Being a Christian woman in today's world is hard, but not impossible. As the world becomes more technologically advanced and the secular worldview becomes more prevalent, Christians struggle with where they fit into it. The demands on our time and the effects they have on our family adds stress and frustration to our life.
If we are transformed by the truth of God's Word and adopt a biblical worldview, we can become kingdom women. If we abide in God, we will find the endurance, patience and strength needed to do all that God has called us to do.
Tony Evans and Chrystal Evans Hurst offer principles to encourage and equip women to become the kingdom women God created them to be. "Kingdom Woman" was written especially for women who feel crushed by the demands of living the way others think they should. It's about living a life pleasing to God not man. By following the principles in "Kingdom Woman," you will have the confidence to grow in your calling.
If you are struggling as a woman trying to do too much or following the demands of others, "Kingdom Woman" will help you see what your priorities should be and how to make the necessary changes to move toward a deeper relationship with God.
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I have found the book to be exactly as Dr. Evan's set out for it to be; as he said that he and his daughter wrote the book to "challenge women to look higher than where you are to whose you are, and to be transformed by the truth of being a Kingdom Woman." The book encourages women to set their eyes on Christ and to pursue what God has created them to be. There is more information and free devotional downloads can be found at kingdomwomanbook.com.