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Divinely Dressed: Putting on Garments of Grace Paperback – April 13, 2017
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PENNY J. KENDALL is an imperfect older woman, striving to live life on mission and become everything God meant for her to be. She is a Christian Life & Leadership Coach, a minister’s and missionary wife of 41 years; a mom of 6 with one who already walks in Paradise, and a Grammy of 12—and counting. She and her husband presently live in Singapore where he oversees the Singapore & SE Asian campuses of the Sunset Int’l Bible Institute and she serves as Dean of Women. Penny blogs about life on mission at www.pennyjkendall.com.
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Divinely Dressed is an outpouring of Penny's heart in book form, and styled in a way that so many of us can understand. Penny uses the illustration of a makeover to share her points...how we are called, as Christians, to take off our old stained garments, and put on the beautiful clothing of Christ, reflecting his identity rather than our own old selves.
The themes Penny highlights are so important...cultivating a selfless heart of service; the importance of gratitude; being peace-makers and healing the broken; finding our purpose in being, rather than in our doing; recognizing our "meant-to-be" is about where our hearts dwell, rather than rooted in accomplishment, and others.
I loved the clear message, the call to do my own "identification review," to see if I am wearing the garments of grace that Christ gives, or if I've slipped back into dress not befitting the daughter of the King.
Finally, let me say that Penny writes with love, humility, and a desire to encourage, rather than rebuke, to share with love and hope. This book will bless the reader!