Woman of Influence: Ten Traits of Those Who Want to Make a Difference

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InterVarsity Press, May 18, 2006 - Religion - 222 pages
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Do you dream of making a difference for God--but wonder how to begin? Do you find it difficult to keep your focus amid the urgency of everyday living? Do you feel ill-equipped to help those who turn to you for guidance? Are you searching for direction for your life--a ministry that matters? Pam Farrel has been there, as have so many countless other women she has discipled. In this book she shares what she has learned about disciplemaking, discovering a personal ministry, and staying focused on your goals. By the time you work your way to the end, you'll have discovered why a woman of influence:
  • is impassioned
  • is an individual
  • is intimate with God
  • is idealistic
  • is interdependent
  • takes initiative
  • has integrity
  • is intense
  • is inquiring
  • is infectious
Though many still debate the proper role for women in leadership, no one denies that women have a great influence on their families and friends, on the job and in the church. In Woman of Influence Farrel shows how you can be a faithful servant of God in all of those relationships and circumstances. Here's a book that women everywhere will welcome--full of encouraging counsel for finding God's leading in your life and then following him. This revised edition--containing even more stories of women, updated examples and a Bible study--can give you fresh perspective and direction in your life as you discover all the ways God wants to use you to influence others for him.

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After reading this book I got excited to pursue God's calling on my life as wife, mom and daughter of the King. Very inspiring, God centered and thought provoking. Read full review


What Is a Woman of Influence Like?
Finding Your Unique Calling
Discovering Your Leadership Style
Connecting with Your Creator
Daring to Dream
Sharpening Your People Skills
Reaching Your Potential
Staying Power for the Long Haul
Discovering How to Grow
Being a Contagious Christian
Living It Each DayTen Weeks of Devotions
Small Group Discussion Guide
Being a Contagious Christian 167

Consistent Living in an Inconsistent World

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About the author (2006)

Pam Farrel, a speaker and author, is co-founder with her husband Bill of Masterful Living, an organization that helps couples build successful relationships. Together Pam and Bill authored the bestselling book Men are Like Waffles, Women are Like Spaghetti (Harvest House). Pam is also the author of Woman of Influence: Ten Traits of Those Who Want to Make a Difference (IVP), The Treasure of Your Child (Harvest House), Got Teens? Tried Tips for Raising Tweens, Teens and Beyond (Harvest House), Devotions for Women on the Go! (with Steve Aurterburn), and articles in magazines and newspapers. Farrel has also worked as a director of women's ministries, youth leader and conference speaker.

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