For many women, life feels like one big time crunch: Each day, they rush pell-mell from this responsibility to that, taking care of everyone around them-except themselves. In a rare quiet moment, they may have a sense of restlessness, a...
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For many women, life feels like one big time crunch: Each day, they rush pell-mell from this responsibility to that, taking care of everyone around them-except themselves. In a rare quiet moment, they may have a sense of restlessness, a longing for balance and purpose. But finding the renewal they desire evades them-until now. Redeeming Eve helps readers examine the deeper, more painful issues hiding behind a too-full schedule and enables them to move toward spiritual and emotional wholeness. Identifying problems such as a negative self-esteem, broken relationships, past wounds, and other difficulties, this book teaches readers how to choose different approaches of relating to others and more open ways of receiving God's transforming love. As a result, women will begin to experience: "a restored relationship with God, out of which a changed life can flow "growth in self-awareness and self-esteem "deeper intimacy and more honest communication with others "fresh understanding of the uni
Seeks to counter the cultural and relational baggage many women face by guiding them into a restored relationship with God which leads to repentance, relational growth, and spiritual vitality.
When life seems like an unending series of demands, Redeeming Eve will help you rediscover the honor and glory of being a woman.
Heather Webb teaches in the areas of counseling and spirituality at Mars Hill Graduate School of Western Seminary in Seattle, Washington, while maintaining a private counseling practice. She holds an M.Div. from Princeton Seminary, an M.A. in counseling from Colorado Christian University, and a D.Min. from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Webb is also an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America.