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If so, this book offers you hope and help. Paula Rinehart writes as both a kindred spirit and a compassionate counselor, using true-stories, professional insights, and her own heart-felt wisdom - plus an assortment of practical exercises and study questions - to help you:
- reconnect with long-lost dreams and refocus misplaced passion
- loosen the subtle stranglehold of your own expectations
- uncover the heart issues - and the healing possibilities - of your sexuality
- discover when, how and Whom to trust
- develop a vision for the 'big picture' of your life
Rinehart's convincing message is that God is calling you - in your heart of hearts - to follow Him on the unpredictable, but exhilarating journey of life. This book will help you listen and say yes to that call to become the strong, wise, loving, and fulfilled woman you were always meant to be.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.43 (inches)|
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Sex and the Soul of a Woman: How God Restores the Beauty of Relationships from the Pain of RegretPaula RinehartZondervan / 2010 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Recently updated with an expanded study guide, Strong Women, Soft Hearts has quickly become an important study for women of all ages. Through inspiring real-life testimonies, Paula Rinehart writes as both a kindred spirit and a compassionate counselor to women feeling robbed of their passions and trapped by life's disappointing realities. Women who long to be released from the burden of hard choices and perpetually empty souls will be empowered to rediscover dreams long lost and refocus energy misguided. Strong Women, Soft Hearts cries out for women to embrace passion and approach life as something to be lived, not merely survived.
Sandra Kay5 Stars Out Of 5December 24, 2007Sandra KayFabulous! A "must read" for all women, and it wouldn't hurt a few men either. A real therapeutic experience without the expense of a personal counselor. A practical guide to dealing with hurts in your life. So glad I invested in such a great resource. You won't regret it.
Deitra Shoemaker5 Stars Out Of 5November 15, 2007Deitra ShoemakerPowerful book that speaks to the heart about those areas that hold us back from being all God created us to be. Paula's insight helped me to embrace those areas that kept me stuck and helped me moved past them toward a healthier, more Christ-like me. I felt this book was the "companion" book to Wild at Heart before Captivating was published. If you liked either of those books, you'll love the flavor of SWSH.