Designed for Living Paperback
Life as God intended
by Jeannette Barwick; Helena Wilkinson;
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Designed for Living
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Looking at how God originally created men and women in His image, the 8 Bible-based sessions take participants stage by stage through a process. This involves exposing wrong beliefs, thought processes and behaviours to being restored into the divine image and empowered to live to their full potential as children of God.
The eight sessions look at the following topics:
Life as God intended; Hungry for something; Ways we hold back; Affirming our value; Recognising our behaviour; Directing our thoughts; Channelling our emotions; Safeguarding our bodies.
Jeannette Barwick, founder of Waverley’s Ministry to Women, has long been committed to helping women apply biblical principles to their lives and relationships. Now a successful author and seminar speaker Jeanette remains a passionate advocate for applying CWR’s biblical model to everyday life.
Trained as a counsellor Helena Wilkinson has worked for CWR as a tutor and counsellor. Helena is the author of many books including the bestseller Puppet on a String which is her personal account of overcoming anorexia. Helena is a regular writer for Inspiring Women Every Day and the Waverley Abbey Insight Series. She was the Founder and Director of Kainos Trust, a charity for eating disorder sufferers which merged with Nicholaston House in South Wales from which she runs courses.
Designed for Living by Jeannette Barwick; Helena Wilkinson was published by CWR in July 2009 and is our 16872nd best seller. The ISBN for Designed for Living is 9781853455230.
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Details for Designed for Living
|Page last updated||1st May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jeannette Barwick; Helena Wilkinson|
|Publisher||CWR (July 2009)|
|Number of Pages||96|