Description : You'll be surprised at the definition of female sexual addiction and the numbers of women who struggle with it. No Stones: Women Redeemed from Sexual Shame is a powerful and provocative book about the Christian woman's secrets about her sexual behavior and her relationships. It bravely addresses this taboo subject with frankness, compassion, and vulnerability. This definitive work combines the best clinical knowledge with the truth of biblical principles. For those women shackled with sexual shame, No Stones points the way to redemption.
Description : Shares God's unconditional love and shows teen girls just how devoted God is to them, no matter who they are, what they look like, or what others say about them.
Description : Are your romantic relationships in alignment with your purpose? How desperate are you to fall in love? What does God think about your sexual desires? This groundbreaking book takes you on a journey away from highly sexualized media and “expert” advice, challenging you to turn inward and discover God’s answers to the most essential questions about sex and dating. Written primarily as a guide for unmarried Christian women, A Space Called Chastity is a tool that will help you identify and evaluate the sexual desires and intimate relationships that impact you spiritually. This refreshing new work gives practical insight into the most common situations unmarried women find themselves in, relating them to biblical principles and, ultimately, God’s love. From helpful solutions for coping with sexual urges to testimonies from women about their relationships with men, A Space Called Chastity serves as a word of encouragement for you to go out, reclaim your passions, and move forward into your purposeful future.
Description : Women in Pentecostal and Charismatic Ministry: Informing a Dialogue on Gender, Church, and Ministry, co-edited by de Alminana and Olena, offers missing and/or silent voices in the Pentecostal/charismatic movement an important corrective and a way forward to shape gender-focused discussions.
Description : “In order to learn what it means to be a woman, we must start with the One who made her.” Working from Scripture, well-known speaker and author Elisabeth Elliot shares her observations and experiences in a number of essays on what it means to be a Christian woman, whether single, married, or widowed. Available in trade softcover and as a Living Book.
Description : This book is a must-read for any woman who wants to renew and revive her relationship. “Be the Other Woman” is a deliciously-naughty but surprisingly wise little tome. I suspect the only thing more fun than reading it is the real-life application of its instructive advice. —Tamara Caulder-Richardson Though written in an engaging, humorous “girlfriend” style, it takes its general purpose and subject matter quite seriously. This essential manual covers a host of topics, ranging from the timeless power of spontaneous flirtation to romantic “dates” to blush-inducing sexual techniques in the bedroom (or anywhere else you fancy). In between lie the finer points of lingerie-wearing, mood-setting, phone seduction, realized fantasies, edibles and aphrodisiacs, pole-dancing, the use of—well, you’ll just have to find out when you read the book. You won’t be disappointed. —Janis Love This cheeky guide to keeping your man from looking elsewhere for love lives up to its risqué cover image, offering advice on everything from what to wear around the house (something pretty—at least once a week; matching bra and underpants—always; and no “god-awful” granny panties—ever!), the power of a languorous kiss (“there’s a reason it costs more to kiss a prostitute”). —Clarion Review
Description : Here, archaeologically documented,is the story of the religion of the Goddess. Under her, women’s roles were far more prominent than in patriarchal Judeo-Christian cultures. Stone describes this ancient system and, with its disintegration, the decline in women’s status.
Description : This powerful account of the oppression of women in the Muslim world remains as shocking today as when it was first published, more than a quarter of a century ago. Nawal El Saadawi writes out of a powerful sense of the violence and injustice which permeated her society. Her experiences working as a doctor in villages around Egypt, witnessing prostitution, honour killings and sexual abuse, including female circumcision, drove her to give voice to this suffering. She goes on explore the causes of the situation through a discussion of the historical role of Arab women in religion and literature. Saadawi argues that the veil, polygamy and legal inequality are incompatible with the essence of Islam or any human faith. This edition, complete with a new foreword, lays claim to The Hidden Face of Eve's status as a classic of modern Arab writing.
Description : Producing Christian Culture takes as its thread the 'interpretative genres' within which medieval people engaged with the Bible. Contributors to the volume present specific material as a case study illustrative of a specific genre, whether devotional, homiletical, scholarly, or controversial. The chronological range moves from St Augustine to the use of gospel texts in polemical writing of the first two decades of the 1500s, with focal sections on early medieval Anglo-Saxon and Carolingian theology, the scholastic turn of the High Middle Ages, and the influence of vernacular writing in the later Middle Ages. The tremendous range and vitality of medieval responses to biblical texts are highlighted within the studies.