Lessons From Lesser Known Bible Women
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Other Study Series on Bible Characters:
- As Sparks Flying Upwards
- Men For The Hour - Judges
- Nehemiah - Building For God
- See also: Ezekiel, Habakkuk, Haggai
God's Design For Women: Biblical Womanhood for Today, by Sharon James
Women today are encouraged to think they can 'have it all'; career success and family fulfilment at the same time. But these external measures of 'success' leave many feeling inadequate. Sharon James shows that every woman has dignity as she has been made in the image of God, and that every woman can find true fulfilment when she understands, enjoys and fulfils her creation design.
'God's Design For Women' has been written for:
- Christian women who want positive biblical teaching on womanhood, including issues such as singleness, marriage, motherhood and workplace.
- Church leaders who want to encourage biblical women's ministries.
- Students and others who want a biblical perspective on modern feminism and women in ministry.
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