Radiant: Living as Light in a Dark World

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B&H Publishing Group, 2010 - Religion - 216 pages
2 Reviews
Like a bride shines on her wedding day, author Marian Jordan calls her growing readership to glow with the passion of love for Jesus in her fourth book, Radiant. Combating today's darkening culture, she mixes modern wit with tender and timeless illuminations of Scripture, encouraging women to:

 know their God-given purpose and identity

 look to Christ as their true power source

 reflect His glorious light in this world with an undivided heart

Jordan also includes a helpful section on the empowering work of the Holy Spirit, small group discussion questions, and other recommended resources..

 

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Really, really good book esp for high school and college women, but any woman would benefit from reading it. I like the Biblical principles woven with modern application and illustration. Read full review

Review: Radiant: Living as Light in a Dark World

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This book is positive and insightful. I love that throughout the book Marian Jordan makes references to the title by consistently using the metaphor of shining and light throughout the book. Even the ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One A Radiant Woman Is in Love
3
Chapter Two A Radiant Woman Reflects
21
Chapter Three A Radiant Woman Remembers
39
Chapter Four A Radiant Woman Is Connected
65
Chapter Five A Radiant Woman Knows What
91
Chapter Six A Radiant Woman
121
Chapter Seven A Radiant Woman Leaves a Legacy
149
The Work of the Holy Spirit
185
Acknowledgments
201
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About the author (2010)

Marian Jordan is founder of Redeemed Girl Ministries, showing girls of all ages how to apply God's truth and promises to their unique circumstances. She speaks to students across the nation, lives in Houston, and holds her master's degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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