God has given each of us unique talents, skills, and abilities. He has given each of us important strengths that He wants us to use for His glory. ... Read More
God has given each of us unique talents, skills, and abilities. He has given each of us important strengths that He wants us to use for His glory. But for some reason, we often have trouble embracing that truth! We tend to underestimate our strengths and buy into the lie that our talents aren’t good enough or that our skills are not needed.
In Building Your Strengths, you will examine what God says about your unique gifts and how He has given you those abilities to shine for Him. You will take an honest look at your past and consider those events—and even those trials—that have made you a stronger person. You will also see how you can build on the strengths God has given you to better minister to others and grow in your faith in the process!
The Women of Faith® Bible Studies provide intriguing insights into topics that are relevant to women’s lives today. Each guide includes twelve weeks of study, down-to-earth illustrations, and reflections to help you move the truth from your head to your heart. A leader’s guide for use with small groups is also included.
About the Contributor(s)Founded in 1996, WOMEN OF FAITH® has ministered to more than 4 million women with the transforming message of God's...
Founded in 1996, WOMEN OF FAITH® has ministered to more than 4 million women with the transforming message of God's grace. Through events and resources, they fulfill their mission to nurture women spiritually, emotionally, and relationally.
Series Women of Faith Study Guide Series
Weight (lbs)0.36 lb
Case Weight (lbs)27.31 lb
Dimensions 9.0(h) x 6.0(w) x 0.31(d) inches
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