For many women, life feels like one big time crunch: Each day, they rush pell-mell from this responsibility to that, taking care of everyone around them-except themselves. In a rare quiet moment, they may have a sense of restlessness, a longing for balance and purpose. But finding the renewal they desire evades them-until now.
Redeeming Eve helps readers examine the deeper, more painful issues hiding behind a too-full schedule and enables them to move toward spiritual and emotional wholeness. Identifying problems such as a negative self-esteem, broken relationships, past wounds, and other difficulties, this book teaches readers how to choose different approaches of relating to others and more open ways of receiving God's transforming love. As a result, women will begin to experience:
" a restored relationship with God, out of which a changed life can flow
" growth in self-awareness and self-esteem
" deeper intimacy and more honest communication with others
" fresh understanding of the unique gifts they have to offer those around them
For readers seeking God's renewal, as well as anyone who counsels or teaches women, this thought-provoking book offers a message of vitality, growth, and change.
Heather Parkinson-Webb is a chaplain and director of spiritual care for skilled nursing in Greenwich, Connecticut. She holds an MDiv from Princeton Seminary, an MA in counseling from Colorado Christian University, and a DMin from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Webb is also an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America.