Who are you?
Many Christian women rarely, if ever, ask themselves that question. But knowing who you are as a woman—and as a Christian—can make a real difference in how you se yourself and others.
Elisabeth Elliot can help you find answers that make a difference. She suggests that the place to start is by asking not "Who am I?" but "Whose am I?" In Let Me Be a Woman, she writes candidly about what it means to be a Christian woman, and she unabashedly tackles tough issues, including subordination, the single life, self-discipline, masculinity vs. femininity, the right kind of pride, and what makes a marriage work
Whether you are young or not so young, single, engaged, married, or widowed, you will better understand how you fit into God's plan, and you will come away with a wonderful sense of peace about who you really are as a Christian woman.
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