Burdens Do a Body Good
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About "Burdens Do a Body Good"
Being a woman in today's world means wrestling?physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally?with lots of weighty struggles. Lifestyle mentor Michele Howe and orthopedic surgeon Christopher Foetisch offer a well-rounded ?training manual? filled with inspirational insight and practical advice for handling life's toughest battles with inner and outer strength. Thematic chapters begin with Howe's trademark real-life vignettes and essays on personal and situational topics: loss, sorrow, aging, job displacement, divorce, parenting issues, financial setbacks, illness, and more. Women will identify with the experiences of other women, and how each found and developed the emotional and spiritual strength to meet the challenges she faced. Foetisch then provides practical weight-bearing ?exercises? for body and soul health, and information on staying strong and well, no matter your age or circumstances. Valuable take-away action thoughts, meaningful quotations, and concluding Scripture verses complete the ?workout.? Women will be delighted and surprised at the recommendations, choices, and options available to them. They'll discover new ways of dealing with old problems and develop the multifaceted fitness they need to fearlessly face all of life's challenges.
Meet the Author
Michele Howe is a book reviewer for Publishers Weekly, CBA Marketplace, and CCM Magazine. Michele has published over 700 articles and reviews and is the author of several books including Prayers for Homeschool Moms, Still Going It Alone, and Going It Alone: Meeting the Challenges of Being a Single Mom. She is a mother of four children and has been homeschooling for twelve years.