Becoming a Woman of Faith (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jun 6, 2000 - Religion - 120 pages
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What does it mean to be a woman of faith? Is it having the right Bible verse in your back pocket or a religious quotation ready for any occasion? Cynthia Heald offers a richer perspective on the true meaning of a woman of faith. From facing challenging circumstances to being real before God, Becoming a Woman of Faith is a Bible study that helps women learn what it means to walk with faith in the real world and honor Christ with their lives. This newest book in the best-selling Bible study series for women offers quotations from classic Christian writers and key Scripture passages with questions for reflection and study, and Cynthia Heald's warm and personable style.


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User Review  - Hope -

This is a very encouraging and motivating book! I was always excited to work through the next chapter, and i really felt like God was speaking to me through it. I would recommend this book not only to women who think they need to grow in their faith, but to anyone who wants a great study guide. Read full review

great book!

User Review  - Joni -

I actually had someone give me this book some time back and just read it recently. That prompted me to buy another copy to pass along to a close friend! It's a great book and awesome tool for strengthening our faith... I highly recommend it to all women! Read full review


How to Use This Guide
The Faithfulness of
Encountering Doubt
The Gift of
Faith in Action
Walking by Faith
The Shield of Faith
The Testing of Faith
Faith and Prayer
The Work of Faith
Heroes of the Faith
Keeping the Faith

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About the author (2000)

Cynthia Heald is an author and speaker best known to women through her bestselling Bible study series. She and her husband, Jack, are on full-time staff with The Navigators. Heald is a guest speaker at the Women of Faith conferences and is a frequent leader of women's retreats.

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