Melissa Danielson explores the concept of a congruent life as she examines Christianity in everyday living. She demonstrates sensitivity for personal struggle, relationships and the pursuit of meaning as she considers the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and scriptural knowledge of God's plan for His children. The Congruent Path inspires the reader to evaluate life experiences, values, beliefs and aspirations in light of the Christian faith and its principles. Ms. Danielson offers Biblical passages, exercises and worksheets to facilitate an understanding of how we may achieve a life of greater authenticity as Christians. A gentle and well-grounded psychological mindedness makes this work easily understood by the layman and useful to clergy and Christian counselors as well. All Christians can find inside these pages a fresh perspective and useful tools for leading a faith-filled and examined life. This work inspires us to live in our faith as it is applied to the details of life, work, goal-setting and our relationships with self, other people, God and Jesus Christ. Used as inspirational reading, a workbook for spiritual healing or a reference book for bolstering the development of a spiritual practice, The Congruent Path offers an insightful approach to age-old questions such as: Who am I? What is God's plan for me? What is my right relationship to others? These and other questions pertinent for modern Christians are thoughtfully addressed within these pages. Her search for a congruent life – living as who and what we really are –asks us to examine our lives from the inside out and to seek Christ and God along our path to greater happiness and meaning. We are reminded by Ms. Danielson that faith is alive and well and that we can be, too, if we use our faith to guide our steps, our relationships, and our work.