We live in an increasingly isolated and lonely world. How do we find genuine relational connection? According to psychologist Todd Hall, real human growth doesn't come through head knowledge alone but through relational knowledge and strong attachment bonds. This accessible introduction invites us into lasting relationships—with God and others—that lead to authentic transformation.
Author of the New York Times bestselling Boundaries book series
Founder, the Townsend Institute for Leadership and Counseling
Dr. Sean McDowell
Professor at Biola University, International Speaker and Author of So The Next Generation Will Know
Phil Cooke, Ph.D.,
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Michael Lee Stallard
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Dr. David Burkus
Author of The Myths of Creativity and Friend of a Friend
Dr. Joshua Miller
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Todd W. Hall (PhD, Rosemead School of Psychology) is professor of psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University, where he teaches courses on the integration of psychology and theology, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and positive psychology. He is a faculty affiliate at the Harvard Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University and a founding partner at Flourishing Metrics. Hall is an award-winning researcher, focusing on relational approaches to spirituality, virtue, and leadership. He is a coauthor of Psychology in the Spirit and author of Relational Spirituality and The Connected Life. He is the developer of several widely used spiritual assessments, and codeveloper of the Flourish Assessment.