The Weight of Grace can be used by individuals or small groups and contains an easy-to-use facilitator’s guide. It is formatted in workbook style with spaces provided where women can write answers to application questions.
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“We’ve enjoyed using The Weight of Grace for women’s small groups and have been very pleased with the content and how the book has ministered to those who have participated. I would highly recommend The Weight of Grace to churches and disciple-ship ministries because it helps women with far more than overeating; it leads them to the root of why they overeat, helps them learn to process their emotions in a healthy way, and deepens their dependency upon the Father and His Word.” Bill Ewing, President, Christian Life Ministries, Rapid City, South Dakota
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- Here’s My Story – What’s Yours?
- God Wants You to Have Freedom (and He’s Not Disgusted with You)
- If I’m a “New Creation in Christ,” Why Am I Still Fat?
- Identifying Underlying Beliefs: What Motivates Overeating and Overweight?
- Are You Really Getting It So Far?
- Emotions and Overeating
- Some Specific Emotions We “Swallow”
- Returning to True Hunger – Part 1
- Returning to True Hunger – Part 2
- Why Diets Don’t Work, Especially for Christians
- Squeezing into the Mold
- What’s Sex Got to Do with It?
- “Fat” and Marriage
- Where Do You Go from Here?