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But many women suffer from anxiety and oppression regarding their unique style. Because we have difficulty accepting how precious we are, we all suffer. In You Are a Daughter of the King You'll discover that God fashioned you and each of your sisters as integral threads in His majestic tapestry, and that you truly are a daughter of the King!
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Dr. Gail M. Hayes, author of One-Minute Success Secrets for Women, has a new book for women who love to look good! Find your personal style by taking Gail’s fashion questionnaire and discover what your style says about youand the unique ways God can use you.
Gail M. Hayes has served as a consultant to women in the workplace by helping them to improve their relationships and become agents of change. Because of her passion for helping working women (whether they are working on an assembly line, making power decisions from the board room, or standing at a diaper-changing table), she developed the Handle Your Business Girl Empowerment Network, empowering women who want to make connections with other women.
"You Are a Daughter of the King is an exceptional and thought-provoking book, instilling in its readers tremendous personal value. Dr. Hayes exposes the fragile identities placed on women when characterized by mere outward appearance. Readers will find comfort in knowing, it's okay to be who God created you to be."