And that's why we wrote this book. This is the story of how we traded the lies of the world for the truth of our loving Father--the lessons we learned that challenged culture's "good things" so we could find the greatest thing.
Author: Michelle Myers
Publisher: Baker Books
Dear friend, We know it deeply. It is so hard to juggle work, home, and spiritual life. As working women, we've wrestled with tough questions: · How can I be effective in my work, and stay committed to the Gospel? · How can I be dedicated to my family, when my job is so demanding? · Why am I working so hard, and still so unfulfilled? Sound familiar? Like you, we see a culture that promotes success at all costs, and working women are falling for it. It's happening every day. Priorities are shifting. Things are getting done . . . but are we doing what matters most? And that's why we wrote this book. This is the story of how we traded the lies of the world for the truth of our loving Father--the lessons we learned that challenged culture's "good things" so we could find the greatest thing. The book you're holding in your hands is really a conversation--a conversation that pushes back against our culture with a Gospel-centered approach to work and womanhood, for the glory of God and the good of others. Let's get to work. His way. Michelle + Somer "This is the book for every working woman!"--ALLI WORTHINGTON, bestselling author and business coach
The swHw business tracker is an accountability-based extension of the she works His way ministry, a training portal for Christian women in business.
Author: Michelle Myers
The swHw business tracker is an accountability-based extension of the she works His way ministry, a training portal for Christian women in business. Each tracker consists of quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily guidance to comprehensively track a full quarter of business activity. In keeping with the ministry heartbeat, the overall goal of the tracker is to help the business owner keep their hustle holy.
Crisanta's boyfriend , who is just as poor and uneducated as she , works his way out of misery by getting to know and joining resistance groups . He initially wants to take her with him , but she is unable to join him .
Author: Chris Weedon
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Category: Literary Criticism
A study of women's writing in the Federal Republic, the German Democratic Republic, Austria and Switzerland, 1945-1990.
Inside these pages, Rebecca will show you how to slow down, trust God for every step, and see him do more than you could ever aspire to do on your own. MICHELLE MYERS, founder of she works HIS way Rebecca lives the kind of life that's ...
Author: Rebecca Smith
The founder of Better Life Bags, Rebecca Smith, teaches us how to take little steps, say yes when God calls, and follow the passion He has given us. Let love stretch you. As the founder of one of the most popular custom handbag companies in the country, Rebecca Smith knows a thing or two about business. A highly successful entrepreneur in a world where the focus is on scalability, brand strategy, and global marketing, Rebecca Smith also knows the truth: that every success she's experienced at Better Life Bags has been the result of very small, very ordinary, very obedient steps of faith. Moving from Savannah, Georgia, to Hamtramck, Michigan, was culture shock enough for Rebecca. But trying to feel at home in a city where twenty-six different languages were spoken and most of the inhabitants were immigrants seemed downright impossible. It was only when Rebecca recognized that God had called her to this specific neighborhood at this particular moment in time that his plans began to unfold for her. Stepping forward into the place God had called her - a place that seemed messy and uncomfortable and unfamiliar - Rebecca discovered the true secret to success: when we slow down, pay attention, and trust that still, small voice of God to guide us, we just might change the world. Though Rebecca never set out to build a brand or create an empire, God saw Rebecca's heart for others, and began to multiply her efforts in ways she could have never imagined, creating a company where women from different cultures, faiths, and backgrounds work together for the good of others - for a better life. As you read this inspiring story, you will discover how to hear and follow God's voice for yourself as you slow down, take one small step at a time, and make a difference in the world right where you are.
—MICHELLE MYERS, founder of She Works HIS Way Within the first chapter I felt like Karen was inside my head: How does she know my thoughts? Anyone struggling with people pleasing and approval addiction will feel known by this book—and ...
Author: Karen Ehman
Bestselling author and recovering people pleaser Karen Ehman offers stories and helpful tools from her own life to equip you with practical and biblical advice on how to break free from the pleasing game and reclaim your peace and purpose. Feeling overwhelmed, burned out, and pulled in too many directions by the needs of others? If you wish you had a little more freedom and margin in your daily schedule, this is the book for you. Author and speaker Karen Ehman knows firsthand how people pleasing locks us in a prison, trapping us in unhealthy habits which distract us from our true selves and our God-given purpose. With honesty and practical wisdom, Ehman explores why we fall into people-pleasing behaviors and offers advice for how we can break out into the freedom God has called us to. Because the truth is we cannot fulfill our divine purpose if we're too busy living everyone else's. With vulnerable and humorous stories, biblical insight, and encouragement from someone who's been there, Ehman will help you: Discover how to live out your priorities despite the opinions and expectations of others Cultivate a strategy for knowing when to say yes and how to say no Implement boundaries with the pushers, pouters, guilt bombers and others who try to call the shots in your life Learn to navigate the tension between following God and loving the people around you When Making Others Happy Is Making You Miserable is the key you need to quit the pleasing game, reclaim your life, and walk with God in peace and confidence.
