Item description for Ending The Search For Mr. Right: How to Be Found by the Man You've Been Looking For by Michelle McKinney Hammond...
Overview Does the journey toward finding a mate for life have to be filled with anxiety? desperation? fret? or regret? Not according to bestselling author Michelle McKinney Hammond who expertly navigates the choppy waters of singledom?for both men and women?and warmly encourages those stuck in the dead?end dating scene as well as those on an involuntary relationship fast that marriage could be on the horizon.
With her tell?it?like?it?is style using biblical examples, Michelle urges readers to place their need for love in perspective, take life off hold, live purposefully, and gain a basic understanding of successful relating with the opposite sex.
This unique format is presented for both sides of the single coin. Women will welcome Michelle?s sisterly advice and men will appreciate the insider information. Together, they comprise the ultimate guide to successfully finding (and keeping) the love of your life.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2005
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736915052 ISBN13 9780736915052
Availability 0 units.
More About Michelle McKinney Hammond
Michelle McKinney Hammond, bestselling author (whose books have sold more than 1.5 million copies), singer, and speaker, focuses on improving love-driven relationships. She is the founder and president of HeartWing Ministries and the visionary and pastor of Relevance in Ghana, West Africa.
Michelle McKinney Hammond currently resides in Chicago, in the state of Illinois. Michelle McKinney Hammond was born in 1957.
Michelle McKinney Hammond has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Ending The Search For Mr. Right: How to Be Found by the Man You've Been Looking For?
Great for whether you are in search of love or searching for yourself May 2, 2006
I found this book to be very insightful. As a newly divorced mother of two. I wanted to make sure that I looked for the right things in a man and not just go for anything just to say I have one. It made me think about past relationships and not play the victim in what ocurred. To take a hard look at some of the signs telling me this person is not good for you, but did it anyway. Taught me about not investing my time nor my spirit in a person that is not fit for me. I must first Love myself. She writes as if she is sitting right there saying "Girl you better learn some sense." Execellent job!! I have recommened this book to several friends.
God's Word Stands True Apr 30, 2006
I just borrowed this book from my sister a week ago and officially just finished it today. This is one of the best books I have read lately on the issue. Michelle was very real about the position single women are in. Usually we are awaiting the man of our dreams. I have learned that Jesus has to be the man of our dreams first before he can release us to another. Michelle used accurate scripture (the story of Boaz and Ruth--you can read it yourself in Bible) to relate God's plan to send us our husbands. The number one thing that I took away from this book is that we are single for a reason. It is usually because God is dealing with us as we are. He wants a deeper relationship with us before we have to share our love with him and someone else. "Ending the search for Mr. Right" will allow you to "Begin the search for true happiness!"
A Bunch of Bull Mar 18, 2006
I don't even want to elaborate on the crap this woman has written. But readers should be aware. First of all, how can a person take advice from someone who is in her mid to late 40s and never married? What can she tell a sister about finding the "right" mate when she haven't even found him for herself? What a hypocrite! 'Do as I say, not as I do' syndrome.
It's a sin and a shame that people will cheaply cling their paws into lonely women and write anything to soothe their burning flesh just for the sake of fame and fortune. Ladies, I say, see what Jesus says about love and marriage and stay away from the predator writers who lean unto their own understanding.
Shed light on the subject. Mar 8, 2006
This book was awesome! I just got out of a relationship where I compromised myself, my beliefs and my integrity because I could only focus on the relationship that I wanted. I lost my focus of God and of living life as a sacrifice for Him. This book shed a lot of light on how I was behaving and helped me to realize that I'm not alone. A lot of women go through this type of situation and this book can help save you from the heartache of an abusive relationship if you put it's principles into effect. Praise God for this book!
Not Necessarily Oct 25, 2005
As a guy, you want to be in tune on what the sisters are saying about you. When a man finds a woman he finds a good thing. Sure enough. But ladies, please be prepared to be found. I wasn't in agreeance with this sister but I do give her some credit. I'm one of those type guys that believes in doing it the Bible way. For no other way will work for me. But I can recommend a book that is on point about women being prepared and position to receive her mate and when she gets him, what she should do to keep him. That book is called WOMAN, TAKE YOUR POSITION by Beverly (forgot the last name), but the book is right-on.