Who are you? Many Christian women rarely, if ever, ask themselves that question. But knowing who are as a woman-and as a Christian-can make a real difference in how you see 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:
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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