Genuine peace and joy come when women follow God in every area of their lives and become women after His heart. With warmth and grace, Elizabeth George shares practical, scriptural insights on how you can pursue God's priorities.
"A Woman After God's Own Heart"
The best-selling author of A Woman After God's Own Heart has a brand new release! Elizabeth George's A Mother After God's Own Heart offers 10 principles to help moms make God an everyday part of their children's lives. Elizabeth, who has two grown children and six grandchildren, gives practical advice and real¿life suggestions for helping children, no matter what their ages, incorporate God into daily life. Elizabeth's husband, Jim, also provides biblical advice from a dad's perspective.
"Maybe I was hoping for too much"
One of the greatest challenges women face is dealing with so many demands and expectations. What are a woman's greatest priorities? How can she make sure she focuses on what really counts? Drawing on Titus 2:3-5, Elizabeth George shares the simple steps a woman can take to make these essentials a joyous reality. Above all, this book affirms how special each and every woman is. Women will become excited as they see that God's calling is a powerful privilege filled with meaning and purpose.
In her upbeat, practical style, bestselling author Elizabeth George encourages women to embrace radical faith as they serve God by helping people and accomplishing His projects.
Psalm 23 is for every life season.Take a gentle journey through Psalm 23 with best-selling author Elizabeth George and explore 12 life-changing truths God wants you to know. David, a man known for his great faith and great failures reveals how God gave him strength in the midst of challenges and peace in every situation. And God wants to do the same for you.
From best-selling author Elizabeth George (nearly 4 million books sold) comes a work born of her desire to help others through difficult times. Finding God's Path Through Your Trials acknowledges the hard times we all face and reveals how people can "count it all joy."
Originally broadcast nationwide in 1993, this meticulously researched five-part historical radio drama is being published to commemorate Benjamin Franklin's 300th birthday. It reveals the multifaceted, complex Franklin's little known adventures in London before the Revolution. For 15 years, he lived on Craven Street off the Thames, where he established a surrogate family, began his autobiography, and became America's most famous citizen.