Even when you feel hopelessly stuck, change is possible. As women, we are constantly evaluating ourselves. Am I enough? Why can't I change this certain thing about myself? Should I be doing more? We long for real, deep, lasting change - but we don't know how to begin. In Meet the New You, Elisa Pulliam empowers women to take charge of their own life transformation by engaging in a meaningful relationship with God and His Word. Each chapter gives practical and interactive ways to address some of the biggest obstacles that stand in the way of permanent change. Through stories, biblical application, personality assessments, thought-provoking questions, and life-coaching principles, Meet the New You helps women: Understand who they are Cultivate a vision for who they want to become Recognize what holds them back Determine the steps necessary to put new, practical habits into action It's time to discover who you really are and how you can live life differently. It's time to meet the new you!
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by Renee Watson
by Bill Loehfelm
"Written by a Christian life coach, this inspirational audio describes how listeners can change their lives to be happier and more in sync with God's intentions. Renee Ertl's performance is a good fit for the author's enthusiasm and worldview. At the edge of sounding perky, Etrl is a believable cheerleader for the idea that living well requires that we step away from dysfunctional patterns and open our hearts to God's grace. Recommending that we begin with a rigorous personal assessment and a conscious corralling of the thoughts and habits that aren't working for us, Elisa Pulliam shows how we can move closer to God's view of our purpose in life. With Bible verses and the narrator's palpable optimism throughout, this easy-to-hear message will boost faith and awaken waning intentions. T.W. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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