A Woman After God’s Own Heart By Elizabeth George
Change Your Priorities to Change Your Life and Your Home
You will experience peace, order, and joy when you follow God’s guidelines for every area of your life, and best of all, you will become a woman after His heart!
Elizabeth George shares God’s Word and woman-to-woman practical wisdom on how you can pursue God’s priorities by…
- putting God first in your day, your heart, and your life
- improving your relationships with family and friends
- building a strong bond with your husband
- raising your children to follow Jesus and make right choices
- growing in your service to others
As you embrace God’s plans for you, you will find real purpose in a life of prayer and practicing God’s priorities as you become A Woman After God’s Own Heart®.
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