Do you know a woman who works her heart out but never gets anything "just right"? Who feels like she falls short of being the Christian wife, mother, daughter, and friend she longs to be? Sound like anyone you...
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Do you know a woman who works her heart out but never gets anything "just right"? Who feels like she falls short of being the Christian wife, mother, daughter, and friend she longs to be?
Sound like anyone you know? Perhaps even the girl in the mirror? If so, Cheri Gregory and Kathi Lipp have good news for you.
You're not a bad person. You've simply been obeying some really bad rules for far too long, rules that promised paradise but misled you into perfectionism, people-pleasing, and procrastination prison. But you don't have to stay stuck in discouragement and resentment. Escape is possible. Rescue is waiting.
This sassy self-help guide offers been-there-felt-that, girlfriend-to-girlfriend empathy and experience that will help you
tell the difference between reasonable rules and bad rules identify the bad rules you need to break discover biblical wisdom to overcome the bad rules in your life
As you stop trying to measure up so that others will be impressed, you'll experience what it means to "let the peace of Christ rule in your heart."
Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker, currently speaking each year to thousands of women throughout the United States. She is the author of The Husband Project and The Marriage Project and has had articles published in several magazines, including Today's Christian Woman and Discipleship Journal. Kathi and her husband, Roger, live in California and are the parents of four teenagers and young adults.
Cheri Gregory is a certified personality trainer and has written numerous magazine articles and drama scripts. When she's not writing, she loves to ride at the Monterey Bay Horsemanship and Therapeutic Center and to jog with her keeshond, Shatzi. She and her husband, Daniel, have been married for 25 years and are the parents of two young adults.