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Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
Are you afraid that . . you'll never reach the end of dirty diapers? You'll never be free of carpool duty? Your teenager's rebellion will never end? The empty nest is just a little too empty?
Fear not, seasons change. You blink twice and find yourself in another situation. Maybe longing for the "old days" or maybe grateful for the freshness of a new season. But like it or not, the seasons will come, each in its sequence and each in its own time.
Using lively examples from her own life and those of other women - including Esther - Lois Evans challenges you to to discover the purpose of your life and to depend on Him as He teaches the lessons of each season. In this book, you will find helpful priniciples, recognize familiar emotions, and take to heart encouraging promises from the pages of God's Word.
In this edition a new chapter on the grandparenting season has been added. And to help you dig deeper - whether alone or with friends - chapter study questions are included.
In addition to numerous magazine and newsletter articles, Lois is the author of Stones of Remembrance and Seasons Of A Woman's Life. She co-authored Our Love Is Here To Stay, and was a contributing author of Promises: Understanding and Encouraging Your Husband.
Lois is married to her favorite pastor/teacher and best friend, Dr. Tony Evans, Senior Pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas. They have four children and six grandchildren and reside in Dallas. For more information, visit www.loisevans.org.
DJAge: 45-54Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5Season's of a Woman's LifeMay 22, 2015DJAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3This book was beneficial in laying out the seasons of life that God gives women, sharing how we are uniquely called by God to journey through life with Him. Plainly and straightforwardly laid out, this book would be a great gift for a young wife and mom. As an empty nester, I was anticipating that this book might give me insight on what my current season might look like but it did not really do that. Still, it is a solid book with great insight and I do recommend it.
NancyLongmont, COAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Very Uplifting Practical Book For TodayJanuary 17, 2014NancyLongmont, COAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I loved this book. It is very easy to understand and a pretty quick read. I loved the way Lois tied in the story of Esther and scripture throughout the book. I am 58 years old and single, but raised a son by myself and worked full time. I've been an empty nester for over 15 years. I wish I had had this book 30 years ago. Understanding that everyone has seasons of life and that we will have different priorities and responsibilites during those different seasons was extremely helpful to me, not only for my life now, but to understand my younger years as well.