo is the director of the Center of biblical Counseling at Eastwood Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Alabama. He is a graduate of Calvary Bible College and Liberty University. Lou has been a full-time biblical counselor and instructor for twenty years and is a fellow of the National Association of Nouthetic counselors. He lives in Wetumpka, Alabama, with his wife Kim and his daughters Sophie and Gabrielle.
The Resources for Biblical Living booklet series addresses a wide range of practical life issues in a straightforward, down-to-earth, and most of all, biblical manner.