Bible Lessons for a Woman’s Total Health
by Debbie Taylor Williams

A woman’s spiritual struggles can have a profound impact on her health. It is through our bodies that we are tempted. It is also through our bodies that we serve God.

Does God care about our physical struggles? This six-week interactive study examines the stories of biblical women to reveal that God cares deeply about our bodies and our health. Each week’s lesson will combine a Bible story (such as Esther, Hannah or the woman with the issue of blood) with a health issue (such as stress, hormones or depression) to lead women to greater spiritual and physical health. This study emphasizes that what we eat and drink, how much sleep we get and how we respond to stress affects our service to God. Each week includes studies for five days.

This study is not intended to diagnose or treat any health condition the reader may have. Rather, its purpose is to motivate the believer to realize how much God cares about our physical condition and its relation to our spiritual lives.

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Retail: $14.99
Digital: $7.99
EAN: 9781596693388
ISBN: 159669338X
Item #: N124144
Category:  Bible Study, Topical
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Size: 6 X 9 Inches
Page Count: 208
Pack Qty: 36

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About the Author

debbie1Debbie Taylor Williams has a passion for Christ, and it is evident in her energetic style and insightful personality. Having been diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age 29, Debbie brings spiritual maturity and biblical depth to her writing. Debbie’s passionate focus to help others know God’s life-changing power has led her to author numerous Bible studies, including If God Is in Control, Why Do I Have a Headache? Debbie also leads retreats and conferences and serves as keynote speaker at events throughout the United States. Debbie’s spiritual investment in others was acknowledged by her community when she was recognized as the 2000 Woman of the Year in Kerrville, Texas. A graduate of Texas Tech University, Debbie and her husband of over 30 years, Keith, have two children, Taylor and Lauren.