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Soul Detox: Clean Living in a Contaminated World

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Craig Groeschel

6 Hours 28 Minutes

Zondervan Publishing Company

May 2012

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Soul Detox reveals how to overcome the three forces that work against us daily: toxic influences, toxic emotions, and toxic behaviors.

Every day we are surrounded by secondhand spiritual toxins--influences, emotions, and behaviors--that threaten to stunt our spiritual growth.

When we recognize the toxins that assault us, and discover ways to live in this world without absorbing these toxins into our souls, we can experience the ultimate spiritual intervention.

With a fresh look at the Word of God, vulnerable honesty, and his trademark humor, bestselling author Craig Groeschel unpacks ways to strengthen our spiritual health and our positive influence on others. He will help you to:


- Tell yourself the truth
- Overcome false beliefs
- Neutralize your anger
- Stop comparing yourself to others
- Unlock the chokehold of fear
- Toss out legalism
- And more

More than an insightful look at the negative aspects of our day-to-day culture, this grace-filled guide will challenge you out of complacency and into a life of clean, pure, and focused living based on the freeing standard of God's holiness.

Also available: Spanish edition, video curriculum, and study guide.

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  • Timothy M

    There are a lot of things in our lives that poison our relationship to God. This book does a good job of detailing these toxins and providing ways to remove them from our lives. The book is very practical. I have always appreciated this author's style and approach to each topic. The book did get a little redundant near the end, but it was an overall good read.

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