She wants to make sure that no African American is ashamed to see a therapist. And she wants to disabuse people of the notion that “Christian” and “therapy” are not mutually exclusive concepts. I had the great opportunity to talk to Dr. Furman about her new book, When God Shows Up on the Couch, which looks at honest stories of individuals whom she as a therapist has counseled over the years.
Check out our Conversation HERE:
Dr. Furman is planning two book signings:
When God Shows Up on the Couch Book Signing and Receptions: Friday, November 30
2000 Town Center
Southfield, MI 48075 The $50 VIP Book signing Reception will include hors d’oeuvres, champagne and a signed copy of the book. And Saturday, December 1
Bingham Woods Clubhouse
30760 River Crossing
Bingham Farms, MI 48025 The $25 cost will include refreshments and a signed copy of the book.
Chancellor Searcy found himself in the midst of a 365-Day quest to bring souls to Christ and he was obedient. Out of his obedience came the call to write about his journey. Ever wonder why some people seem to be more blessed than you? It could be that it’s not the right kind of blessing.
Chancellor Explains Here:
“The blessing of the LORD makes rich, and he adds no sorrow with it..“