Reclaiming Eve: The Identity and Calling of Women in the Kingdom of God

Suzanne Burden (Author) Carla Sunberg (Author)
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'For many of us, it is Eve's sin that defines her. . . Truly when the church focuses the entire problem of sin and the destruction of relationships on women, we have a problem.'As a woman, do you sometimes feel inferior, resigned to a self-image that seems second-best? Do you feel strong in your faith but wonder, how does God see me? Do you look around and realize you don't fit into a typical mold? Every daughter of Eve faces an identity crisis at some time in her life. And many of us wonder where we fit in on a regular basis. While writing Reclaiming Eve, authors Suzanne Burden, Carla Sunberg, and Jamie Wright set out to discover what scripture says about every woman's identity. What they uncovered will help women, no matter their stage in life, find freedom to become all they can be in God's kingdom.Whether you feel discouraged and damaged or desire a greater understanding of your spiritual condition, this book will help you embrace your identity as one reclaimed by Jesus Christ. Learn not only how to live, but thrive as a child of God and a daughter of Eve.

Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Publish Date
April 01, 2014
Pages
174
Dimensions
5.6 X 0.51 X 8.45 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780834132269

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About the Author

Suzanne M. Burden holds an M.A. in Theological Studies from Grace Theological Seminary. For years, she has provided a variety of publishers and ministries with marketing and content, including contributions to the Hope in the Mourning Bible, the Starting Point Bible, and the new NIV Women's Devotional Bible. Suzanne resides with her husband David in Indiana. She blogs regularly at suzanneburden.com. Dr. Carla Sunberg is a historical theologian with a passion for holiness. She most recently served as the president of Nazarene Theological Seminary and currently serves as a general superintendent in the Church of the Nazarene. Jamie A. Wright is a former missionaries' kid and a pastor's wife based out of Fort Wayne, Indiana. She spends most of her time caring for her 2-year-old son, teaching adult Sunday school and teen small groups at her church, and pursuing a MA in clinical counseling.