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Number of Pages: 240
Publication Date: 2008
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Battlefield of the Mind, Winning the Battle in Your MindJoyce MeyerFaithWords / 1999 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 251 Reviews
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Becky has spent more than 28 years teaching the Word of God to women both nationally and internationally. She creatively combines deep Biblical insight with her powerful testimony and the stories of other women. Her life experience as a pastor's wife, parent of four children, Women's Ministries Director, and survivor of breast cancer bring depth to her message. She brings a message of hope and healing that is refreshingly transparent.
Becky holds a degree in Biblical Literature. She is currently speaking (both individually and together with her husband), writing and mentoring women. She and Steve have four children ranging in age from 17-25. Her first book, Finding Calm in Life's Chaos, was published by Navpress and released in June 2005.
Judy ParandelisPensacola, FLAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2010Judy ParandelisPensacola, FLAge: 55-65Gender: femaleOne of the best books I have ever read. Have a list of friends that want to borrow it when I am finished. Thanks Becky!
Rochelle Jones4 Stars Out Of 5February 16, 2010Rochelle JonesThis book is thought provoking. It forces you to think about not only the issues of the past, but how they have affected your reaction to current situations. There were time I had to put the book down, because I was not ready to deal with issues that the book was asking me to do. I would reccommend this book to all women who need to face their past hurts and they are now ready to move forward.
Deanna BurrisAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5June 10, 2009Deanna BurrisAge: 45-54Gender: femaleA couple of friends and I are doing this book as our summer Bible study and we are finding it an awesome study for growth and letting go of past hurts.
Joyce Bolis4 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2008Joyce BolisFound a book that caught my attention and indeed t'was worth it. It is definitely unusual for women of such life experience to speak out boldly about it and the struggle they had as they suffer silently then till they break down emotionally and physically endanger their well being.It takes a special woman to pursue determined efforts toward healing and only by God's enabling grace can anyone come out of the dirty pit of shame, fear and distrust. So called victims can only find deliverance, forgiveness of self, acceptance and a renewed sense of well being by accepting that the Almighty guided them through for survival till they finally met the Lord as their only source of hope, salvation and reason to go on life. Spirit-led ad challenged, they can find solutions adaptable to view the past and reckon it as past and move on to embrace a new life's pattern and outlook through godly attitude well presented by the author. Only the Lord can set us free from such bondage but helped and assisted by those who are comforted themselves of the Lord and willing to extend and share such comfort to those who needed it with compassion and understanding and wisdom given them as the author has for christian service...I admire her courage and willingness to encourage others to face life anew,her dedication to her God-given talent of ministering.