Synopses & Reviews
From Moses to Jesus, so many heroes of the Bible had to endure some type of wilderness season in their life, a time of testing that was painful to endure but ultimately brought glory to God.
In Wilderness Skills for Women, rising author/speaker Marian Jordan sees the same thing happening today as she and her friends still find themselves going through periods of isolation, temptation, sorrow, and waiting. Whether its relationship drama, the constant pull of our sinful nature, a health issue, or any variety of unmet dreams, Jordan turns readers to Gods Word as the ultimate wilderness survival guide.
Conversational and self-deprecatingly confessional in her delivery, this young writer finds ways to have fun with delicate subject matters, using wilderness analogies to great effect in chapters titled "Drink Plenty of Water," "Seek Shelter," and "Dont Eat the Red Berries."
It's woman versus wild in this fun yet frank book about the various wilderness seasons of life. Whether it's relationship drama, the constant pull of our sinful nature, a health issue, or any variety of unmet dreams, Marian Jordan turns readers to God's Word as the ultimate wilderness survival guide.
About the Author
Marian Jordan is the founder of Redeemed Girl Ministries, showing girls of all ages how to apply God's truth and promises to their individual circumstances. The author of Sex and the City Uncovered and Wilderness Skills for Women, she lives in Houston and recently completed her master's degree at Southwestern Seminary.