The Whole Woman
Vendor: B&H Books
Number of Pages: 144
Dimensions: 8.50 × 5.50 (inches)
bored with “the way you’ve always done it” when it comes to serving others in your church, community, friendships, or family?
The Whole Woman looks at what it means to care for another woman holistically—heart, soul, mind and strength—as an extension of loving God. The book explores how we might care for the emotions, motivations, desires, thoughts, and relationships of ourselves and others. It also provides some practical action that you can immediately put into practice.
The contributors of this book come from all sorts of backgrounds (professors, ministry
leaders, convention leaders, and others) but have one thing in common: they love to see women grow in their walks with the Lord. Join the authors of The Whole Woman, and find out how you can best serve the women around you.
Kristin Kellen (MA, PhD) is an Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). Her focus is counseling children, teens, and their families. Kristin is the co-author of her forthcoming book The Gospel for Disordered Lives.
Julia Bickley Higgins (MDiv, PhD) is an Assistant Professor of Ministry to Women and Associate Dean of Graduate Program Administration at SEBTS. Her ministry focus is college and adult young women. She has authored several journal reviews and blog posts that primarily focus on women in ministry.