Filling the needs of today's women, we offer the next 4 titles in the best-selling Women of Faith series.These topical guides deal with issues that women wrestle with today, such as friendship, encouragement, managing moods, finding contentment, and how to live out your faith.Reaching an audience across racial, socio-economic, denominational, and age boundaries, these guidFilling the needs of today's women, we offer the next 4 titles in the best-selling Women of Faith series.These topical guides deal with issues that women wrestle with today, such as friendship, encouragement, managing moods, finding contentment, and how to live out your faith.Reaching an audience across racial, socio-economic, denominational, and age boundaries, these guides will enhance the lives of women as they empower them in their weekly devotions. The study guides can be used for both individual and group settings.Women are asking good questions about their faith. With our study guides, we want to join them in their quest for knowledge and lead them in finding the answers they are seeking.The Study Guide Series will include the following:#5 Managing Your Moods - Foreword by Marilyn Meberg ISBN: 0-7852-5151-0#6 Cultivating Contentment - Foreword by Luci Swindoll ISBN: 0-7852-5152-9#7 Encouraging One Another - Foreword by Nicole Johnson ISBN: 0-7852-5153-7#8 A Life of Worship - Foreword by Sheila Walsh ISBN: 0-7852-5154-5...
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Cultivating Contentment Reviews
This is for me, a study guide for growing into a contented woman of the Lord.In the world today,people want to get all the things that can make their lives comfortable and convenient.As a result,we accumulate so many things .There is now a thin line between being convenient and wanting more.Is it a need or just a want?Should I buy that coffee maker?(I did buy one, but I haven't used it yet) .Obviously I'm still growing in this area and thanks to this study guide I can figure out what I need to watch out - my speech, actions, thoughts etc. that may indicate my level of contentment.I can also share this to my faith partners so they can hold me accountable.It is exciting to learn!
I am currently read this devotion with my Women's Bible Study Group. It is a real eye opener and extremely convicting. I know God has a lot of work left to do on me in the area of contentment. We are reading two chapters a week so I will update how I like it as we continue. The author uses the Message and NLT versions of the Bible the most; which I do not care for. But I look up each verse listed anyway, so I get to see the versions I prefer and better understand.
I was disappointed in what this book offered. I liked the choice of Bible verses. They were pertinent and helpful. But the illustrations offered with each chapter were simplistic and didn't often seem to really go with the lesson. Some seemed like they were more geared to children than adults.
This is my PWOC book :)