Get the kind of makeover that will transform your life!
Best-selling author and life coach Katie Brazelton takes you on a deeply personal forty-day journey of developing your character. Discover how to close the gap between understanding God’s purpose for your life and carrying it out as you put an end to well-worn patterns of defeat, woundedness, insecurity, unworthiness, and self-centeredness.
Teaming up with coauthor Shelley Leith, who is a highly sought-after speaker on strengthening marriages and family, Brazelton focuses on eight character traits essential to living a purpose-filled life: humility, confidence, courage, self-control, patience, contentment, generosity, and perseverance.
Step-by-step you’ll experience a complete character makeover—and become the best “you” God intended you to be.
Ideal for small groups, women’s church ministry, and one-on-one study.
©2008 Katie Brazelton (P)2009 Zondervan
This book is all about Christian coaching. While I am Christian and hold nothing against the author for using God in all chapters--- I have clients who need more than just a "God v. Satan" sort of explanation. The title "Character Makeover" title should really read "The Christian Character Makeover" to be sure those who'd like something outside of religion, can find it (& not purchase something they're not expecting).
Another self-care / self-improvement book for the clients I have.
Not possible--- this is not a fictional book.
This is purely spiritual, a book that constantly refers back to the bible, talks about God. Satan, The Holy Spirit, and more. Some cannot comprehend what these concepts mean, therefore not having any impact on their lives with this book.
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