Win the Battle for Your Mind


Win the Battle for Your Mind (3 Units)



Richard Strauss


5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″

The Bible tells us a great deal about our minds, including how to deal with unacceptable thoughts so that we can have peaceful and productive minds. Yet the instruction available to us in God’s Word is often overlooked or ignored. This leaves believers unprepared and ill-equipped to live for Christ in today’s secular world.

Win the Battle for Your Mind is a practical resource aimed at correcting this deficiency through a simple and direct look at the Scriptures. These studies will be of genuine help in your daily walk with God.


During his 60 years, Richard Strauss loved God, and he loved to study His Word. He spent hours each week pouring over the Bible, allowing the Holy Spirit to teach him so that he could teach others. Through his sermons, books and tapes, Dr. Strauss made God’s eternal message relevant to thousands of people worldwide. He had a special gift for making the Bible come alive in a practical way.

Here’s What People Are Saying!

“To study the Word of God, verse by verse, chapter by chapter, in such a refreshing and meaningful way . . . what a treat!– Larry

“My Dad, Richard Strauss, had a unique ability to dig deeply into God’s Word and then to serve it up to people in a manner that was clear, straightforward, and eminently practical. He also lived out the faith he proclaimed daily with transparency and humility. I know, because I grew up with him!

– Mark Strauss

Ph.D., Professor of New Testament, Bethel Seminary, San Diego

“The Lessons from Win The Battle for Your Mind have taken me to a new level of understanding–and given me practical steps to strengthening my spiritual life.

– Terrance



Chapter 1 The Enemy of the Mind

Chapter 2 The Mind of Christ

Chapter 3 A Mind to Suffer

Chapter 4 A Mind to Grow

Chapter 5 The Mind Screen

Chapter 6 A Sound Mind

Chapter 7 A Peaceful Mind

Chapter 8 A Heavenly Mind

Chapter 9 All Your Mind

Chapter 10 A Willing Mind

Chapter 11 A Wise Mind

Chapter 12 Molding the Mind

Weight 220 g
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 1.0 cm