Best-selling authors Carol Kent and Karen Lee-Thorp offer readers six steps that will take them far down the road toward becoming spiritually authentic. Using the life of Christ as their model, they help women face six of the major issues and choices that will help them own up to the areas in their lives where they are acting rather than being genuine. Readers will study the habits Jesus practiced and get an inside view of the values of God's kingdom. They won't become authentic in six weeks, but if they devote themselves to these habits, their lives will be changed. Because once a Christian woman fully experiences the transforming love of her Master, she becomes a really authentic Christian. Guaranteed.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 80 Vendor: NavPress Publication Date: 2000 Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
In an age in which public facades are the norm, the courage to be genuine is highly prized. Transform your life from acting like the person you want be to authentically living the life to which you are called.
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Carol Kent is hilariously funny biblically sound and heartbreakingly transparent in person and in print. Founder and president of Speak Up for Hope (a prison ministry) and Speak Up Speaker Services (a speakers bureau) Carol is the bestselling author of many books including When I Lay My Isaac Down A New Kind of Normal Becoming a Woman of Influence Speak Up With Confidence Secret Longings of the Heart and Tame Your Fears. She is an expert on public speaking writing and evangelism. Carol travels the world speaking to tens of thousands each year at events such as Extraordinary Women Vision New England Women of Faith THRIVE and Women of Grace. Carol and her husband Gene make their home in Florida.