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Join Ray and Nancy Kane as they take you on a journey they have traveled personally from fear to love. With more than forty years of combined experience, the authors describe what real loving relationships look like as well as how the disabling emotion of fear can express itself in various forms in our behavior and attitudes, hampering our ability to love and be loved. We can all make new and different choices to move away from our fears and learn to love others—and ourselves—in more healthy and productive ways.
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This book will take your heart by the hand and lead you to love in ways that break the bondage of fear.
—Dr. Joseph Stowell, president, Moody Bible Institute
In From Fear to Love Ray and Nancy speak with a gripping story. . . The story is warm and exciting and points with great wisdom how to move from fear to love in the bonds of Christ.
—Dr. Frank Minirth, diplomat, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Clear, honest, sensitive, practical, filled with interesting stories, often captivating. This is a wonderful book about relationships, but it is more. The Kanes have dipped into their experiences as counselors, as Christians, and as a married couple, to write a helpful guide for anybody who ever gets angry or controlling, who knows people are hard to love, or who wants more loving relationships.
—Dr. Gary Collins, psychologist, author, professor, and former president of the American Association of Christian Counselors
Ray and Nancy Kane are licensed clinical professional counselors in private practice in Northbrook, Illinois, where they provide family, individual, marital, adolescent, and child therapy. Ray has his Master’s in social work and Nancy has her Master’s in counselor education. Nancy is an associate professor at the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Ray has been an executive in the retirement industry and currently leads workshops on communication skills and issues for men. Ray and Nancy together conduct marriage enrichment and premarital workshops and speak on a variety of topics related to relationships.