Women are busier now more than ever before. We are mothers, wives, volunteers, churchgoers and friends. We work at home, away from home or both. We are finishing degrees and/or starting businesses in record numbers. With such full lives it's easy to become unbalanced and get distracted from the things that matter most in life like family, self-care and a having relationship with God. Imagine living a life of balance in the flow of God's will even as you're on the go. It is possible to flourish and have fulfillment in both your spiritual life and natural life without feeling as if you are neglecting either one. It comes by way of surrendered balance. The Bible describes balance as the evenness or stability of life. A balanced life from God's perspective is one in which your time is distributed and your tasks are prioritized according to His specific purposes for your life. A life of surrendered balance is realized when you learn to put God first and surrender your time and tasks to Him each day and let Him order your steps. Hermina Krista Pettiford, in her first book connects with modern the Christian woman, giving fresh ideas and insight for balancing the responsibilities of modern-life with the responsibilities of having a family and maintaining an intimate relationship with God. In her personable style she gives practical tools and applicable solutions for women to live a life of surrendered balance. Weekly Planner and Weekly Devotional Included!
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|Size: ||2.7 MB|
|Publisher: ||MAKK Publishing Co.|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9780982380543 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|