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Each of the book's chapters centers on a specific method for realizing and developing the qualities of Deborah, the judge, prophetess, warrior, and wife written about in the Old Testament. The qualities of Intelligence, Spirituality, Action, and Community are illustrated with anecdotes from the author's life. Read this book and discover how to live a powerful, confident life. Hardcover.
|Title: Becoming a Woman of Destiny: Turning Life's Trials into Triumphs! - eBook|
By: Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook
Format: DRM Protected ePub
|Publication Date: 2010|
Stock No: WW47375EB
With timeless biblical principles as a foundation, as well as transformative modern-day examples, Dr. Sujay illustrates that every woman is destined for a remarkable life. In Becoming a Woman of Destiny, she explains how women can release themselves from their prisons of fear, failure, and a painful past, and move forward confidently into their own greatness. Also included in this life-changing book are guidelines for creating Destiny Circles—powerful groups of women who come together for support, inspiration, and encouragement.
Becoming a Woman of Destiny is a groundbreaking book that will help any woman wanting to live her fullest present and future.
--Former President Bill Clinton
"Dr. Sujay has the ability to invoke all audiences, regardless of race, gender, religion, or socioeconomic status. Through her colorful words, Dr. Sujay shares inspiration and encouragement that leaves one feeling revived and recharged."
--Bishop T.D. Jakes
"Becoming a Woman of Destiny brings to mind my mother, Coretta Scott King. The four pillars discussed in Becoming a Woman of Destiny reflect the life [my mother] lived and the lessons she taught as she moved into the second half of her life after my father's assassination. To all mature women, this is a must read to accompany you on your journey to become one of the Wisdom Women."
--Bernice A. King
"Cook creates a bold and meaningful template for self-actualization among women over fifty, replete with personal stories of "women of destiny" of her acquaintance, told skillfully and with respect and admiration. Cook herself is a strength; her experience in religious counseling, as well as her clear, optimistic take on Christian values and her obvious enthusiasm for the subject, will leave readers in all phases of life inspired."