Let Me Be a Woman Elisabeth Elliot  
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"In order to learn what it means to be a woman, we must start with the One who made her." Working from Scripture, well-known speaker and author Elisabeth Elliot shares her observations and experiences in a number of essays on what it means to be a Christian woman, whether single, married, or widowed. Available in trade softcover and as a Living Book.

A Woman After God's Own Heart® Elizabeth George  
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A new cover and fresh updates enrich Elizabeth George’s bestselling A Woman After God’s Own Heart® (over 735,000 copies sold). This very popular selection for personal and group study is filled with rich advice, spiritual wisdom, and practical applications.

With passion and personality, Elizabeth George shares how a woman can follow God and seek His heart in every area of her life— her husbandher childrenher homeher walk with the Lordher ministry

There is peace and purpose for the woman who prepares her heart and mind to embrace God’s plan every day. This new look will complement the other bestselling Elizabeth George titles loved by millions of women.

Becoming a Titus 2 Woman; A Bible Study with Martha Peace Martha Peace  
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Much is said and written today about mentoring. A mentor is a guide, a teacher, a counselor, an advisor; all words that apply to the Titus 2 woman. Becoming a Titus 2 Woman is a tool to train older

Becoming a Woman of Purpose: A Bible Study Cynthia Heald  
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All of us wonder, at one time or another, who we are and why we're here. While society emphasizes wealth, success, and the pursuit of pleasure, the truth is that we are created by God in His image, and our fulfillment is found in pursuing His purposes for us.

If you've been striving towards goals that just don't seem worthwhile anymore-and your "success" leaves you feeling unsatisfied and unfulfilled-this book will give you the perspective you need to meet each day with a sense of anticipation and hope.

With Scripture passages, insights from the author, and inspiring quotes from Christian thinkers and writers, Becoming a Woman of Purpose will guide you to a better understanding of God's intended purposes for Himself, for us as His people, and for you as His unique creation. As you grow toward genuine peace and fulfillment, you'll learn the joy of loving God and others, waiting on Him with hope, trusting Him through suffering, serving Him with reverent fear, and fulfilling His purposes.

"It is in comprehending the purposes of God that you will find the true, eternal purpose for your life," writes Cynthia Heald. "It is my hope that this study will be the catalyst for you to understand God and His purposes in a fresh way."

Contentment: A Godly Woman's Adornment Lydia Brownback  
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This On-the-Go Devotional assures women that contentment is not some fleeting ideal but a reality that God enables them to live out daily.

Any woman who buys into the lie of "You can have it all" or who thinks she can only be happy "if . . ." experiences an abiding frustration: what she wants remains just out of reach, always. No matter how good she has it, no matter how good the good times may get, there's always something missing. And ultimately, she misses out on happiness too.

But God desires something far better and more lasting for his daughters. And he's delivered the secret in his Word, assuring women that real satisfaction is found in living for and longing for the right things. Those truths and promises are at the heart of this On-the-Go Devotional for women. Each lesson in Contentment is conveniently self-contained and comes complete with Scripture and a paragraph or two of teaching to direct women away from fleeting distractions and toward a true, enduring satisfaction.

A Woman's Walk with God: Growing in the Fruit of the Spirit Elizabeth George  
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What will keep believers growing in fruitfulness in their walk with God? Elizabeth George, author of A Woman After God’s Own Heart, beautifully and practically leads readers to a deeper understanding of what it means to cultivate the fruit of the Spirit in their lives.

With a fresh look at “those gracious habits which the Holy Spirit produces in the Christian,” Liz helps readers discover— the attitudes of love, joy, and peacethe actions of patience, kindness, and goodnessthe disciplines of faithfulness, gentleness, and self–control

The author’s warm, personal style easily lends itself to small group study. A 13–week study guide is included. This book was formerly titled God’s Garden of Grace.

How to Pray R. A. Torrey  
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The great evangelist R.A. Torrey gives practical pointers that clearly reveal the conditions God has established for intelligent, effective prayer that brings answers.

Praying Backwards: Transform Your Prayer Life by Beginning in Jesus' Name Bryan Chapell  
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Christians often say, "In Jesus' name" to close their prayers. But is this truly a desire of the heart or a perfunctory "Yours Truly" to God? Bryan Chapell says we should begin our prayers in Jesus' name-we should be Praying Backwards. In this practical and inspiring book, he shows readers that to truly pray in Jesus' name is to reorder one's priorities in prayer-and in life-away from oneself and towards Jesus and his kingdom. It is to pray believing in the power and the goodness of the One who hears, and thus to pray boldly, expectantly, and persistently. Readers seeking to transform their prayer lives will find wonderful direction in Praying Backwards.

Blessed Are the Hungry: Meditations on the Lord's Supper Peter J. Leithart  
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The Lord's Supper is the world in miniature; it has cosmic significance. Within it we find clues to the meaning of all creation and all history, to the nature of God and the nature of man, to the mystery of the world, which is Christ. It is not confined to the first day, for its power fills seven. Though the table stands at the center, its effects stretch out to the four corners of the earth.

Hearing Jesus Speak into Your Sorrow Nancy Guthrie  
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In this paradigm-shifting book, Nancy Guthrie gently invites readers to lean in along with her to hear Jesus speak understanding and insight into the lingering questions we all have about the hurts of life: What was Gods involvement in this, and why di