Practical Theology For Women Paperback
How Knowing God Makes a Difference in Our Daily Lives
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Practical Theology For Women
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Women in evangelical churches believe in God. However, when they are faced with life's battles--financial problems, job loss, serious illness--they begin to question the God they know. "Can he really provide for my family?" "Can I truly trust him to get me through this crisis?" If such a woman is not grounded in her knowledge of God, the battles she faces threaten to shatter her wavering faith.
Wendy Horger Alsup recognizes such dangers. In Practical Theology for Women, Alsup uses the power of theology to address practical issues in women's lives. Her book opens with a general discussion of theology and addresses the most fundamental and practical issue of theology: faith. Then she explores the attributes of God the Father, Son, and Spirit from Scripture, concluding with a look at our means of communicating with God--prayer and the Word.
Throughout the book, Alsup exhorts women to apply what they believe about God in their everyday lives. As they do this, their husbands, homes, and churches will benefit.
Wendy Horger Alsup serves as the deacon of womens theology and teaching at Mars Hill Church in Seattle, where she enjoys teaching theology to hundreds of women.
Practical Theology For Women by Wendy Horger Alsup was published by Crossway in July 2008 and is our 10845th best seller. The ISBN for Practical Theology For Women is 9781433502095.
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|Author / Artist||Wendy Horger Alsup|
|Publisher||Crossway (July 2008)|
|Number of Pages||160|
|Page last updated||8th October 2016|