Lost virtue of happiness : discovering the disciplines of the good life
Talbot School of Theology
We are only happy when we pursue a transcendent purpose, something larger than ourselves. This pursuit involves a deeply meaningful relationship with God by committed participation in the spiritual disciplines. The Lost Virtue of Happiness takes a fresh, meaningful look at the spiritual disciplines, offering concrete examples of ways you can make them practical and life-transforming.
Christian life; Happiness;
Issler, Klaus Dieter and Moreland, James Porter (2006). Lost virtue of happiness : discovering the disciplines of the good life. Colorado Springs: NavPress.