Pop's Advice Book by Dr. Chris Thurman a.k.a. Pop


Jesus Christ was the only perfectly psychologically healthy person to ever walk the planet…


In Emotionally Healthy Christianity, twelve of Christ’s most important psychological attributes are explored with an eye toward how we, as followers of Christ, can become more like Him in these ways.  Included is a workbook that helps us “be doers, not just hearers only” so that we, with God’s help, can become more mature in Christ.

The Lies We Believe



In a world that is veering dangerously off course from what it calls “truth” comes a classic work that unmasks the lies we unwittingly believe, lies that destroy us and ultimately damage our emotional health, relationships, and spiritual life. This 30th Anniversary edition of The Lies We Believe explores the most damaging lies we believe about ourselves, relationships, life, men, women, and most importantly, God. and how they keep us from living, and enjoying, an abundant life. 12 core truths are presented to inspire you to re-evaluate why you believe what you believe, so that you can be transformed by the renewing of your mind and enjoy the amazing life you’ve been given!

The Lies We Believe workbook

The must-have companion to the book, The Lies We Believe…


The reality is that we lie to ourselves every day. We tell ourselves things that are inaccurate, distorted, untrue, irrational, mistaken, and, most importantly, unbiblical. Truth matters – not just between us and others, but also inside of us. When we lie to ourselves, we poison our souls and lead an existence we wouldn’t wish on our worst enemy. But when we tell ourselves the truth, we nourish our souls and fully experience the abundant life that Jesus wants us to have. Get the workbook here!

Pop's Advice Book by Dr. Chris Thurman a.k.a. Pop

Pop’s Advice

guidance for my grandkids…and everyone else


Being a grandparent is one of the most wonderful experiences life has to offer. In this book, I give 50 pieces of biblically-solid advice to my grandkids . . . and everyone else trying to live their lives as well as possible. Pop’s Advice includes a workbook so readers can put into action what they learn along the way. All of us need solid guidance on how to live our lives well, and Pop’s Advice gives us that so we can experience a fuller taste of the abundant life. 

The Lies Couples Believe



Addressing the 10 most destructive Lies Couples Believe, readers are encouraged to view this most sacred relationship through the eyes of The One who ordained marriage to be rewarding, comforting, and above all – enjoyable. The loving truth is presented to inspire you to re-evaluate who you love, why you love, and what you truly believe about love, so that can be free to experience and enjoy the kind of intimate and fulfilling realtionship you were meant to have.

The Lies We Believe About God



Insightful truths about the 10 thoughts that affect everyone’s view of God, damaging our relationship with Him, keeping us from enjoying the abundant life He offers us. Discover how Stinkin’ Thinkin’ influences our ability to know God for who He really is and how knowing God more intimately can bring greater meaning and immeasurable joy to your life. This engaging, biblically rooted book invites you to see the truth about The Lies We Believe About God – and who God really is – setting you free to enjoy a deeper relationship with Him!

Its Your Attitude Book by Dr. Chris Thurman

It’s your attitude

Out with bad, in with the good…


We all have toxic attitudes that damage our emotional health, relationships with others, and relationship with God.  This book examines the twelve most destructive attitudes we fall into in life and the twelve transformational attitudes that can set us free.  When it comes to our attitude, it’s out with the bad and in with the good.  This book will help you do just that. 

Stop Shoulding All Over Yourself

Making the journey from condemnation to compassion…


We all struggle with toxic, deeply ingrained shoulds and shouldn’ts as we go through life.  The tendency to should all over ourselves keeps us from accepting things the way they are and having compassion toward ourselves as we go through painful and difficult circumstances.  Shoulding all over ourselves leads to shame and self-condemnation, damaging our emotional health in the process.  Dr. Thurman’s latest book is aimed at helping us better understand the twenty deadliest shoulds and shouldn’ts we have and how to overcome them.  If you’ve spent your life living under the tyranny of your shoulds, this book is for you.