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Praying Through Life's Problems (Extraordinary Women)

3.61 of 5 stars 3.61  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In this book, Stormie Omartian shows women how to pray through life's most difficult times.
Published April 18th 2003 by Thomas Nelson (first published March 18th 2003)
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Nov 10, 2008 Cindy rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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The first two chapters of this book were the essays by Stormie Omartian and Joni Eareckson Tada. They were very insightful and inspirational. The rest of the essays were about very specific issues: menopause, depression, sexual abuse. I just glossed over them because they were filled with information you can get out of a woman's magazine.
Michelle Polk
A great book that is encouraging as well as rubuking. Life is life but we don't have to let it get us down. The chapters in this book will show you how to keep your head above that sinking line when things get tough.
This book offered a great amount of insights into my personal relationship with God, valid points are made and I definitely learned from it. I'd recommend it to all my fellow Christian women readers.
GOD creATed you as a wonDerFuL wOmaN..
HE tauGHt you hOw to feEL, to LovE, to hOpe, to fiGuRe ouT uR pRobLems, n' to heaL uR hurT..
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Previously published as Joni Eareckson
A diving accident in 1967 left Mrs. Tada a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, unable to use her hands. During two years of rehabilitation, she spent long months learning how to paint with a brush between her teeth. Her high detail fine art paintings and prints are sought after and collected.
Due to her best-selling books, beginning with her autobiograp
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