A Place to Belong: Out of Our Comfort Zone and Into God's Adventure

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Barbour Publishing, Sep 1, 2011 - Religion - 256 pages
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Looking for “a place to belong”? Find it in a community of women fostering relationships through authenticity, affirmation and accountability—find it in the Circle of Friends. Your outlook will never be the same as you explore the ministry potential of a dynamic group of “women helping women,” and catch their vision to be women committed to Jesus Christ, obediently seeking God’s will, and fulfilling their life mission as Christ-followers.


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User Review  - Lindy - Christianbook.com

The title of the book is what caught my attention, we all need a place to belong, one that encourages, lifts you up, one where you know others truly care and accept you as you are and above all are in prayer for each other. Beautifully written. Read full review

User Review  - Vicki - Christianbook.com

I believe that Lisa has spoken to a real need in many women's lives. She has practical encouragement on how to connect with others and find the right place where one can belong. I highly recommend to read it. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

For more than a decade, Lisa Troyer has endeavored to reach out to women seeking a deeper relationship with God and discovering their place to belong. This desire has been the catalyst for the development of Circle of Friends Ministries (www.circleoffriends.fm) and her ministry as a worship leader, songwriter for LifeWay Worship, and program host for Moody Radio. She has recorded companion worship projects for books by Carol Kent and Virelle Kidder. Lisa and her husband Bob have been married for over twenty years and live in Ohio with their two children, Jillian and Christian.

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