—Eileen Wilder, best-selling author of The Brave Body Method “Katie Farrell has gifted us with both an ... —Michelle Myers, founder of She Works His Way and Cross Training Couture “In a culture that leaves us starving for more, ...
Author: Katie Farrell
Publisher: Hachette UK
Nourishwill provide you with encouragement and practical knowledge for living a healthy lifestyle, both physically and spiritually. Nourish is not another health or diet book; the message of this book is unique as it addresses all three aspects of health: spirit, soul, and body. The practical and spiritual tools provided in this book are what sets it apart from the rest of its kind. Too many people give up on their journey to health because they have a plan that addresses only the physical aspect of health. However, this book encourages the reader to first pursue health at a heart level, bringing lasting change that comes from the inside out. In this book, you will discover how the health of your soul is the foundation to your overall health. Katie shares how to renew your mind and study God's word, which will change the perspective on how you see yourself, making loving yourself (and your body) possible. You will learn how to replace lies with the truth and shift your focus from what the world says to what God's Word says. In addition to the spiritual truths, you will learn how to nourish your body with clean eating foods and get practical tools that make healthy living enjoyable and maintainable. Nourish will provide you with encouragement and practical knowledge for living a healthy lifestyle, in addition to providing a balance of spiritual and physical nourishment. This book will inspire you to get healthy from the inside out.
Filled with grace, hope, and practical ways forward for every momma, Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday is a necessary read for ... Founder of she works HIS way and author of Famous in Heaven and at Home author of It's All Under Control and The ...
Author: Valerie Woerner
“Filled with grace, hope, and practical ways forward for every momma.” — Candace Cameron Bure, actress and New York Times bestselling author Most days motherhood often looks like bottomless piles of laundry; a sink full of dishes; sleepless nights; and unshowered, nonstop, endless days. If that’s all there is, then no wonder “Grumpy Mom” sometimes sneaks into your heart and home. If you can relate, you’re in good company—Valerie Woerner gets it and has experienced Grumpy Mom more often than she’d care to admit. In Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday, Valerie shares what she’s learned so far about sending Grumpy Mom packing and embracing a joyful, intentional motherhood that is so much better than you thought possible. As you journey with Valerie, you’ll be inspired and equipped to find energy in the most unlikely places, pursue your own dreams, be set free from mom guilt, feel content despite unfinished to-do lists, spend purposeful time with God amid the daily chaos, and discover more joyous moments of motherhood. So, take a holiday from Grumpy Mom, and enjoy life as the mom God made you to be.
Author: Patrick and Ruth SchwenkPublish On: 2020-09-08
Whatever your own journey of suffering, this is a story to remind you that no matter what the destination, ... —Michelle Myers, founder of She Works HIS Way “No one wants to wake up and suddenly realize they're in the center of a storm.
Author: Patrick and Ruth Schwenk
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Your Storm Doesn’t Have to Sink You At some point in our lives, we all find ourselves in a boat in the middle of a lake. We might be there due to a job loss or the death of a loved one. Maybe disability, divorce, or financial insecurity has stranded us. Patrick and Ruth Schwenk found themselves feeling battered after five miscarriages and then surrounded by the waves with Patrick’s cancer diagnosis at age forty-three. They were alone. Drifting. And that’s when their transformation began. In this compassionate and powerful book, the Schwenks weave together lessons from their own experience with insightful Bible teaching to remind us that one of the greatest ways God transforms us is through trials. As they unpack why Jesus called the disciples into the middle of a lake when dry ground was so safe and comfortable, they help us understand why the depth of our hurt enables us to experience deep hope; learn to conquer fear to experience the freedom God has for us; and discover how God uses chaos, and not just the classroom, to shape and work through us. Today—in your confusion about God’s intentions, your disappointment over lost dreams, your disillusionment about prayer—God is offering hope. Because Jesus is still Lord over the water. And while he is not moved by the waves, he is moved by you. And this flood might just be a path to abundance. “A powerful reminder that our current reality is not our final reality, and God is Lord over all chaos and suffering!” —Candace Cameron Bure, actress and New York Times bestselling author
MICHELLE MYERS, founder of She works HIS way I believe that talking to God should be simple. It should feel accessible. It should come naturally to us! And yet we live in a fallen world where we've forgotten that he is as near to us as ...
Author: Valerie Woerner
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
A vibrant, unstuck prayer life can begin for you right now. Why is it so difficult to pray without getting distracted? Why don't I have this figured out by now? Pray Confidently and Consistently is for all of us who ask these questions and yearn for more. Join author and prayer journal creator Valerie Woerner in learning to pray boldly to the God of the universe who is beckoning us to come sit with him, share our hearts and needs, and simply know him. Living in close communication with our Father has the power to transform even the most difficult moments of our lives. What weights do we need to throw off so they don't hold us back from a deeper connection with God? What distractions are keeping us from running freely with him? When we release the burdens suffocating our prayer lives and leaving us gasping for Jesus, we can finally experience the truth that prayer changes everything.
