On this episode of Fresh Hope for Mental Health, Pastor Brad Hoefs talks with Author and Senior Pastor of Scottsdale Bible Church, Jamie Rasmussen about his book; “How Joyful People Think: 8 Ways of Thinking That Lead to a Better Life.” Why is it important that we change our thinking? How does the Bible tell us to think? Is it possible to have joy when your depressed?
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Dear Pastor Brad Hoeefs I am Kim, Ms. Kruawon Tiengtom, from Thailand. I am a Christian for about 50 years, with schizophrenia for 23 years. I would like to translate some of your writing for a Pastor, Pastor Sopon Jariyasuwan, who works at an outreach post in Mahachai, Samut Sakorn province, Thailand, to use in his ministry. Would you kindly give us permission to translate and use the Thai version? We don’t have any recompensation for the writing but I can share the Thai version with you to use as you see fit. I am looking forward to hearing from you. May the Lord lead you and bless you and your work continually. In Christ, the Risen LORD, kim
On Tue, Apr 14, 2020 at 10:10 PM Pastor Brad Hoefs wrote:
> Pastor Brad Hoefs posted: “On this episode of Fresh Hope for Mental > Health, Pastor Brad Hoefs talks with Author and Senior Pastor of Scottsdale > Bible Church, Jamie Rasmussen about his book; “How Joyful People Think: 8 > Ways of Thinking That Lead to a Better Life.” Why is it importan” >