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Publisher's Summary

Who you really are as an individual is exactly what delights God and what the world needs. Lynne Hybels knows. Sharing from her personal journey, she reveals the tremendous importance of resisting the forces that would shape you into something otherand lessthan who God made you to be.
©2005 Lynne Hybels (P)2009 Zondervan

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  • 05-07-17

Great Read!

This book was uplifting and inspiring and all women should read to understand that God loves us unconditionally by grace. We do not have to earn his love, we need to allow ourselves to receive his love and be guided by his will to share our true selves and our gifts and talents to others and the world. We need to be good women who speak our truth!

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It's good but too short.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Lacking more supporting data. It's very short, offers very little to the reader of HOW TO overcome being nice. Nice actually means foolish, ignorant or to ignore...very few know this. There should have been more in her book on how to be loving and strong in God. Though I understand what she was trying to portray.

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I thought it this book would have more depth to the topic. It's an okay book, but not something I would recommend purchasing. It has some good lines, good stories. Just wasn't what I expected.

If you’ve listened to books by Lynne Hybels before, how does this one compare?

Never listened to her before.

What does Connie Wetzell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She was pretty good. Never heard her before, but I think she did a good job.

Was Nice Girls Don't Change the World worth the listening time?

It's okay. Some might like it, but I thought it lacked depth. It's a short book, so if you are short on time and need a boost, you might like it.