Item description for Lady in Waiting: Developing Your Love Relationships by Jackie Kendall & Debby Jones...
Overview This is not just another book for singles! With humor, honesty, and biblical truths, the authors help point women to being the right woman and not finding the right man! With Lady in Waiting, any woman¿married or single¿will learn that only a relationship with Jesus will satisfy!
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Studio: Treasure House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5.1" Height: 0.6" Weight: 51 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 1995
Publisher Treasure House
ISBN 1560438487 ISBN13 9781560438489
Availability 0 units.
More About Jackie Kendall & Debby Jones
Jackie Kendall is president of Power to Grow Ministries. She is a national conference speaker and the bestselling author of "Lady in Waiting," "The Mentoring Mom," "A Man Worth Waiting For, Free to Love: The Liberating Power to Forgiveness," and "Lady in Waiting for Little Girls." She has been married 37 years to Ken and they have two grown children, Ben and Jessi, a son-in-law Drew, and their first grandchild Emma Grace."
Jackie Kendall currently resides in the state of Florida. Jackie Kendall was born in 1950.
Jackie Kendall has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Lady in Waiting: Developing Your Love Relationships?
Magnifique Mar 28, 2005
Oh my gosh... I'm currently in the middle of this book but it is just amazing. If you're looking to further grow in your relationship with God and you're in middle school or older, this book is the ultimate bible study for women. So far it has taught me that it isn't the satisfaction of a man I so dearly and passionately long for, it's a one-on-one relationship with my heavenly bridegroom.
what a 14-year-old thinks Sep 28, 2003
I first herd of Lady in Waiting from a close friend who was a christian. After reading it, i found a closer spirtual relationship with God. I recomend this book for anyone with questions, for those who need help, and those looking for friends. i have since bought multiple copies to give to all my friends. they too enjoy it.
A sense of assurance Sep 1, 2003
A friend gave me this book as a gift, as she continued to watch me struggle bouncing from relationship to relationship and freely giving myself when I shouldn't. This small 181 page book, allowed me to search into my soul & find what God was looking for: the true me...a Lady in Waiting. It's been five years since I was given this book, and I am now happily married and I have found my prince in shining armor. I gave my alabaster box to the Lord and he gave me the gift of true love. Praise God!
This is a MUST read for all young women!!
Well done! Jun 11, 2003
A good book for single women of any age. I read it when I was 19 and still find it applicable today. For any woman feeling down that there is no man in her life, and most women can admit to that without shame, these words are refreshing and uplifting. They highlight the joys of singleness--yes there are joys! This book helped me realize that, as well as reclaim my independence and my value as a single women. There are few things God can use as much as a willing, single woman. Read it!
The Alabaster Box May 3, 2003
After one major concern, the title, as to whether or not this would be an appropriate book for our Singles Sunday School Class we decided that it would apply to both male and female. My favorite chapter so far is "Lady of Reckles Abandonment". I must confess that for a couple of days I was stuck on the section titled The Secret of the Alabaster Box. I never knew that the purpose of this box was to be broken at the feet of one's future husband. I now realize that in order for me to truly enjoy my singleness I have to store everything in my Alabaster Box and then break it at my future husband's feet (my Lord). During this part of the lesson, our teacher brought in jewelry boxes and each student received one. I have my concerns, financial situation, dreams, desires, addictions, problems, spiritual failures, everything that I have I have written down separately on paper and stored in my Alabaster Box to my Lord. I have learnt that when I do this I have to leave it with the Lord and not try to help Him because He does not need my help. He is very capable of doing more that I ask of Him. He is after all the "only One who can make a woman's dreams come true" (p15). Enjoy every last word that is written in this book.