Synopses & Reviews
Only a Woman deals with the felt need among women for surrender, growth, and service to the Lord. National conference speaker Terri McFaddin brings a motivational message for women to seek a deeper relationship with God by taking "radical action" for Him. While other books are centered around comforting and healing women, McFaddin recounts examples of women who reached beyond the traditional practice of Christianity "into biblical extremes designed to bring power, healing, and deliverance" to their lives -- and the lives of all around them. "Sooner or later you will find yourself searching for answers that can't be found at choir rehearsals and garden parties," says McFaddin, who offers clear answers here.
"Only a Woman" deals with the need for surrender, growth, and service to the Lord. A national conference speaker brings a motivational message for women to seek deeper relationships with God by taking radical action for Him. This book recounts examples of women who reached beyond the traditional practice of Christianity into biblical extremes designed to bring power, healing, and deliverance to their lives and the lives of all around them.
About the Author
Terri McFaddin is a former Motown songwriter and two-time Grammy Award winner. She left the music business after being called to the ministry in 1987 and founded Help for the Hurting People, a program designed to help people experiencing family and personal crisis. She now travels speaking at conferences, churches, and prisons across the country. She is a widow and the mother of two adult daughters. McFaddin resides in Altadena, California.