FREE SHIPPING on orders over $49!
Sign Up

Anger and Stress Management God's Way

Direct Price: $14.99 $11.50
Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 144
ISBN: 9781629952956

+ Cart


Anger and stress affect each of us every day—even if we aren’t feeling them ourselves, we come into contact with people who are. But their commonplace nature shouldn’t cause us to shrug them away. Anger and stress are both destroyers, and they must be controlled before they bring devastating harm.

Mack exhorts us: “You don’t have to be overcome and destroyed by ungodly anger or stress. By God’s grace, you can be an overcomer."

Of all the resources available to us, the Bible contains the most trustworthy and helpful guidance on how to handle ungodly anger and stress. Internationally respected and experienced biblical counselor Wayne Mack shows how to turn to God’s Word to find help, explaining principles that can be adopted for lasting positive change. 

Includes study questions and evaluation materials.


A compelling read and so very biblically practical. This book gives so much hope for true, God-honoring change.

Martha Peace, Author, The Excellent Wife

“For those who struggle with anger and those who labor to help, this volume is a must-read. Every biblical counselor should own a copy and have it at the ready.”

Daniel Kirk, Director of Calvary Bible Counseling Ministries

“The illustrations, insights, and anecdotes come together . . . to lead the reader to understand the issues of anger and stress and to overcome these issues.”

—Nicolas Ellen, Professor of Biblical Counseling, College of Biblical Studies, Houston

“Expertly guides us through a thoroughly biblical way of defeating the response of sinful anger to the stress in our lives.”

—Glenn Dunn, Director, Biblical Counseling Institute


The Author

Wayne A. Mack

Wayne A. Mack

Wayne Mack lives in Pretoria, South Africa, where he serves as a pastor-elder with his son-in-law and teaches biblical counseling at Strengthening Ministries Training Institute to pastors and aspiring pastors in the region. He also spends about six weeks in the USA teaching at various churches. He and his wife, Carol, have four adult children and numerous grandchildren.