Item description for A Woman Who Hurts, a God Who Heals: Discovering Unconditional Love by Elsa Kok...
Overview Many Christian women have come to understand our biblical mandate for lifeonlife discipleship of someone younger in the faith. Most women embrace this role, though, with at least some uncertainty about their ability to carry such a great responsibility. A biblicallybased personal study, Woman to Woman Preparing Yourself to Mentor will guide a woman stepbystep through the process of readying herself for such a relationship. This study will help the mentortobe to evaluate her own gifts and how they can be used in mentoring, to examine the different possible roles of a mentor, to develop a plan for starting off the mentoring relationship in a positive way, and to avoid the dangers that befall mentoring relationships.
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Studio: New Hope Publishers - Arise
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 7.5" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher NEW HOPE PUBLISHING #351
ISBN 1563099500 ISBN13 9781563099502
Availability 0 units.
More About Elsa Kok
Elsa Kok is the former editor of the Single-Parent Family edition of the Focus on the Family magazine. Recently remarried, she has relocated to Bella Vista, Arkansas, where she works as a freelance writer and speaker. Elsa?'s passion is for communicating the love of Christ as an authentic reality in a hurting world. She has published hundreds of articles and three books and is currently working on her fourth book. Elsa also speaks around the country, leading retreats, seminars, and workshops for a variety of audiences. Elsa and her husband, Brian Colopy, together have four children, Sami, Sean, Jessica, and Cassie, and a dog, Reeses.
Elsa Kok currently resides in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado. Elsa Kok was born in 1968.
Reviews - What do customers think about Woman Who Hurts A God Who Heals?
It could change your life Dec 17, 2007
I bought this book after reading many helpful reviews by fellow readers. When I first thumbed through the book I was skeptical, it almost seemed "too easy" to read and I wondered how it could affect me. A couple devotions in, I found myself weeping from seeing myself in these stories of women, and reading the "Love Letters from God" through out. I had always feared God so much I was very afraid of him, always thinking of him as too judging and revengeful to love someone like me. After reading this I have come to experience his deepest love for me for the first time.
Healing for the heart Apr 6, 2006
A Woman Who Hurts, A God Who Heals is a balm for the many hurts women have to deal with, whether once in a lifetime or on a daily basis. I read this book initially on my own. Quite frankly, it changed my life. Even more, it changed how I experience Jesus. I think I finally understood His amazing love for me for the first time. What an awesome thing, to discover in my 50's that Jesus really, truly does love me. I just had to share Elsa's book with other women who were hurting. As a Bible Study facilitator, I was able to do just that with a precious group of women who have all been through the wringer. Each of us had been through a different wringer, but Elsa's book spoke to each of us right where we needed it. Through tears and laughter and prayer and scripture, we each found the healing we needed from the Great Physician AND the unconditional love of our Father in Heaven. Will this book cure everything that ails you? No. Only our Lord has that power. Will it set you on the right path to His healing power? A resounding YES! Will it change your life? Read it and find out.
Healing for the Heart and Mind Apr 1, 2006
As a women's Bible study teacher and speaker, I have found this book to be invaluable to me personally as I filter through hurts of my past. It has also equipped me to be sensitive to other women who may be struggling with past guilt or shame. The reader will find this study to be firmly based in scripture which will lead them right to the heart of God, the God who heals both the heart and mind.
Spiritual healing Mar 30, 2006
Clearly, Elsa Kok has walked through some fires herself, and has a real, down-to-earth way of talking to people who are wounded. Her books help people, especially women, heal...because she will tell you about God's absolute crazy love for YOU. And it feels like you're sitting down talking to a friend.