COMING SOON: “God’s Psychiatry” Healing for Your Troubled Heart By Dr. Charles L. Allen Audiobook by Brian Cimins on Audible, Amazon and iTunes Worldwide

Gods-Psychiatry-by-Dr-Charles-L-Allen-Audiobook-by-Brian-CiminsNearly 2,000,000+ physical copies of “God’s Psychiatry: Healing for Your Troubled Heart” written by Dr. Charles L. Allen were sold since published in 1953, but it was NEVER made into an audiobook…until now!

With faith in Jesus Christ, you can work miraculous changes in your life!

Discover how ancient teachings of the Bible offer timeless wisdom for a happier and healthier life today!

God’s Psychiatry shows you how to:

  1. Acquire confidence, courage, and a new look at life
  2. Banish fear and worry
  3. Root out hate and suspicion
  4. Bring out the best in yourself
  5. Generate appreciation from your friends and coworkers
  6. Face life with enthusiasm and inward peace

In this powerful book, Dr. Charles L. Allen explains the essence of God’s psychiatry-the four best-known passages of the Bible: The Twenty-third Psalm, The Ten Commandments, The Lord’s Prayer, and The Beatitudes. These “prescriptions” from the inspired Word of God will cure discouragement and doubt, dramatically change your life for the better and start you on a Quest to find Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

 

FREE AUDIOBOOK: 12 Ways to Solve Your Problem by Dr. Charles L. Allen

 

About the Author

Charles Allen, a well-known United Methodist minister, writer, and broadcaster, signs copies of his book (1961). Allen served as pastor of Grace Methodist Church in Atlanta from 1948 to 1960 and broadcast his sermons on both radio and television.Dr. Charles L. Allen (1913-2005) was the much-loved author of many books, including the bestselling God’s Psychiatry.

Charles Allen was a prominent United Methodist minister who served as pastor of Grace Methodist Church in Atlanta from 1948 to 1960 and as pastor of First United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas, from 1960 to 1983. His columns in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution and the Houston Chronicle, his radio and television ministry, and his numerous books brought him national recognition.
Dr. Charles Livingstone Allen was born in Newborn in 1913, the sixth of eight children, to Lulu Franklin and John Robert Allen. Brought up in a devout Methodist home, he followed his father into the ministry and was educated at Young Harris College (1930-32), Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina (1932-34), and Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta (1933-37). Admitted on a trial basis to the North Georgia Conference in 1933, he was ordained a deacon in 1935 and an elder in 1937. From 1933 to 1948 he served appointments in Douglasville and Thomson, among others. Leila Jane Haynes of Clermont became his wife in 1934. They had three children: Charles, Franklin, and Mary Jane.

The hallmark of Allen’s ministry was “pastoral preaching” in a lucid and transparent style. In 1947 he founded Pulpit Preaching, a homiletical journal. It merged with Pulpit Digest in 1972 to form The New Pulpit Digest (renamed Pulpit Digest in 1978). Allen remained a contributor until 1989. His items, which began in Georgia’s Wesleyan Christian Advocate in 1947, were a prelude to the column he wrote for the Atlanta Journal, beginning in 1949, and for the Atlanta Constitution, beginning in 1952.

Dr. Allen wrote Roads to Radiant Living (1951), his first book, was followed by God’s Psychiatry (1953), which became a best-seller (nearly 2 million copies sold worldwide). The Touch of the Master’s Hand (1956), All Things Are Possible through Prayer (1958), The Miracle of Love (1972), and Meet the Methodists (1986) are other examples of his writings. By 1995 Allen had written or edited more than fifty books, which have sold well over 8 million copies.

Dr. Allen passed away in Houston on August 30, 2005, but his legacy of teachings will live on and guide many suffering souls to Jesus Christ for the healing they seek for many decades to come.

About the Narrator and Audiobook Team Leader:

Children's Storybook Author, Brian Cimins
Author Brian Cimins

Brian John Cimins (born September 23, 1976 in Wayne, New Jersey) was the founder of America’s original grappling competition, Grapplers Quest and wrote and produced “More Was Never Enough” and the musical audiobook and bible based meditation program called “God’s Prescription to Cure Depression” (http://BibleBasedMeditation) as an audiobook companion to Dr. Allen’s “God’s Psychiatry” in 2016 with a “Morgan Freeman” impersonation voice-over collection which has been downloaded and listened to more than 100,000,000 on YouTube and song remixes.

In a wonderful testimony with all the glory going to God, Cimins acquired the audiobook rights to “God’s Psychiatry” and is currently producing the full 160-page book as an 1st time released audiobook for release later this summer on Audible, iTunes and Amazon Audiobooks.  Stay tuned for links and sample existing works here.

 

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