If you are looking for a way to excel in the thing God made you to do , this book will show you how ! ... -Michelle Myers , founder of she works His way “ Jordan Raynor teaches us to invest rather than spend time .
Author: Jordan Raynor
Manage your time the way Jesus managed his with a biblical antidote to swamped to-do lists and hurried schedules. “A highly practical road map.”—Mark Batterson, New York Times bestselling author and lead pastor of National Community Church Despite the overwhelming amount of resources for time management and work-life balance, the ability to cultivate the efficiency and equilibrium needed to manage all our worthy pursuits can often feel frustratingly out of reach. The reason for our struggle is that productivity and time-management systems focus on individual habits rather than more meaningful and lasting lifestyle changes. But as it turns out, there is a better way to reach our full potential. We don’t need just another approach to changing our habits. What we need is an operating system that takes into account the full scope of our lives. In these pages, bestselling author Jordan Raynor presents this system, using seven powerful time- management principles drawn from the example of how Jesus lived: 1. Start with the Word: Find meaningful connection with the author of time daily. 2. Let Your Yes Be Yes: Accept only the commitments you can fulfill. 3. Dissent from the Kingdom of Noise: Create room for silence, stillness, and reflection. 4. Prioritize Your Yeses: Confidently maintain your commitments. 5. Accept Your “Unipresence”: Focus on one important thing at a time. 6. Embrace Productive Rest: Live the God-designed rhythms of rest which are productive for our goals and souls. 7. Eliminate All Hurry: Embrace productive busyness while ruthlessly eliminating hurry from our lives. With these principles, you’ll see how Jesus managed his time on earth and how he responded to human constraints much like the ones you face today. More than that, you’ll discover corresponding practices that will help you embrace the best, most Christlike version of yourself possible: purposeful, present, and wildly productive.
Reborn is Clayton at his best. ... Michelle Myers, founder of she works HIS way “This book is so powerful—it points you to the gospel that can change ... My friend Clayton King has one primary message in his life, and you can sense his.
Author: Clayton King
Publisher: Baker Books
In our self-help, DIY culture, we love the idea of improvement. We make-over wardrobes and restore houses and commit ourselves to better habits. But we're still left feeling empty and not-quite-enough. That's because what we need is not an upgrade but a complete upending of our lives. We need to be reborn. And it's not something we can do by ourselves. With deep compassion, Clayton King shares the compelling stories of 12 broken people who came face-to-face with Jesus in the New Testament and got a second chance at life. A respected religious leader, an ostracized woman, a despised embezzler, a condemned thief--all of them flawed, sinful, full of regret--encountered Jesus and were never the same. Along with their stories, King shares contemporary stories of people struggling with addiction, lust, greed, and depression, showing that Jesus still meets people right where they are and changes them from the inside out. If you're tired of going through the religious motions by your own power and long to experience the radical life and heart change that Jesus promised, it's time for an encounter with Jesus. It's time to be reborn.
—Michelle Myers, founder of she works HIS way One of the things I love most about Alisha is her consistent, steadfast message of truth in the face of all the world is trying to feed us as Christian women today. She is on a mission to ...
Author: Alisha Illian
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Girl, read your Bible. You can eat all the kale, buy all the things, lift all the weights, take all the trips, trash all that doesn’t spark joy, wash your face and hustle like mad, but if you don’t rest your soul in Jesus, you’ll never find peace and purpose. You’ve had enough of the hustle. You’ve given up trying to meet social media’s impossible standards, and you’re done living a life ruled by busyness. But where do you go from here? For Alisha Illian, it wasn’t until she learned to abide in God’s truth that she finally found fulfillment. In Chasing Perfect, Alisha shares how God awakened her heart to prioritize what matters to Him. She’ll help you learn what it means to look beyond each day’s diversions and live in surrender to the Savior. You’ll see why it’s so important to… separate yourself from the self-first attitude of self-help culture savor each blessing God has given you schedule—rather than squeeze in—daily time to spend with God You don’t have to keep filling your calendar to the brim with unsatisfying distractions. Chasing Perfect will help you submit to God and experience His perfect renewal and rest.
Michelle Myers and Somer Phoebus, lead communicators of She Works HIS Way Every time I picked up Growing Slow, it didn't take long for the tears to start falling as I felt a weight lift from my shoulders with Jennifer's words.
