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The Life Ready Woman

Are you a ‘Doing it all’ or ‘Do what matters’ woman?

Whether a stay at home; or working mom, an airplane-hopping executive, an empty-nester caring for multiple generations or a single juggling high demands of career and personal life, today's fast-paced modern world leaves women gasping for balance. We as modern Christian women want to look to the Bible for guidance on how to manage our lives -- but because the world of women looks so different today than it did when the Bible was written, it is hard to find chapter and verse that seems to apply to our situation today.

Thankfully, God has given us exactly that timeless, unchanging guidance for how to find peace, clarity, and God's best for our lives once we know where to look! The Life Ready Woman: Thriving in a Do-It-All World, reveals a profound biblical roadmap for how each of us can find the abundant life we are longing for, rather than the stressful, torn, how-do-I-balance-it-all life we often feel like we are trying to keep up with today. Actually being a LifeReady Woman means that you are clear about your life, bold in your faith, and able to find God’s best for you, and the end result will be that you not only survive but thrive in our do-it-all world.

God has given every wonderfully unique woman different skills and abilities, different desires, and different temperaments -- and every woman around the planet and through the ages is certainly living in different circumstances. But no matter what a woman’s life looks like, the Bible says that God has an individual mission and plan that He’s carefully designed for each of us. And He wants us to find it. Starting January 2011, The Life Ready Woman and the Life Ready Woman Video Series will help every wonderfully unique woman to thrive as she identifies and courageously pursues God's unique design and callings for her. LifeReady Woman puts you on a roadmap to make decisions that will lead to relief, delight, and fulfillment instead of regret.

My Thoughts~ What works for my family may not work for another family. We are all different.  Our family has made sacrifices, so that I could be at home. Not too long ago, I thought I would be able to go back to work and care for my family. Little did I know that within the first two weeks, I would be leaving that teaching position to return home. I have all that I want ~ a family to care for. Do I feel that I sacrificed my worth as a woman by being a helpmeet and keeper at home? Absolutely not! Women are first and foremost called to be a helpmeet to their husbands (if they have one) and a keeper at home. Do I feel that I sacrificed an expensive college degree? No, I have a degree and experience that I can fall back on if something should happen in our family.

Can women really have it all? Yes, it depends on what makes up their "all". There are sacrifices that are made for that "all" but a key thing is balance. And knowing when and how to balance out those things.  Going to the Bible is the key to everyday life and this book points that out.

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By Shaunti Feldhahn & Robert Lewis / B&H Books

Most women need a contemporary, encouraging vision for what it means to be a godly, biblically guided female in the twenty-first century. A biblical woman takes God's Word seriously not just at church but also in the everyday walk of life. But can a significant and satisfying twenty-first-century womanhood really be defined from Scripture? The answer is yes, and Shaunti Feldhahn helps readers take five faith steps drawn from the Bible that will help to define the best life possible. Each one is easy to understand, but requires bold faith to activate. The reward is being ready for the deeper life that God has planned. Paperback.

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