Item description for 8 Choices That Will Change a Woman's Life by Jill Briscoe...
Overview The renowned author and speaker updates her popular book in which she addresses the crucial issues that women face on a daily basis. Using the Book of James, Briscoe examines the choices that most women face, and gives readers the tools they need to make the right choices.
Publishers Description Each day presents women with an unending parade of choices. Some are fairly mundane, while others can prove to be life changing. In this new edition of Briscoe's popular book, she addresses the crucial issues that women face on a daily basis. Using the book of James as a model, Briscoe examines the following choices that most women face: To resist pain or to use it To gather wealth or to gather grace To speak wisely or to speak foolishly To value our time or to fritter it away To live for ourselves or to live for the Spirit To develop God's gifts or to waste them To persevere or to protest To stand for truth or to abandon it
Community Description You can choose to have a life that is happy, blessed, and pleasing to God. These qualities are within your grasp, but you will have choices to make. It's up to you. This insightful book will give you the tools you need to make choices that will change your life for good! Based on the wisdom of the book of James, this book offers simple guidelines for life's complex choices.
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Studio: Howard Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2004
Publisher Howard Publishing
ISBN 1582293511 ISBN13 9781582293516
Availability 0 units.
More About Jill Briscoe
Jill Briscoe has written more than forty books, including study guides, devotional material, poetry, and children s books. Jill is executive editor of Just Between Us, a magazine of encouragement for ministry wives and women in leadership. She serves on the board of World Relief and Christianity Today, Inc. She married her husband, Stuart, in 1958, and since then they have ministered together, through Telling the Truth media ministries, at conferences and mission organizations around the world. Both Stuart and Jill now serve Elmbrook Church as Ministers-at-Large. They have three grown children and enjoy the blessing of thirteen grandchildren."
Jill Briscoe currently resides in the state of Wisconsin.
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Reviews - What do customers think about 8 Choices That Will Change a Woman's Life?
A challenging study Mar 9, 2007
Our women's Bible Study has really enjoyed this book. It tells us things we really don't want to hear but need to hear. Jill sprinkles it with her personal stories which help in the understanding of the subject. Really good and is challenging us to be more like Christ.
This book is AWESOME! Jan 3, 2007
A group of women at our church (140 of them) are currently going through the book as a monthly study. The women read a chapter a MONTH and then we have a speaker and discussion time. The book is AWESOME and everyone has enjoyed the material. It's both "easy to read" and yet very challenging. I would highly recommend it for a personal read as well as one to be used as a group study.
In-depth priorities check Aug 26, 2006
Jill Briscoe is fantastic. This book is grounded in the Bible and gets to the heart of key areas that are vital to your Christian walk. Not an anemic gloss-over, nor a "health and wealth" God-as-geanie recipe book. Jill challenges the reader to make real grown-up Christian decisions about truly living your life for Christ, but does it in a wonderfully humble and loving style. With plenty of scripture and real-life examples, it is one of those books that are easy and enjoyable to read, but not a quick read because it is constantly prayer and thought provoking.