Stronger Still: A Woman's Guide to Turning Your Hurt Into Healing for Others

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New Hope Publishers, 2007 - Religion - 238 pages
Whether troubles cause floundering faith or fear and despair, Stronger Still reveals how true spiritual maturity, not frantic religious activity, brings spiritual rest. In this interactive six-week Bible study for becoming a more spiritually mature Christian, Ellison encourages growth during troubled times. Stronger Still shows how God is with us, strengthening us, when the night is dark--before, during, and after a crisis. By diving deeper into the Spirit of Christ, believers can swim safely to calm shores.

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User Review  - Lisa Copen - Christianbook.com

This book by Edna Ellison is an amazing workbook to hold in your hand and work your way through if you are trying to figure out how to use the pain in your life to encourage other people. I am happy ... Read full review

User Review  - Patti Chadwick - www.bookbargainsandpreviews.com - Christianbook.com

No doubt about it... life is tough. Everyone goes through tough times. Like a lighthouse in the midst of a storm, author Edna Ellison is there to guide the reader through the troubled darkness into ... Read full review

Contents

VI
21
VII
28
VIII
34
X
43
XI
52
XII
60
XIV
62
XV
71
XXX
145
XXXI
150
XXXIII
156
XXXIV
164
XXXV
172
XXXVII
174
XXXIX
182
XL
189

XVI
78
XVII
84
XVIII
92
XIX
98
XXI
99
XXIII
104
XXIV
112
XXV
120
XXVI
129
XXVII
135
XXIX
137
XLI
194
XLII
200
XLIII
207
XLV
209
XLVI
214
XLVIII
221
L
227
LI
233
LII
237
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About the author (2007)

A popular author and speaker, Edna Ellison, PhD, has addressed women in almost every state in the US and has led women's conferences across Europe and South and Middle America. A humorist at heart, Edna loves collecting Christian jokes and leading women in her church in the Beautiful Hat Society, a group of Christian women who meet monthly for encouragement, laughter, and a time of sharing their mentoring adventures. Edna Ellison has raised two children and loves to spend time with her grandchild, Blakely.

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