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Warrior Chicks: Rising Strong, Beautiful and Confident
     

Warrior Chicks: Rising Strong, Beautiful and Confident

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by Holly Wagner
 

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Some battles we choose, others choose us. The world is looking and waiting for a company of women who will rise in the midst of hard times. It would be so much easier to sit…to give in. And, yet, isn’t there a part inside us all that longs to stand up and fight the battles before us? From her best-selling books, God Chicks and Daily Steps for GodChicks

Overview

Some battles we choose, others choose us. The world is looking and waiting for a company of women who will rise in the midst of hard times. It would be so much easier to sit…to give in. And, yet, isn’t there a part inside us all that longs to stand up and fight the battles before us? From her best-selling books, God Chicks and Daily Steps for GodChicks, Holly Wagner identified and encouraged the cultivation of aspects of the God Chick within every woman. The subject of this exciting book is the “Warrior Chick” who realizes she is destined to be an overcomer as she faces challenges, is encouraged as she realizes she is beautiful just the way she is, and is relieved as she learns how to equip herself to fight the fight. As Holly well knows from her experience as a warrior chick battling breast cancer, we aren’t living in peacetime and we can either choose to be a casualty or a warrior. What’s it going to be?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780830744800
Publisher:
Gospel Light Publications
Publication date:
09/28/2007
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.47(d)
Age Range:
12 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Holly Wagner is copastor of Oasis Christian Center in Los Angeles, California, where she oversees the women's ministry. GodChicks has grown beyond Oasis to reach thousands of women each year through conferences, books, and other resources. Holly is a popular conference speaker known for her challenging, humorous style and honest approach to real-life issues. Holly has written four books, including GodChicks and Daily Steps for GodChicks. She and her husband, Philip, have two children.

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Warrior Chicks: Rising Strong, Beautiful and Confident 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Courage13 More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed reading the book espically because I need courage with the difficult situation that I was deign in life. It gave me the courage to cont to fight and Gina a will to live. I love the christian aspect that Holly puts on the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was inspired and reminded I can overcome! Quick read that works as a devotional. Reminds you that you have purpose and need to fight for the right things in life.
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wardo9696 More than 1 year ago
I was a bit discouraged by the previous review when I read it, as I am purchasing this for my Nook. I already have a copy of this I keep in my nightstand. I enjoy it so much when I am feeling a little low and need a pick me up. Warrior Chicks sometimes need that when the daily battle gets them down! I love the bright, cheery pink and the sword on the cover too. I don't believe this book is supposed to be alot of "meat". It does encourage me to look into and study different people mentioned in greater depth. I in fact recommended this to my pastors wife just yesterday. We were conversating on "the older woman", and it just hit home with our conversation. I love this book, and think that Holly Wagner is a great woman of faith!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author does make some good points and reference scripture to support her "cheerleading," but I was hoping for a meal and got an appetizer instead. There is a LOT of whitespace and it's loaded with short sentences or fragments that make up a paragraph. The conversational style is extremely easy to read, but I felt that she didn't have enough "meat" to fill a whole book, so she tried to make it appear longer. As a teacher, I see students writing real BIG and leaving lots of space on papers... so that may have influenced the way I saw it. However, I didn't get much out of this book.