Spiritual Warfare for Women: Winning the Battle for Your Home, Family, and Friends (Google eBook)

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Bethany House, Jul 1, 2011 - Religion - 224 pages
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Evil is real, and Christian women know it. While most books on the topic of spiritual warfare take a charismatic approach, Spiritual Warfare for Women aims directly at the center of the evangelical market, giving instruction and assurance to all women who want to protect themselves and the ones they love. McCoy provides spiritual wisdom and practical tips on identifying the enemy's strategies, overcoming fear, and exercising the power that comes from God. The book is structured around the battle between God's love and Satan's lies. Once a woman can embrace the first and reject the second, she is well on her way to victory.
  

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You can take this book on the battlefield!

User Review  - Susan - Christianbook.com

God placed, Leighann's book, Spiritual Warfare for Women, in my hands, when I was on the battlefield. It wasn't actually my battle, but I was walking along side a friend, who was seeing satan, seek to ... Read full review

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User Review  - jenniferbogart - LibraryThing

Spiritual Warfare for Women is written by Leighann McCoy Ė a pastorís wife, womenís minister, mom, and cancer survivor. Having survived her own personal struggles with the enemy, she has drawn much of ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Dr Neil T Anderson
9
The Most Powerful Weapon of All
19
What Love Does
38
Loves Completed Work
58
The Enemy Exposed
73
The Targets in Our Lives
113
Women
142
Victory Is Mine
187
A Word to My Readers
232
Bibliography
238
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About the author (2011)

Leighann McCoy is a sought-after speaker and writer. She is the women's minister at a large Southern Baptist church where her husband serves as pastor and has written a number of devotionals and curricula. She lives with her family in Franklin, Tennessee.

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