Fight Like a Girl: The Power of Being a Woman
Author: Lisa Bevere
|Today's twisted pictures of gender roles create confusion over how a woman should define herself. Women and men are encouraged to move closer to center and away from the traits that distinguish male from female. How can women feel good about themselves when society is constantly dictating what they can and should be? In FIGHT LIKE A GIRL, Lisa Bevere exhorts us to embrace the differences between sexes. Her goal is to encourage women to celebrate the unique aspects of femininity. Instead of trying to adopt ill-fitting character traits, women should see themselves as designed and valued by God and savor their femininity as their strength, not a flaw.|
Features: Bibliography, Price on Product - Canadian, Table of Contents
Physical Info: 0.63" H x 8.03" L x 5.3" W (0.43 lbs) 222 pages
Carton Quantity: 20
US SRP: 11.99 US
Pub Date: May 2008
Lisa Bevere, along with her husband, John, leads Messenger International-a multifaceted ministry including Youth Discipleship, Prison and Inner City Outreach, World Evangelism, and the Foreign Book Outreach. Lisa makes frequent appearances on TBN and other internationally broadcasted programs. The Messenger is John and Lisa's weekly television program, which airs on the God Channel in the UK, the Christian Channel and the Expo Channel in Australia, on Shine TV in New Zealand, and the CNL Satellite Channel in the former USSR, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and Europe.
- Christian Living | Practical Life | Women
- Religion | Christian Life | Women's Issues
- Religion | Inspirational
Religious Orientation | Christian
Theometrics | Evangelical
Sex & Gender | Feminine
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|Fight Like a Girl: The Power of Being a Woman|
Author: Lisa Bevere
isbn - 10
Bevere encourages women to embrace the differences between sexes and celebrate the unique aspects of femininity. She says women should see themselves as designed and valued by God and savor their femininity as their strength, not a flaw.