Mothers-in law vs. Daughters-in-law: Let There Be Peace
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The mother and daughter-in-law conflict has existed throughout all of history. In the O.T. Rebekah complained about her daughters-in-law making her miserable. Today, many people continue to complain about their in-laws. In Mothers-in-Law vs. Daughters-in-Law, author Elisabeth Graham examines this relationship with an aim toward seeing in-laws as a gift to the entire family. With sound biblical wisdom and clever insights, Graham teaches women to find peace in all aspects of their relationships with their in-laws. Paperback.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Beacon Hill Press
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0834125323
ISBN-13: 9780834125322

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The conflict between a mother-in-law and her daughter-in-law has existed throughout all of history. In the Old Testament, Rebekah complained that her daughters-in-law were making her so miserable, she’d rather be dead. Now, thousands of years later, we’re still complaining about our in-laws, often even hoping they really won’t ever come visit.In Mothers-in-Law vs. Daughters-in-Law, author Elisabeth Graham examines this in-law conflict with aims to draw readers into a different perspective: that women will learn to recognize their in-laws as a beneficial relationship—a gift—to and for the entire family.With sound biblical wisdom and clever insights, Graham teaches women to find peace in all aspects of their relationships with their in-laws.

Author Bio

ELISABETH GRAHAM is a popular speaker and author. She speaks routinely for Stonecraft Ministries, where she serves on the Board of Directors, and also for many other women’s retreats and conferences.

Author Bio

Elisabeth Graham is a popular speaker and author. She speaks routinely for Stonecraft Ministries, where she serves on the Board of Directors, and also for many other womenÂ’s retreats and conferences.

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