Author: Jennifer Dukes Lee
Enter a simpler way of living by unhurrying your heart, embracing the relaxed rhythms of nature, and discovering the meaningful gift of growing slow. We long to make a break from the fast pace of life, but if we're honest, we're afraid of what we'll miss if we do. Yet when going big and hustling hard leaves us stressed, empty, and out of sorts, perhaps this can be our cue to step into a far more satisfying, sustainable pace. In this crafted, inspiring read, beloved author Jennifer Dukes Lee offers a path to unhurried living by returning to the rhythm of the land and learning the ancient art of Growing Slow. Jennifer was once at breaking point herself, and tells her story of rude awakening to the ways her chosen lifestyle of running hard, scaling fast, and the neverending chase for results was taking a toll on her body, heart, and soul. But when she finally gave herself permission to believe it takes time to grow good things, she found a new kind of freedom. With eloquent truths and vivid storytelling, Jennifer reflects on the lessons she learned from living on her fifth-generation family farm and the insights she gathered from the purposeful yet never rushed life of Christ. Growing Slow charts a path out of the pressures of bigger, harder, faster, and into a more rooted way of living where the growth of good things is deep and lasting. Following the rhythms of the natural growing season, Growing Slow will help you: Find the true relief that comes when you stop running and start resting in Jesus Learn practices for unhurrying your heart and mind every day Let go of the pressure and embrace the small, good things already bearing fruit in your life And engage slow growth through reflection prompts and simple application steps
Michelle Myers, founder of she works His way “Few things in life can humble you like motherhood can. And yet, how often do we try to white-knuckle our way through it all? Read this gift of a book and learn how to clasp your hands ...
Author: Brooke McGlothlin
Publisher: Baker Books
"God, I need you to do something in my children!" Have those words found their way into your desperate prayers? Do you feel helpless to know how to equip your children for this world and all it throws at them? If so, you're not alone. When Brooke McGlothlin realized her best efforts were falling woefully short of her goal to produce godly children, she discovered the joy and power of praying Scripture over her family. Her life and her children's lives were transformed. Yours can be too. Complete with prayers for specific situations, this encouraging book is perfect for times when you · feel too busy to pray, · don't know what or how to pray, · don't know if your prayers really matter. Nothing is more powerful and faith-building than praying God's Word for those you love. Become a mom full of hope in the God who can, even if you can't. "Praying Mom is the prayer mentor you've always wanted from a mom who absolutely lives this message on her knees."--STACEY THACKER, author of Threadbare Prayer
There is a baby in trouble on pediatrics, where they are working frantically with an out—of—control asthma attack, and his doctor is on his way in. After hearing this report I feel like I am going to throw up, have diarrhea, ...
Author: E. Deryn Barlow
You will enjoy reading Mrs.Barlow's take on the adventures of a night nursing supervisor in a 350 bed hospital. Some humor, some horror, and some horror that turns into humor.
Women : 47 percent Men : 48 percent • Makes sexual remarks or jokes to a woman who works for him . ... Such behavior by a man may be a sure way to get himself fired , or at the least derailed on his way up in an organization .
Author: Rosalind C. Barnett
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Social Science
A four-year study of 300 middle-class and working-class couples, this text draws on cross-disciplinary research and debunks the myth of the overwrought working mother with her insensitive husband and neglected children.
As he , or she , works his way around the trail , the beginner learns to see where he is and what various features look like on the map . By the end of the trail , not only has the budding orienteer had a good walk , he has learned the ...
Author: Hans Bengtsson
Publisher: Penguin Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
Sets forth the basics of a sport new to America in which hikers use maps and compasses to locate ckeckpoints and reach a destination
Unsuspectingly, she works her way through sleep as Klemmer works his way across the nocturnal meadows of the city. Klemmer seeks but does not find. He's following a different call, but cannot locate the caller. He is leery of advancing; ...
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
From the Nobel Prize-winning Austrian author: a “brilliant, uncompromising” novel that “gets behind the cream-puff prettiness of Vienna” (Publishers Weekly). In The Piano Teacher, Elfride Jelinek creates a shocking portrait of a talented, capable woman fashioned by society into a ticking bomb. Set in 1980s Vienna, it describes a culture rotting under the weight of its oppressive, outmoded ideals—a place mirrored by the heroine’s own repressed dreams. Erika Kohut, piano teacher at the prestigious Vienna Conservatory, is a quiet woman devoted to Bach, Beethoven, and her domineering mother. Her life consists of desperate boredom, neurotic possessiveness, and hopeless dreams of a concert career whose hour has long passed. Enter Walter Klemmer—a handsome, arrogant man out to conquer Erika’s affections. Suddenly the dangerous passions roiling under her subdued exterior explode in a release of sexual perversity and long-buried violence. Awarded the Nobel and the Heinrich Boll Prize for her outstanding contribution to German letters, Elfriede Jelinek is one of the most original and controversial writers in Austria today. The Piano Teacher was made into an acclaimed film by Michael Haneke in 2001.