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Number of Pages: 250
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
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Moving from Fear to Freedom: A Woman's Guide to Peace in Every Situation - eBookGrace FoxHarvest House Publishers / 2007 / ePub$9.29 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Fear was not part of God's original agenda for his creation. It slithered onto the scene when Adam and Eve sinned, causing a tear in their relationship with God. And even though fear touches every life and can still debilitate people today, the news isn't all bad. Popular speaker and author Grace Fox demonstrates how believers can face their fear and actually let it be a catalyst for change.
Readers will learn how to stop hiding from God and instead develop a deeper relationship with Him. This is what she calls "the upside of fear": When we cry out to God for help, He answers, and we experience Him in new ways.
Each chapter highlights a particular area where readers can begin to experience freedom from fears about their personal identity, their finances, their kids, the future, and more.
Grace Fox is an international speaker at women's events, a popular radio and television guest, and the author of several books, including 10-Minute Time Outs for You and Your Kids. Her articles have been published in Reader’s Digest and several other magazines. Grace and her husband, Gene, served as missionaries for nearly 20 years.
"Another winner by Grace Fox! Every woman will identify with Moving from Fear to Freedom. With profound insight, humor, sound advice, and amazing stories, Grace inspires you to jump in, face your fears, learn, grow and come out stronger on the other side. Moving from Fear to Freedom will be part of my personal library. It's a keeper."
—Margaret Gibb, President, Women Alive
"Grace Fox has tackled a challenging emotion—fear—and written about it with clarity, compassion, and courage. She offers help, hope, and even a bit of humor as she uncovers the truth about fear through real-life stories, relevant Scripture, and steps of practical application. My favorite part of each chapter is 'Praying the Promises.' A must-read for anyone afraid of fear!"
—Karen O'Connor, author of Walkin' with God Ain't for Wimps and The Beauty of Aging
"Grace Fox has nailed the fears that pierce a woman's heart and prevent her from experiencing the true joy and freedom that are her birthright as a child of the living God. For too long we women have allowed ourselves to walk in the shadow of fear, missing out on the sunlight that beckons us and is ours for the taking. Grace shows us how we can move from the shadow into the sunlight once and for all and, in turn, help others to do the same.
"Complete with provocative points to ponder, Scriptures to mediate on, and prayers to pray, Moving from Fear to Freedom is a must-read book for any woman who desires to live in the truth that "God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind."
Kathi Macias, author of How Can I Run a Tight Ship When I'm Surrounded by Loose Cannons?
"Grace is far more than an author; she's a friend who lovingly walks beside you through the pages of her book. Her writing takes you to a place of real freedom. Her words are like keys that unlock a woman's spirit and help her to live freely in the truth. Grace presents liberating spiritual principles with clarity and sensitivity. She offers profound truth in a practical way through deep spiritual insights and great storytelling. She is truly a woman of wisdom and compassion, and I am honored to know her."
—Jennifer Rothschild, speaker on the popular Women of Faith Tour, author of Lessons I Learned in the Dark and Self Talk, Soul Talk
"Grace Fox's book Moving from Fear to Freedom, is a must-read for every woman regardless of age. Many of the fears resonated with my own life experience, so I could identify with the struggles as well as the freedom of giving all to God. I was reminded of Proverbs 3:5-6—'Trust in the LORD with all your heart and learn not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.'"
—Deb Haggerty, author and speaker
"Moving from Fear to Freedom is a deeply soul-satisfying book. Grace Fox does a masterful job of helping us engage our hearts as well as our minds in becoming active participants in taking control of fear and transforming it, with the help of the Holy Spirit, into the energy we need to move more deeply and freely into the abundant life that was Jesus' stated intention of his life. Grace knows what she's talking about and is a trusted 'over coffee' friend. This is a great resource for all ages."
—Robin Chaddock, certified life coach, author, speaker
"There really is an upside to fear! Grace Fox shares this truth by revealing her own struggles with fear along with real, from-the-heart stories of women across the country. The sections at the end of each chapter—Points for Progress, Promises to Ponder, and Praying the Promises—are creative and brilliant practical helps. Grace clearly demonstrates that fear does indeed take flight in the face of God's infinite person and power! Personally, I thank Grace for helping me to so deeply understand and face fear in a whole new way. This book has brought me into the freedom God so desires for all of us."
—Lane P. Jordan, author of 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman and 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Mom
"What a timeless book. Every day of our life can be fraught with fear if we allow it. In Moving from Fear to Freedom, Grace Fox tells the good, bad, and ugly of fear. Some fears are healthy and necessary, and others are debilitating. Grace teaches readers how to break free from the ones that hold them back, she includes stories and poignant quotes, and she offers points for progress, promises to ponder, meaningful prayers. This is a book to be read and reread."
—Brenda Nixon, speaker and author of Parenting Power in the Early Years