Item description for The Great Balancing Act: Finding Joy As a Woman, Wife, and Mother by Pat Harrison...
Overview Finding joy as a woman, wife, and mother.
The role of women in today's society seems to be ever changing and sometimes downright confusing. Today's woman rushes frantically trying to keep up with the hectic demands on her life, often exhausted at the end of each day with little to show for her efforts. Many times she finds herself sacrificing those things most important to her in order to stay afloat in the sea of overwhelming demands. God did not create women to live this way. If you are frustrated with your life, your marriage, or your family, then you need to stop right now and take a break to read this book. These life-changing principles will help you get back on track to being the special person God created you to be: *why God made women special *how to find out who you really are *how to be the wife and mother God wants you to be *how to maintain a well balanced life
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Studio: Harrison House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.49" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.54 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2002
Publisher HARRISON HOUSE INC. #60
ISBN 1577944291 ISBN13 9781577944294
Availability 0 units.
More About Pat Harrison
Harrison is Co-Founder and President of Faith Christian Fellowship International.
Pat Harrison currently resides in the state of Oklahoma.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Great Balancing Act: Finding Joy As a Woman, Wife, and Mother?
This was literally a marriage and life-changning book! Jun 1, 2005
I read this book about 12 years ago, and it so changed my life as a woman, wife and mother. The author gives the basis from the Word of God of why women were created. She defines from Genesis "helpmeet" as Eve was called, and it means "to continually surround with aid and assistance" When I began to do this with my husband, he responded so positively that he started doing what the Bible says, "he will always chase you!" There is so much peace in this for the family as well. I still use this book and refer to it after all these years. I have also shared this book with 10 or 12 other women over the years and it has changed their lives as well. I am so thankful to the author, Pat Harrison, for writing this book.
Real World, please. Sep 27, 2004
This book contains some nuggets of truth but overall I was left dissapointed. The book doesn't really help a woman balance her different hats of being a woman, wife and, mother, but instead provides some basic information regarding each. I think the author comes accross as "perfect" and is preaching rather than sharing from her own learning experiences. I was also deeply troubled by the idea that praying over your unborn child will guarantee a perfect, whole, and complete child. Not so in the real world.