Let. It. Go. Study Guide Paperback

How to Stop Running the Show and Start Walking in Faith

by Karen Ehman;

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Let. It. Go. Study Guide

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For many women, life can start to look like a chain of one responsibility after another.

In Let It Go, popular author and speaker Karen Ehman has created a powerful tool to help them take a breath and avoid becoming “control freaks.” With a combination of biblical insight, humor, and stories taken from her own experience, Ehman provides a better way—a way to navigate and more fully enjoy the relationships and responsibilities of your life—from total control to implicit trust in God.

The accompanying Participant’s Guide complements the DVD sessions, focusing on specific issues and situations to help women take away the most important lessons Ehman has to teach. She offers additional support for the journey away from over-control and into a stronger, trusting relationship with God.

Let. It. Go. Study Guide by Karen Ehman was published by Zondervan in November 2012 and is our 35378th best seller. The ISBN for Let. It. Go. Study Guide is 9780310684541.

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Details for Let. It. Go. Study Guide

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherZondervan (November 2012)
Number of Pages96
Thickness7 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4034084
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