Widowhood: A Changed Perspective On Loss

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Mary Bruce helps widows reframe their perspectives to see their new identities as callings to be leaders in their homes and in their churches. Even in this new situation of aloneness, widows can discover purpose and fulfillment. Church leaders will find insight on the reality of widowhood as well as direction on how to allow widows to live out their calling in the body of Christ.

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A woman may have many names and many titles, but “widow” is not necessarily one she plans for. And when the unexpected happens, she is thrust into the role of being the captain of her ship, the decision-maker, and the one solely responsible for the direction of her and her family’s future. The emotions a widow experiences as she faces her life from this new position of aloneness are as varied and unique as each widow is. But what all widows share is a calling to be a leader in the midst of the chaos of the death of their husbands.

In Widowhood: A Calling to Leadership, Mary Bruce encourages widows to embrace their new role with hope and to unashamedly rely on the resources God provides to sustain them through his Spirit and through his body, the church. She illuminates for church leaders how to direct and mentor widows in their church families and how to provide these women with opportunities to express their new God-given calling of leadership.

This book will give you a fresh perspective on widowhood. It will help widows to see the energy they possess as fuel for godly leadership, and it will help church leaders to see their widows as esteemed gifts instead of burdens.

 

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Weight0.339 lbs
Dimensions6 × 0.22990 × 9 in
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