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Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Creation House
Publication Date: 2009
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You Can Still Wear Cute Shoes: And Other Great Advice from an Unlikely Preacher's WifeLisa McKayDavid C. Cook / 2010 / Trade Paperback$13.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews Video
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She Can't Even Play the Piano: Insights for Ministry WivesCompiled by Joyce WilliamsBeacon Hill Press / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Women in ministry, God is calling you to a destiny of making a differencein your home, in the church, and in the lives of all you touch!
Apostle Clifford E. Turner, PhD, has written this unique book for women called to ministrywhether in the home, as nurturers of family, in their church as leaders and pastoral figures, or in the community as women of influence. It will equip you to become a:
- Woman of prayerpositioning you in right relationship with God for right results!
- Godley voice and leaderpositioning you for right influence in the loves of your family, church, and others!
- Steward who is accountable in your faithpositioning you to be faithful to your "call"!
- Humble servantpositioning you to serve others as Jesus Christ would serve them!
This is not just another book about how to minister or even how to "make your ministry happen." It is a fascinating guide to walk in the very destiny to which God has called you.
The Ministry and Myth of the First Lady is written to respect the call of God on your life and will help you fulfill it.
About the Author
Apostle Clifford E. Turner, PhD, is the founder and chief apostle of Liberty International Networka consortium of individuals, churches, and businesses that are imparting life to municipalities, ministries, and the marketplace. Apostle Turner founded Liberty Temple Full Gospel Church in Chicago in 1982 as one of more than fifty he has planted in the United States. Apostle Turner earned his doctorate from Friends University in lives in Chicago with his wife and nine children.
Clifford E. Turner, PhD, founded Liberty Temple Full Gospel Church and World Outreach Ministries on March 14, 1982, in Chicago, Illinois. By 1985, Liberty Temple had become one of the fastest growing ministries of its time, outgrowing three locations in three years. Now the church has locations in fifteen states and sixteen nations. He has helped build the foundation of true outreach ministry throughout the Chicago Metropolitan area, as well as and participated with over sixty other outreach ministries. Turner also is an avid film producer, director, and author. He and his wife, Darlyn, reside in the Chicago area with their nine children.
lboyOhioAge: 45-54Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5May 12, 2013lboyOhioAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Although there are a few nuggets in this book be aware that it is written by a man......which begs the question.......is he qualified to really speak to this topic? not having lived the role or understanding the inner struggles that women deal with? He seems to come from a viewpoint of men lording it over women being second class citizens. I would not recommend this book to pastors wives.