Managing Your Emotions (Women Of Faith Bible Study Series)
Most of us live at the mercy of our emotions. When we're up we're happy, content, and joyful, but when we're down we're depressed, angry, and frustrated. What's more, we often have mixed emotions, conflicting emotions, or fleeting emotions. All...
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Most of us live at the mercy of our emotions. When we're up we're happy, content, and joyful, but when we're down we're depressed, angry, and frustrated. What's more, we often have mixed emotions, conflicting emotions, or fleeting emotions. All of this leaves us feeling at war with ourselves. In this study, readers will discover that there is hope! While we can't necessary control what we feel, we can manage how we react to those emotions. We can lean into the feelings that God has given each of us, explore what God says about them in His Word, and learn God's perspective on how to manage them. When we do, we will find that our emotions can be our allies!
Mary Graham is president of Women of Faith (WOF), a division of Thomas Nelson, Inc., which hosts America's largest women's conference. Since 1996, over three million women have attended Women of Faith conferences innbsp;80 cities. Mary serves as host for the conference and works closely with speakers and musicians. In the WOF offices, she directs 75 employees and supervises all phases of the ministry, including WOF publishing and recording. Prior to joining Women of Faith, Mary was director of international ministries for Insight for Living. She also invested 22 years with Campus Crusade for Christ International. A graduate of California State University in sociology, her work has taken her to every continent, and she has lived in many parts of the U.S.
After retiring from 30 years as an executive with Mobil Oil Corporation and vice president of Public Relations for the radio ministry, Insight for Living, LUCI SWINDOLL is enjoying partial retirement in Palm Desert, California. Still active in her personal speaking ministry, she travels to conferences and retreats throughout the United States some forty weekends a year