The curse of Eve will forever haunt women, but there is a way to put a lifetime of control issues behind us. By studying seven women of the Bible (Eve, Sarah, Hagar, Rebekah, Leah, Rachel and Miriam), we can learn how to surrender our “burden” of control and submit to God’s leading. We can put our past “failures” behind us and move toward a new freedom.
Shannon Popkin, author of “control girl”, doesn’t just write chapters filled with information and personal examples, she also includes lessons learned through her study of the above-mentioned Bible girls. They make great studies which lead to great discussions for small groups.
If you are looking for a support group for women battling control issues, the lives of these seven women will deliver examples of what not to do and find God’s way. You will finally learn to release the control you never had and give it to the One who truly has control. By surrendering control, you can find peace, joy and security.
Are you trying to stay in control of your quest for peace, joy, and security . . . and you’re exhausted? Shannon Popkin’s debut book, Control Girl, is a must-read for anyone with a heart that craves control. Join Shannon as she shares what she has discovered about her own control struggles and about God from studying seven Control Girls in the Bible. Whether it was Eve’s desire to know instead of trust, Sarah’s inability to wait for God to move, or Rebekah’s controlling hand on her family’s future, each of these women’s stories contain warnings and lessons for us today.
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