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Woman, Preach! God's Calling and Paul's Admonition to the Church By Barbara J. Brooks
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Even as the twenty-first century rapidly progresses, misunderstanding of a single point in Scripture continues to lock women out of pulpits, despite their unmistakable call from God to preach the... More > good news of Jesus Christ. Woman, Preach! clearly and succinctly explains Apostle Paul’s first-century admonition. Everyone in church leadership - male or female, as well as anyone who might believe that this is simply a social or political issue - should read this book.< Less
Woman, Preach! God's Calling and Paul's Admonition to the Church By Barbara J. Brooks
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Even as the twenty-first century rapidly progresses, misunderstanding of a single point in Scripture continues to lock women out of pulpits, despite their unmistakable call from God to preach the... More > good news of Jesus Christ. Woman, Preach! clearly and succinctly explains Apostle Paul’s first-century admonition. Everyone in church leadership - male or female, as well as anyone who might believe that this is simply a social or political issue - should read this book.< Less
Redeem the Time: Making Peace with Your Past By Barbara J. Brooks
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As flawed human beings, we have all made mistakes or chosen to go left when we should have gone right. Even when they know that God has forgiven them, many otherwise emotionally healthy individuals... More > remain trapped by guilt, what-ifs, and the inability to move past those choices that they wish they had not made. God wants us free from the grip of guilt and condemnation. This book ministers peace to the soul that is wearied from the burden of regret and shame, and offers the encouragement many of us need to take hold of the freedom that God so graciously offers.< Less
Redeem the Time: Making Peace with Your Past By Barbara J. Brooks
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As flawed human beings, we have all made mistakes or chosen to go left when we should have gone right. Even when they know that God has forgiven them, many otherwise emotionally healthy individuals... More > remain trapped by guilt, what-ifs, and the inability to move past those choices that they wish they had not made. God wants us free from the grip of guilt and condemnation. This book ministers peace to the soul that is wearied from the burden of regret and shame, and offers the encouragement many of us need to take hold of the freedom that God so graciously offers.< Less
Hannah and Her Sisters: A Call for Women in the Church to Love As Jesus Loved - Revised Edition By Barbara J. Brooks
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[Revised edition] Hannah and Her Sisters examines the often tense relationships between women in the church. While openly addressing a difficult issue that has been ignored far too long, the... More > author’s love for the church and its people resonates through the pages. The topic is discussed without criticism or judgment, but with balanced, rational observations. The author's honesty and self-disclosure make this book highly readable and appealing to a wide audience, yet it is scholarly and well supported by Scripture and authoritative writers in the church community. The book is helpful to those who need encouragement on either side of the issue of emotional wounding that sometimes occurs in church, as well as the leaders who may be called upon to help both victims and offenders find healing and forgiveness.< Less
Hannah and Her Sisters: A Call for Women in the Church to Love As Jesus Loved - Revised Edition By Barbara J. Brooks
eBook (PDF): $8.00
[Revised edition] Hannah and Her Sisters examines the often tense relationships between women in the church. While openly addressing a difficult issue that has been ignored far too long, the... More > author’s love for the church and its people resonates through the pages. The topic is discussed without criticism or judgment, but with balanced, rational observations. The author's honesty and self-disclosure make this book highly readable and appealing to a wide audience, yet it is scholarly and well supported by Scripture and authoritative writers in the church community. The book is helpful to those who need encouragement on either side of the issue of emotional wounding that sometimes occurs in church, as well as the leaders who may be called upon to help both victims and offenders find healing and forgiveness.< Less