The Invisible Woman: A Special Story for Mothers

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Mar 6, 2005 - Religion - 112 pages
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There is nothing like the pain of feeling invisible to those around you. It especially hurts when you are serving, giving, and loving, and no one seems to notice or even care.

In creating The Invisible Woman, Nicole Johnson shows how much she understands the difficulty of living with great responsibility without receiving any recognition. Nicole puts us inside the mind and heart of Charlotte Fisher.

And as we walk through Charlotte's story of feeling invisible, we experience the comedy and loneliness of her life. The invisibility that at first feels inflicted ultimately brings her real significance and meaning.

Drawing her strength from the invisible builders of the great cathedrals, Charlotte realizes she is not invisible to God, and this simple truth changes everything for her. Faith is rekindled in her heart as she seeks to love her family in ways that only invisibility makes possible.


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User Review  - Trudi -

I received this today and read it over my lunch hour. I'm not a mom, but sometimes we all feel invisible! In the business world, we're "expected" to make sure that never happens. My feelings were ... Read full review

User Review  - Karen -

I'm not sure why I picked this book up, because it's for mother's, and I'm not a "Mom" but no doubt it was the Spirit... Although the first chapter had me wondering where it story was going, the rest ... Read full review


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Nicole Johnson, author of Fresh Brewed Life, has a uniquely creative voice. As an accomplished writer, speaker, and actor, Nicole has performed in thousands of churches and venues over the last twenty-five years, including more than a decade of touring with the national conference Women of Faith. Nicole lives in Santa Monica, CA with her husband and two children.

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