Settling for Less Than God's Best?: A Relationship Check-Up for Single WomenElsa KokNew Hope Publishers / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
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Keyona Glenn5 Stars Out Of 5May 12, 2009Keyona GlennI think it is a great book for single people. It brought a different perspective of things. Somethings you never really put together to come with solutions.
Phyllis Griffin5 Stars Out Of 5September 22, 2008Phyllis GriffinI am middle aged, single, and not interested in a relationship. This book helped me see some things I wish I'd known 40 years ago. I think it will be a help to me in dealing with friends who may be in a bad relationship. It is good and practical.
Ami5 Stars Out Of 5February 17, 2008AmiI had bought this book for a friend. Who I had been praying for long time. But I got the book. I really love it and got one for myself as well. Author does not paint this Christian dream world that I think a lot do. Just read it to find out.
Jennifer Shell5 Stars Out Of 5November 2, 2007Jennifer ShellThis is a very good book. I especially like the check list at the end of each chapter that get the reader to truly think about herself, the man in her life, and the relationship. In addition the last 2 chapters deal with how to break off a relationship when the relationship is not God's best for you, and when to keep the relationship going when the relationship is God's will. This will definitely be a keeper book on my shelf until I find the one man that IS God's best for me! This book will help keep me from making the same mistake twice with a dating and marriage relationship.
Corrie5 Stars Out Of 5March 29, 2006CorrieThis really was a check-up for me that helped me gauge present relationships and bring some mental and emotional closure and resolution to past ones. I admire Elsa's boldness to be honest and vulnerable. It encourages me to get honest with myself, with God, and with those who care about me enough to keep me accountable. I especially appreciated her encouragement to stay connected within a community of faith and a group of women.