Whether you classify your worry habits as “partly cloudy,” or “stormy,” we’ve all dealt with worry in our lives. Today’s featured book drawing deals with that subject–and of the deeper issue of trusting God–one I like to emphasize often in my blogs.
A writer friend of mine, Kathy Collard Miller, has written a book called, Partly Cloudy with Scattered Worries, Finding Peace in All Kinds of Weather, that challenges women to examine this destructive habit of worry, and the effect it hast on us and those around us.With transparency and honesty, Kathy shares not only powerful examples from her own life, but those of other contemporary women, including biblical characters. I believe every woman would benefit from her practical helps and biblical principles that both encourage and offer specific ways to meet worry head-on–and overcome its negative influence.
I especially liked Kathy’s description of God’s character, and how we can understand more about His intervention in our lives when we willingly choose to trust Him more and worry less.
Here’s a more complete summary of Kathy’s book and her biography:
BOOK SUMMARY AND BIOGRAPHY
It is possible to worry less through trusting God more. Regardless of the storms of trials, temptations, worry, uncertainty, confusion, or regrets that you’re facing, you can trust God more. Partly Cloudy with Scattered Worries offers a conversational style, personal testimonies, practical illustrations, and solid biblical teaching for breaking anxiety and the devastating effects of worry. Each chapter includes Discussion Questions for individuals or groups, along with a “Letter from God.” In addition, a profile of a woman in the Bible who struggled with or experienced victory over worry is featured in each chapter to inspire every reader to see God’s hand in her life.
Kathy Collard Miller is a speaker and author. Her passion is to inspire women to trust God more. She has spoken in 30 states and 7 foreign countries. Kathy has 49 published books including Women of the Bible: Smart Guide to the Bible (Thomas Nelson). You can find out more about her on Kathy’s blog. Kathy lives in Southern California with her husband of 43 years, Larry, and is the proud grandma of Raphael. Kathy and Larry often speak together at marriage events and retreats.
If you’re interested in purchasing Kathy’s book, you can find it here. It’s available in both print and e-book. Read on for book drawing giveaway instructions.
* Note: The author asked me to review a kindle copy of this book, and I was happy to do so. No monetary payment was involved.
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