Item description for The 7 Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do by Kathie Reimer & Lisa Whittle...
Overview The 7 Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do, by mother-daughter authors Kathie Reimer and Lisa Whittle, is an honest and insightful look into the liberating truth about what is required of women. By identifying the 7 things and dealing with them in a straightforward manner, women will come to a better understanding of the freedom that comes with knowing what is required of us-and the empowerment of the Lord who guides, strengthens, and enables us to do what he asks.
Publishers Description An honest and insightful look into the liberating truth about what is required of us as women. By identifying the 7 things and dealing with them in a straightforward manner, women will come to a better understanding of the freedom that comes with knowing what is required of us - and the empowerment of the Lord who guides, strengthens, and enables us to do what he asks.
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Studio: Shepherd Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.54" Width: 5.44" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.61 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Shepherd Press
ISBN 0976758253 ISBN13 9780976758259
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of May 24, 2017 02:07.
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More About Kathie Reimer & Lisa Whittle
Kathie Reimer currently resides in Charlotte. Kathie Reimer was born in 1945.
Reviews - What do customers think about The 7 Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do?
So-so Mar 16, 2010
I found this book just so-so. There are two others I found to be much more encouraging and practical. Feminine Appeal and Created to Be His Helpmeet. I would highly recommend either of them.
So true... Jun 4, 2009
I'll be honest, I'm only in the first chapter (so I will edit and update this review when I'm done), but I love this book. It has been encouraging and wise. The first chapter is about multi-tasking versus being task oriented (single focused). As women, we are constantly multi-tasking and often get lost in the midst of our days. Multi-tasking that the author is referring to is not doing many things at one time, but rather being. Being single minded about our faith in Christ and being--grateful, content, mindful, gracious, and a servant. There are biblical support to their points throughout the chapter and very good stories and examples to explain what the author is discussing.
It is easy to read and easy to read in small chunks. I'm a mom of 3 small children, so I need to be able to pick up a book and put it down, then chew on it for a bit and come back to it when I'm able. Speaking of which, my children have just awoken, so this review will end for now. But, I do want to recommend this book. Even if only for the first chapter, this book is definitely worth reading and that is why I am posting this review before finishing the book.