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  • Becoming a Woman Who Pleases God: A Guide to Developing Your Biblical Potential

Becoming a Woman Who Pleases God: A Guide to Developing Your Biblical Potential

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There is an enormous amount of confusion and deception about what it means to be a woman. Even within the church, women are continually struggling to define their femininity. Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock tackle the difficult question of 'What makes a godly woman?' with warmth, compassion, and directness in Becoming a Woman Who Pleases God. Readers will find themselves challenged to re-think their priorities, re-examine the position of the home, and re-work their definition of what it means to be a woman in whom God is well pleased.


This book clearly reveals God's principles for personal and family living.  It is both a helpful and interesting read for all members of the family.
- Tim LaHaye, author, educator, minister

A thorough and thoughtful picture of the beauty and strength of Christian womanhood.
- Verna Birkey, author, speaker, founder and teacher of Enriched Living

Prepare yourself to feast on what is spiritual and practical from these two seasoned teachers and spiritual instructors.
- Elizabeth George, best-selling author, A Woman After God's Own Heart

Drs. Ennis and Tatlock have crafted a masterpiece.  Clearly and cogently, they sketched the portrait of a wise woman as first described in the Scriptures.  Their colorful writing style and keen insights into everyday life make this volume a "must read" for every Christian woman.
- Richard Mayhue, Senior Vice President and Provost, The Master's College and Seminary

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ISBN: 978-0-8024-8058-3
Publish Date: April 2003
Format: eBook