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Everything You Need Spiral-bound – 2014
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His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness ... (2 Peter 1:3) Everything we need? Managing relationships, balancing life's busyness, dealing with stress, battling life's outrageous expectations, scrounging for enough supply to meet the day's demands, finding a sense of peace? Yes, really! If you're striving to be a woman of God, His promise is for you. Tap into His power and put all of your weight on His promise. You can have everything you need, not only to survive the pressures, but to thrive in spite of them. Grace-drenched words for hurried, harried hearts. You will find hope and healing in these pages. Casandra Martin Christian author Everything You Need has been a wonderful study for my class! It has made my job as facilitator/teacher very easy because it is so comprehensive. I have been teaching ladies' classes for over 20 years and this study has been one of the best I've ever taught. A great study for women in any stage of life and ministry. Sherrie Bradley I'm so thankful for this in-depth study because it reminds me daily of God's promise that I have everything I need because He provides. Sherrie Spencer R.N., B.S.N., M.S.Q.A. Everything You Need has prompted the most change in my day-to-day life - more that any other workbook I have studied. I will ... share it with other women who struggle with "I don't have what it takes." Bethany Doan Raised in a ministry/missionary family, Courtney Kendall Steed carries on the family legacy as a Bible class teacher and frequent speaker at ladies' retreats. She is a 2001 graduate of Harding University with a degree in nursing. She works part-time as she and her husband raise three sons near Nashville, TN. Courtney also blogs at www.courtneysteed.com