The Fully Lived Life: Rescuing Our Souls from All that Holds Us Back


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“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full” – Jesus

 Do you feel yourself sleepwalking through life?  Are you soul weary?  Do you long to fully live? 

So how does one break free from soul depression? Psychologist Dr. Merry C. Lin believes that only biblical truth can wake a sleeping soul to the full life Jesus promised. With her personal experience and powerful therapeutic principles, The Fully Lived Life details the emotional and spiritual steps to finding God beyond, and even in, the chaos of real life. Showing you how to see deeper into your life and relationships, Dr. Merry challenges and encourages you to:

    • Face the truth of recurring struggles
    • Stop sabotaging the rich rewards of true love
    • Begin the journey to the Rescuer’s heart

When you finally slow and take the time to listen to your heart, you will discover the very life you’ve been searching for – a life to the full.

With a guided self-assessment, and application tips in each chapter!


Your Story: The Wounding Embrace

Dr. Lin has contributed to Brett Ullman’s book, Your Story: The Wounding Embrace, now available for purchase. Please contact Dr. Lin to purchase a copy of this book. A book about self-injury and other issues affecting many teens, Your Story brings an important message for teens and adults alike who seek to understand and overcome the challenges facing our youth today. Your Story is about:

Your Story: The Wounding Embrace by Brett Ullman

 So, you cut or, maybe you starve yourself. Maybe you’re even into substance abuse. I bet you feel alone. But how is this possible when nearly one in 4 North American teens struggle with self-injury? How can all these people be alone? Today, thousands of young people, under confident and often scared, are seeking release from their personal struggles in ways many adults would prefer not to contemplate and, sadly, ignore. You probably have friends who cut, friends who are bulimic and you know self-injury is a serious problem in teen culture today. Let’s Talk.

Self-injury is taking teen culture by storm and its impact is evident in teen movies, music lyrics and countless music videos.  Brett Ullman examines the current influences of modern culture and the many reasons young people hurt themselves.  He strives to empower struggling individuals to overcome the barriers to positive self-growth.  For more information, visit or to find out more about Brett, go to


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