The True Woman: The Beauty and Strength of a Godly Woman

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Crossway, 2019 - 256 sider

A classic 'must-read.' Bold, countercultural, and more relevant than ever."
Mary A. Kassian, author, Girls Gone Wise

Have you sensed God's call to change your world?

Do you believe you can be one of those women who, by her virtue, wisdom, dignity, and faith, makes an impact in her home and community?

Maybe you've heard the call but weren't sure how to maximize the opportunities. Maybe society's definition of true womanhood has clouded your view of who you are in Christ. Or maybe you've just been waiting for a little encouragement and inspiration. In any case, Susan Hunt says, Start now. And let this book be your encourager and companion.

You will read how other Christian women are reflecting Christ despite difficult and sometimes tragic circumstances--and how you can reflect him, too. You'll explore what the Bible says about your identity as a true woman of God. And you'll discover how to further develop a biblically shaped and Spirit-driven character that people are drawn to.

Begin today to draw closer to God and deepen your impact. This exhortation to biblical womanhood will set your heart on fire and help you take up the unique opportunity you have--an opportunity to make a difference for eternity.

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Om forfatteren (2019)

Susan Huntis the widow of pastor Gene Hunt, a mother, a grandmother, and the former director of women's ministries for the Presbyterian Church in America. Hunt has written over 20 books, including Spiritual Mothering.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuthis the host and teacher for Revive Our Hearts, a daily radio program for women heard on 250 stations. Since 1979, she has served on the staff of Life Action Ministries in Niles, Michigan. She has authored or coauthored eighteen books, includingLies Women Believe and the Truth That Sets Them Free, A Place of Quiet Rest, and Seeking Him.

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