At the Feet of Ordinary Women
1. Women, We're In This Together^2. Women Learning From Women: A Timeless Tradition^3. A Learned Skill: Loving Your Husband^4. A Heritage From The Lord: Loving Our Children^5. Who's In Control Here?^6. Pure As The Driven Snow^7. More Than Chores: The...
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1. Women, We're In This Together^2. Women Learning From Women: A Timeless Tradition^3. A Learned Skill: Loving Your Husband^4. A Heritage From The Lord: Loving Our Children^5. Who's In Control Here?^6. Pure As The Driven Snow^7. More Than Chores: The Ministry Of Housekeeping^8. Deliberate Acts Of Kindness^9. Submission: Who Me?^10. The Titus 2 Woman Grows Up. . .And becomes The Proverbs 31 Lady^214 Pages
Do you want to be a godly woman, but also find yourself wanting to be seen by the world as successful? Have you ever read Proverbs 31 and decided that becoming a godly woman is impossible? The five authors of At the Feet of Ordinary Women came together with a common desire to minister to other women according to Titus 2:4-5. In that brief passage, the apostle Paul presents a profound, God-breathed instruction on just how to be a godly woman. Understanding the incredibly valuable role of mentoring is the basis for this helpful work. Built on that basis, the authors share wisdom on loving your husband and your children; responding to authority; and being self-controlled, pure, and kind. Each chapter includes a Bible study that will help you examine the topic and related Scriptures. At the Feet of Ordinary Women is a great Bible study to help you learn the keys to being a godly woman. And once you've learned and applied these concepts, you'll see that the rewards of the Proverbs 31 woman are far more attainable than you once imagined. Book jacket.
Take a look at how your history and past perspectives are influencing your marriage relationship today. This book takes husbands and wives step-by-step through an honest assessment of what they brought into the marriage while providing practical tools for positive change with a biblical perspective.
Cox works in recovery ministry and plans to earn her master's degree in biblical counseling.
Eagan serves as the small-group director at her church after twenty years of small-group leadership experience and some theological training.
Conrad has the gift of leadership, which she uses to minister to women through the love she has found in Jesus Christ.