God is the beginning and end of all things, the cause and reason for living, the center.
Fresno, CA (PRWEB) July 28, 2014
After seven major losses during a short period in Dr. Lois Brittell’s life—including the death of her husband and the growth of her brain tumor—it was difficult to remain strong in her faith. Dr Brittell found intimacy with God again and her faith was restored following personal healing and a recommitment to belief in the sovereignty of God.
In her new book, “It’s All about Him: Intimacy with God,” she outlines the necessity of having God as the major focus to help you find meaning in life. The recently retired psychologist found in her 30 years of clinical practice that including Christian values in her work not only helped her grow in her own faith, but helped her patients as well.
“I found it helpful to integrate biblical principles with the good parts of psychology,” Dr. Brittell said. “ When I began incorporating those principles, the healing process increased and intensified for my patients.”
“It’s All about Him” has become a guiding light for those who need encouragement in their faith. The book will resonate the deepest with those who are seeking a deeper, more meaningful walk with God.
“There are many struggles I have experienced and found spiritual answers to from which others can benefit,” Dr. Brittell said. “The book turned out to be kind of a life story. I didn’t plan it to be that way; it’s just the way it developed. It’s all about God, how much he loves us, and how to develop intimacy with him. God is the beginning and end of all things, the cause and reason for living, the center.”
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It’s All about Him: Intimacy with God
By Dr. Lois Brittell
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow Press online bookstores
About the author
A clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression and marital problems, Dr. Lois Brittell found most issues were influenced by a person’s relationship with God. She sought biblical answers in addition to clinical answers. Dr. Brittell recently retired and continues to enjoy consulting, teaching and writing. She lives near Fresno, Calif.