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Multnomah Books The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty

Ever feel so stressed out you want to drop out? If your answer is "every day," this book is for you! Stephens and Gray offer practical ways to "unclutter" your life by limiting your commitments, identifying your gifts, dealing with emotions, nurturing your spirit, cultivating friendships, and protecting your dreams in a fast-paced world. 224 pages, softcover from Multnomah.
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Review 1 for The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty
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short, easy to read chapters

Date:February 16, 2011
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bippy
Location:panama city, fl
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Received a copy from friend...so good i bought 30 copies to share w/ our bible study group..all "worn out women". Getting good feedback. Thank you for your price...it helped the budget. Will shop w/ u again.
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Review 2 for The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty
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Date:September 18, 2009
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Sandy
This book is meant to be read by every woman in this world. What an eyeopener it is and what great peace it brings to a woman. Planning on using it for a women's study in the spring.
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Review 3 for The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty
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Date:January 4, 2009
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Linda Husvar
We have been using this book for several weeks in our women's Sunday School class. We have seven more chapters to go. We have a lot of discussion which facilitates much group support. The practical applications and study materials are outstanding.
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Review 4 for The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty
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Date:April 16, 2008
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Anjonette Pryor
I am not finished reading this book. But it is awesome. Just what I needed. All women should purchase this book. It relates to the issues women go through. This book is so in tune to my situation. Be blessed in the Lord.
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Review 5 for The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty
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Date:July 30, 2007
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Candace Lynn
This book was so encouraging and really transformed my life! If you feel busy, tired, worn out, or just plain succored into things you don't want to do, take this book! Read it with a friend for mutual encouragement. I chose it for a women's Bible study with a friend who is now one of my best friends... I couldn't say enough good about this book!
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Review 6 for The Worn Out Woman: When Life is Full and Your Spirit is Empty
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Date:August 17, 2004
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Alice Gray, Co author
Dr. Steve Stephens and I have had a tremendous response to this book. At one of the seminars where we spoke, one lady came up with dozens of red, yellow, and green tabs poking out from the pages. She explained, "The red tabs mean I need to take action on these ideas right away. The yellows will be next and the green I can get to more leisurely." Thelma Wells, National Speaker for Women of Faith, writes, "Years of research, counseling, and success are jam-packed in this practical, powerful book." Bestselling author Liz Curtis Higgs wrote, "Just reading it gave me a sense of peace and the gentle assurance that I CAN make some positive, healthy changes in my too-busy lifestyle." Elisa Morgan, President of MOPS International writes, "Ahh...at last--a pathway out of the insanity!" If you are interested in working through the book with a friend or in a group, there is guide in the back of the book. There are fun ideas to try at the end of each chapter. Because we know women are busy (why else would they be feeling worn out?), we've kept the chapters short and practical. There's three kinds of clutter in your life...schedule clutter, space clutter, and soul clutter. The book covers them all. (There's even a chapter on how to get a better night's sleep). Dr. Steve and I have found, a woman cannot unclutter her life until she unclutters her heart.
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