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Act like a lady. Land a career. Find a man. Learn how to cook. Rear amazing kids. Oh! And be sure you stay thin. Pressure to perform and conform starts early in a woman's life and never stops. In attempts to compensate and keep up appearances, we lose our ability to keep in touch with the truest parts of ourselves. We put on masks and hide the painful parts of our stories. If we get a quiet moment, we are ambushed with doubts: Who am I? This book serves as a companion as we find ourselves, our sense of community and our identity in God.
Designed to take you deeper with God on your own or with a group of sisters, journey alongside experienced ministers Adele Ahlberg Calhoun and Tracey Bianchi into some of the places where women struggle - no matter what their age or life-stage. Personal resources like journaling questions and a small group guide help women support each other on the way. These pages offer a reminder that there is a beloved, "true you" waiting to be known in each of us and that a world in need awaits the unique stories that each of us were made to tell. Will you use your voice?
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
Invitations from God: Accepting God's Offer to Rest, Weep, Forgive, Wait, Remember, and MoreAdele Ahlberg CalhounInterVarsity Press / 2011 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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The True Measure of a Woman: Discover Your Intrinsic Value and See Yourself As God DoesLisa BevereCharisma House / 2007 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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"The book was a positive, refreshing read that I will reference in the future when ministering to or caring for women of all ages (including myself). In my friendships and deeper conversations, I have yet to meet a woman who has not wrestled with some form of self-doubt or identity struggle at some point in her life, and this book is a very poignant answer to that questioning."
"Every woman has a story, but not all of us know how to take what we have experienced and learned and known and tell that story. This wonderful book helps a woman find her voiceone that is neither too loud nor too soft; one that is truly God-given and unique. Through stories, experiences and very practical applications, Tracey Bianchi and Adele Ahlberg Calhoun help women 'lean in' to all that God has for them. A great book to share with a friend or a study group and one that every woman will find uplifting and helpful."
" True You does better than provide the 'right' answers: it asks the right questions. This book is a must-read for the thinking woman, one who wants to live out fully who God created her to be."
"'Your life matters and isnt just about you.' This sentence is a good summary of what Calhoun and Bianchi have to say in True You. These are words of dual truth that all women need to hear and believeand theyre rarely spoken in our world. With empathy and sisterly candor, these two women call us to what we already want to be and give us the courage to pursue our true selves."
"When I put this book down, I felt like I'd just come from coffee with Tracey and Adelethe best kind of coffee with friends, where you stay for hours and tell the truth, where you're given a gentle but challenging vision for the path ahead, where vulnerability and wisdom clear a space for better ways of living."
"Eschewing conversations about having it all or finding the perfect work-family balance, True You invites readers to 'catch our collective breath, and discover the true you.' Adele Calhoun, author of the Spiritual Disciplines Handbook teams up with Tracey Bianchi in this book written explicitly for women. Chapters address competition between women, our ongoing struggles with technology, and how to face who we are when we aren't busy."
"Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, True You should be considered a critically important and enduringly valuable read for young women ages 16-26and has a great deal of useful information for women of all agesespecially as mothers raising girls of their own."
"I experienced True You as a call to authenticity, weaving together the vulnerability of story-telling, bold vision, plus, a quality often missing among visionaries, common sense. The authors' wisdom reached to the soul center, from which our work in the world can best be unleashed."