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Silver Threads: Weaving Godly Wisdom Into the Lives of Younger Women Paperback – July 31, 2014
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About the Author
Kate is simply an ordinary woman serving an extraordinary God. She is a New England gal to the core, but was transplanted years ago to the prairies of the Midwest where she and her husband Kevin raise and homeschool their 8 children. She seeks to honor her Creator by ministering to women of all ages, especially by coming alongside young women who are just beginning to understand their purpose in His great tapestry. They appreciate her love of the Word, her practical wisdom, and her lively sense of humor. She is the author of Cut It Out! How I Feed My Family of 10 for $500 a Month Without Coupons, and blogs at TeachingWhatIsGood.com.
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I recommend this book to older Christian women who want to change the world the way Jesus prescribed: investing in individuals and learning to love them practically.
She correctly points out that while we can attribute that role to spiritually older women, or anyone who is older than the one they are discipling, the Bible clearly defines this woman as a physically older woman whose children are grown.
The part of the book I loved the most was her instruction on how to become an older woman, or how to effectively disciple. She brings up mistakes I often see in ministry, in general such as, creating "mini me"s, determining what God's plan is for the person you disciple, or trying to become the Holy Spirit's voice for them.
This book is vital for every Christian woman and every Christian worker.
It is a book I highly recommend and a book I will be advising my friends to purchase for their own libraries.