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The Woman Within

The Woman Within
Author: Vonette Zachary Bright
Publisher: NewLife Publications
ISBN: 9781563991943
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The image of a little girl dressed in her mother's clothes can make a mother laugh and a father cry. The author writes of the childlike heart inside every woman, a beautiful place where Christ can dwell and help her to embrace life with joy and purpose.
The Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 192
Authors: Vonette Zachary Bright
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-09-01 - Publisher: NewLife Publications
The image of a little girl dressed in her mother's clothes can make a mother laugh and a father cry. The author writes of the childlike heart inside every woman, a beautiful place where Christ can dwell and help her to embrace life with joy and purpose.
The Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 140
Authors: Ethel Williams; Kattie Jackson
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-03-05 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
"THE WOMAN WITHIN" is a devotional book designed for simple reading. After reading it should be keep at reach for quick reference. It may be used for study groups and may be purchased for gifts. The book depicts the faith of both authors who are always looking for self improvement. Since the book is filled with scriptures from King James Version it would be an advantage to young to compare the scriptures to other versions. Like their last book "BLESSINGS BEYOND" they have made the book easy to read and understand.
The Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 59
Authors: Lorraine Rea
Categories: Counseling
Type: BOOK - Published: 1981 - Publisher:
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The Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 144
Authors: Rafael E. Lopez-Corvo
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-03-22 - Publisher: Routledge
Although it is quite possible that many will consider this book irreverent or disrespectful of ideas or institutions, the author is certain that they will also perceive it as a defender of women and their unquestionable transcendence throughout history. The main ideas the author now shares publicly, are ones the author has considered for many years: the classification of the 'Eves', the masochistic character of women, the concept of giraffe women, etc.. Other ideas appeared afterwards, some at the last moment, as the author enjoyed the company of friends, who frequently and generously lend their time to discuss with me their own opinions... the author believes that there is a universal feminine principle just as there is a masculine one, the difference remains in the fact that, from the very beginning of creation, everything about man has already been said and nothing continues to be undisclosed, whereas woman, is an untold story yet to be discovered.
Losing the Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 80
Authors: Linda Parkinson-Hardman
Categories: Health & Fitness
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-11-01 - Publisher: Lulu.com
Losing the Woman Within explores the emotional impact that a hysterectomy may have on a woman; on her sense of self and her significant relationships. It covers the things that can create emotional distress after surgery, the types of emotions a hysterectomy can invoke and the effects these can have on such things as sexuality. It then goes on to offer simple suggestions to help a woman manage if it does occur. And throughout it is illustrated with the authors own story. It can also be used as a personal journal and has a number of activities included within it that may help someone suffering after a hysterectomy come to terms with their experience and move on in a more peaceful and self accepting way.
A Journey to the Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 36
Authors: Tre'Nise Jemel
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-06-11 - Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
A Journey to the Woman Within By: Tre’Nise Jemel This book of poetry promotes self-love, self-respect, and self-worth in women. Tre’Nise Jemel wants to help women find and love themselves from the inside out. She went through an abusive and controlling relationship as well as a series of dead-end relationships that left her empty and wanting something better for herself. She believed she went through this as a result of not loving, knowing, or respecting herself enough to know she deserved better. After finding herself heartbroken and empty repeatedly, Jemel found herself in Christ. In Him she found solace and through her writing she found peace. Her hope for this book is that readers take her experiences and her pain and learn that loving and finding one’s self is critical to being happy.
Unearthing Venus: My Search for the Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 256
Authors: Cate Montana Author
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09-12 - Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
Driven, highly successful television editor and journalist Cate Montana was raised in a man's world to be "just one of the guys." While on assignment a chance encounter with a shaman sets her on the path of unearthing the illusive power of the feminine. In a raw and wrenching recapitulation of her life Cate discovers the devastating absence of feminine values and qualities within herself and the withering personal and global consequences of having only one paradigm available for her to express through: the masculine "P" values of Power, Possessions, Profit, and Progress. An intelligent, compellingly honest and frequently funny memoir of a modern woman's search for her own unrecognised feminine spirit, Unearthing Venus is both a visionary and everywoman story that brilliantly captures what it is to be a woman today and everyday.
The Unknown Woman Within
Language: en
Pages: 148
Authors: Torre M. Prothro M.A.
Categories: Self-Help
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-09 - Publisher: iUniverse
The Unknown Woman Within is not your ordinary self-help book. It is a relationship guide that offers advice, companionship, and insight from other women's pain and mistakes including those of the author. It is intended to educate, support, and encourage women to first love themselves; then, ultimately, they will come to know what real love looks and feels like. The Unknown Woman Within provides the necessary tools that will help women to find self-love, to conquer their failed relationships, and to realize that we all have pain and trouble with love. It's all part of the process called life! This book illustrates the key variables needed for women to cope and reassess their lives after the storms of divorce and broken relationships. Each chapter offers expert examples dealing with love and the decisions we make, good and bad. This book brings a candid and intimate look at life and relationships that makes it unique among relationship books.
Changing Roles of Women Within the Christian Church in Canada
Language: en
Pages: 391
Authors: Elizabeth Gillan Muir, Marilyn Färdig Whiteley
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995-01-01 - Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Canadian religious history has been written with relatively little reference to the role of women. Throughout the years, the church itself has intensified this problem by restricting the options of women -- excluding them from the most valued roles and positions. In the past, Christian women were obliged to find alternative avenues for the expression of their faith and, as a result, their experience has been unusually rich and varied. This pioneering anthology traces the history of Canadian women in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Protestant traditions from the early days through the 1960s. Seventeen Canadian scholars tell the stories of individuals who have worked in traditional and non-traditional roles, alone and as members of groups, both within and outside church structures. All of the articles present new or little-known material, relating the faith, determination, and inventiveness of women whose experience has so far been overlooked. The volume includes an introductory overview of women's church work as well as a comprehensive bibliography of papers and books published about women in the Christian church in Canada, both in English and French. The incorporation of feminist analysis and an emphasis on gender issues set this collection apart from all other studies of
Know Woman Know Peace
Language: en
Pages: 176
Authors: Zibae Mir Vahid
Categories: Family & Relationships
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-12-01 - Publisher: iUniverse
"Women make up half of any nation. No plan of national significance will move forward unless women are consulted. The potential of a woman, aware of her human essence, is to serve in the progress of her society and is equivalent to that of 100 men." "There are many cases of distinguished women surpassing men solely because of their abilities to reason and their wisdom. Their understanding of society's meaning and privileges is far greater than men's."