Media and Reading Recommendations
Below is a compilation of media authored by Cheryl as well as a few of Cheryl's favorite reading resources for insight (both personal and professional). Consider sharing these links with colleagues and friends.
Provides the daily instructional roadmap that supports men and women, all life stages, any culture and is the most assured way to joy.
Any Boundaries Book
By Henry Cloud and John Townsend
Supports healthier lifestyles, understanding what the client is and is not responsible for in various components of his/her life.
Getting Things Done
By David Allen
Provides techniques, structures and processes that support a client's decluttering and repurposing of tasks.
By Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler
Some of the best conversations are the toughest. Learn how to say that last 5% that turns a conversation into a crucial conversation. My first coach told me - the first one who gets emotional loses. This book highlights that understanding.
The Three Battlegrounds
By Francis Frangipane
An in-depth view of the three arenas of spiritual warfare: The mind, the church and the heavenly places.
As Silver Refined: Learning to Embrace Life's Disappointments
By Kay Arthur
Incredible Biblical perspective on disappointments of all kinds providing powerful eternal truth to combat various forms of pain and frustration, from personal failure to physical pain.
The Me I Want To Be
By John Ortberg
A simple and candid, yet bold book that explores the best and the worst of an individual and how can we become more of what God intended us to be in the midst of living in our fleshly bodies in a sinful world. It is possible!
The Reason Why
By Robert A. Laidlaw
The Reason Why is a captivating Gospel exposition which has helped unnumbered thousands find salvation in Jesus Christ. How foolish is it for men and women to be spending all their time and thought on their bodies, which are only cases containing the real self, the soul, which, the Bible tells us, will persist long after our bodies have crumbled to dust?