Christian Women Making Wise Choices Every Day
Life is made up of choices. Choice of schools. Choice of spouse. Choice of careers. Choice of worship. There was a time when our choices were much simpler, and there were fewer of them to make. Auto manufacturer, Henry Ford, once said, "A customer can have a car painted any color he wants ? as long as it's black."
Today's "super stores" are proof that we now have choices by the hundreds. What size? What flavor? What color? What price? What brand? The options are sometimes mind-boggling.
Though many of our choices are inconsequential, some set the direction for the rest of our lives ? even into eternity. These choices require godly wisdom, biblical counsel, and prayerful reflection.
Carolyn Steverson serves as a capable guide through the maze of life choices. Her godly wisdom and example show the way for today's Christian woman to make God-honoring choices.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: Take Responsibility for Your Own Life
CHAPTER 2: Wisely Manage Your Finances
CHAPTER 3: Cheerfully Give of Yourself and Your Possessions
CHAPTER 4: Hold Your Candle to Light Your World
CHAPTER 5: Give Your Sister the Benefit of the Doubt
CHAPTER 6: Maintain a Train of Good Thoughts
CHAPTER 7: See the Manna Around You
CHAPTER 8: Choose to Grow in Holiness
CHAPTER 9: Learn in the Struggle
CHAPTER 10: Hold on to Hope ? the Anchor of the Soul
CHAPTER 11: Successfully Deal With Discouragement
CHAPTER 12: Be Sensitive When Offering Support to One Who Is Grieving
CHAPTER 13: Maintain Balance in Your Life by Keeping Your First Love First
About the Author
Carolyn Steverson has retired from the U. S. Attorney's Office where she served as a prosecutor and as a civil attorney. She currently teaches a civil rights course at the University of Alabama, teaches Bible classes at her congregation, and speaks at ladies' programs in Alabama and beyond. Carolyn and her husband, Dennis, have two grown children and are actively involved in the Woodland Park Church of Christ in Birmingham where Dennis has served as an elder for more than twenty years. She enjoys speaking to young people about current issues that will definitely impact the future.
by Carolyn Steverson
Publisher: 21st Century Christian
Size: 6 x 9