By Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Tim Grissom
Experience the joy that comes with personal revival. Did you know that revival means a complete transformation of your heart that impacts your home, church, and the world? In Seeking Him, Nancy Leigh DeMoss shows you the way toward freedom and the genuine holiness that comes from humility, repentance, and forgiveness.
By Sharon Jaynes
Physical scars represent a story, a moment in one's life, and they show others that there is a history of healing. Author Sharon Jaynes shares with women how their internal scars marks from past hurts and mistakes also represent a story of restoration. Encouraging chapters, inspirational stories, godly wisdom, and a Bible study guide lead readers to give their wounds to the One who sees their beauty and who turns hurts into hope.
By Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Every great movement of God is preceded by a season of humility and repentance: brokenness. You will never know real joy, peace, or success until you learn what it means to live a fully surrendered life, and have a conscious ambition and aim to be holy. Nancy Leigh DeMoss's life message, with probing questions and application, will be the starting point for giving God the right to revive, control, and purify your heart.
By Elyse Fitzpatrick
Fear and worry are surprisingly common and paralyzing emotions for many women today. In fact, even those who have been Christians for years find themselves battling difficult and often overwhelming concerns--concerns about marital strife, rebellious children, problems in the workplace or at home, serious health issues, financial difficulties, and much more. God knew worry would be a very real problem. Women will find comfort and encouragement as they learn from the transparent, real-life examples of others who have struggled with anxiety, including the author herself
By Ed Welch
Overly concerned about what people think of you? Welch uncovers the spiritual dimension of people-pleasing and points the way through a true knowledge of God, ourselves, and others.
By Wayne Mack & Joshua Mack
Satan wants you blind, paralyzed, imprisoned, and---most of all---ignorant that Christ wants you free! In The Fear Factor, Wayne and Joshua Mack explain that, though "No Fear" sounds good, it's just a bumper-sticker slogan unless you start thinking like a child of God. Discover what the devil doesn't want you to know in this 14-part Bible study aimed at destroying the shackles that bind you.
By Elisabeth Elliot
In The Path of Loneliness, Elliot gives hope to the lonely through tender reflections on God's love for us and his plans to bless us. Here you will find honesty and compassion, not platitudes. She tackles this difficult topic with grace and faith, showing you how to make peace with loneliness, however it has come about, and how to grow through it.
By Ken Sande
Experience the healing power of biblical peacemaking as you learn to apply scriptural principles to conflict in the world around you. Parse the elements of arguments and begin to see that there's not really any difference that can't be overcome with the right perspective. It's practical guidance for resolving all types of conflict and hope for relationships you thought were unsalvageable.
By Jackie Kendall
Jackie Kendall is an expert in forgiveness, having grown up in a severely abusive and dysfunctional family. After two siblings committed suicide, Jackie decided she wouldn't let the darkness of resentment shadow her life. In Free Yourself to Love she shares her struggles and insights in developing a forgiving lifestyle. Learn how to exchange bitterness for grace, when you free yourself to love.
By Jerry Sittser
Loss in life is inevitable, but it's possible to harness the hardship of loss and turn it into a positive event in your life. Author Jerry Sittser explores painful events like divorce, death and illness and shows that it's not the circumstances we find ourselves in at these points of loss, but how we respond to them that widens our spiritual capacity to experience blessing and growth in the midst of grief.
By Nancy Guthrie
Shunning platitudes and easy answers, Nancy Guthrie deals head-on with the issues experienced by those who are going through suffering and loss. Through lessons drawn from the biblical story of Job and the experience of losing her infant daughter, Hope, Nancy gently challenges readers to embrace suffering as a means of discovering a more meaningful relationship with God. Holding On to Hope offers an uplifting perspective, not only for those experiencing monumental loss but also for anyone going through difficulty and failure.
Flourish is a ministry of the North American Mission Board for ministry wives. As a national consultant for Ministry to Pastor's Wives, Kathy Ferguson Litton leads Flourish with a team of ministry wives who understand the unique role of this calling.