Volume 31

Volume 31
  1. cover Winter 2003 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Married Women in Missions: The Effects of Cross-Cultural and Self Gender-Role Expectations on Well-Being, Stress, and Self-Esteem
    2. Reanalysis Within a Christian Ideological Surround: Relationships of Intrinsic Religious Orientation with Fundamentalism and Right-Wing Authoritarianism
    3. Burnout among Dutch Reformed Pastors
    4. Maintaining Personal Resiliency: Lessons Learned from Evangelical Protestant Clergy
    5. Depression, Creativity, and Religion: A Pilot Study of Christians in the Visual Arts
    6. Meaning, Purpose, and Religiosity in At-Risk Youth: The Relationship Between Anxiety and Spirituality
  2. cover Fall 2003 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Introduction: Reflections on the Current Status and Future of Christian Marriages
    2. The State of Christian Marriage
    3. It Takes a Village to Save a Marriage
    4. How to Create an America That Saves Marriages
    5. The SYMBIS Approach to Marriage Education
    6. Comments on Marriage in Contemporary Culture: Five Models that might help Families
    7. Strengthening Marriages in a Skeptical Culture: Issues and Opportunities
    8. Hope-Focused Marriage: Recommendations for Researchers, Clinicians, and Church Workers
    9. A Study of Two Marital Enrichment Programs and Couples' Quality of Life
    10. Problematic Issues in the Early Years of Marriage: Content for Premarital Education
    11. Building Healthy Marriages Through Early and Extended Outreach with Youth
  3. cover Summer 2003 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Thirty Years of Integrative Doctoral Training: Historic Developments, Assessment of Outcomes, and Recommendations for the Future
    2. Trauma and Traumatic Stress Among Missionaries
    3. Critical Issues in the Dissociative Disorders Field: Six Perspectives from Religiously Sensitive Practitioners
    4. The Spiritual Self: Toward a Conceptualization of Spiritual Identity Development
    5. Spiritual Development and the Epistemology of Systems Theory
  4. cover Spring 2003 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Integrating Spiritual Direction Functions in the Practice of Psychotherapy
    2. Integrating Spiritual Direction Into Psychotherapy: Ethical Issues and Guidelines
    3. Self and Soul: Exploring the Boundary Between Psychotherapy and Spiritual Formation
    4. Spirituality's Potential Relevance to Physical & Emotional Health: A Brief Review of Quantitative Research
    5. Three Voices, One Song: A Psychologist, Spiritual Director, and Pastoral Counselor Share Perspectives on Providing Care