If God Is in Control, Why Am I a Basket Case? Extraordinary Choices for a Joy-Filled Life
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Historical background and reference notes on Colossians are provided, along with an overview of the book. Bible study, an application section (What's in Your Basket?), Thinking It Over questions, and practical advice will help to allow the Holy Spirit turn your basket case moments into moments to live for Christ.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: New Hope Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 7.50 X 0.54 (inches)|
Forty million Americans experience anxiety disorders, and 30 percent of women suffer depression. Most women have their share of “basket-case” moments, but how can this be consistent with God’s work in our lives? Through and in-depth, eight week examination of the Book of Colossians, author Debbie Taylor Williams leads readers to understand that “basket-case” living is not God’s intention.
Addressing topics such as anger, forgiveness, temptations, relationships, and family responsibilities, this daily Bible study prompts readers to a deeper investigation of the state of their hearts and minds.
Debbie Taylor Williams has a passion for Christ, and it is evident in her energetic style and insightful personality. Having been diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age 29, Debbie brings spiritual maturity and biblical depth to her writing. Debbie’s passionate focus to help others know God’s life-changing power has led her to author numerous Bible studies, including If God Is in Control, Why Do I Have a Headache? Debbie also leads retreats and conferences and serves as keynote speaker at events throughout the United States.
Debbie’s spiritual investment in others was acknowledged by her community when she was recognized as the 2000 Woman of the Year in Kerville, Texas.
A graduate of Texas Tech University, Debbie and her husband of over 30 years, Keith, have two children, Taylor and Lauren.
raquel5 Stars Out Of 5awesome study!!August 31, 2015raquelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This study is awesome and very in depth!! Excellent choice!
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