Bestselling authors Beverly LaHaye and Janice Crouse share, with loving encouragement, God's blueprint for becoming a woman of real strength and virtue. They affirm the wonderful truth that no matter how ordinary a woman's circumstances or how imperfect she is, God is able to work within her to bring about the most beautiful of spiritual fruit. In the Bible, God lifted up five women in Christ's lineage-Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary-and empowered them so they were marked by courage, wisdom, endurance, purity, humility, and more. Through their examples, readers can learn how to become women of strength-women through whom God is able to accomplish great things. A Woman's Path to True Significance is filled with both solid biblical teaching and insightful, practical advice that equips Christian women to become a powerful force for good in every area of their lives-whether as a wife, a mother, a friend, a leader, a professional, or a church member.
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Harvest House Publishers,U.S.
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Author Biography - Beverly LaHaye
Beverly LaHaye, who has been married to Tim LaHaye for nearly 60 years and has four grown children, founded Concerned Women for America to protect and promote biblical values for women and families. She has led CWA to become the largest women's organization in America. Mrs. LaHaye has authored eight books and coauthored seven more, and she currently serves on the boards of Liberty University, Childcare, Intl., and the International Right to Life Federation. Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D., served as a university professor, debate coach, and academic administrator before becoming a presidential speechwriter for George H. Bush. Dr. Crouse, a passionate advocate for traditional values and biblically based solutions to society's problems, is a weekly columnist for United Press International and a commentator on contemporary issues for national television. She has twice been a U.S. delegate to the United Nations and frequently speaks at national and international conferences and events. She is a member of the Board of Trustees for Asbury College and serves on five national task forces. Janice authored Gaining Ground: A Profile of American Women in the Twentieth Century and was editor of The Christian Women's Declaration.