A Woman's Guide to Personal Holiness: A Biblical Study for Developing a Holy Lifestyle

New Hope Publishers, 2000 - 100 páginas
Through daily renewal, A Woman's Guide to Personal Holiness will take readers directly to the Word of God for a personal challenge in Christlike living. This Bible study returns women to the Scripture for direction in living holy lives in an unholy world. A Woman's Guide to Personal Holiness contains twelve weekly lessons that examine the holiness of God and suggest guidelines for holy living. It is a topical study incorporating Old and New Testament passages about our Holy God and holy living.

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LESSON THREE A Call to Holiness
For Further Thought
Answers to Direct Questions
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Rhonda H. Kelley is the author of the ldquo;Womanrsquo;s Guiderdquo; Bible study series, which includes A Womanrsquo;s Guide to Spiritual Wellness, A Womanrsquo;s Guide to Personal Holiness, A Womanrsquo;s Guide to True Contentment, A Womanrsquo;s Guide to Servant Leadership, A Womanrsquo;s Guide to Personal Discipline, and A Womanrsquo;s Guide to Joyful Living. Presently she is serving as managing editor for the Women's Evangelical Library to be published by Broadman & Holman. She also served as coeditor and contributor for The New King James Woman's Study Bible. Dr. Kelley is professor of Women's Ministry and coordinator of the Womenrsquo;s Ministry Program at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Though she travels frequently for speaking engagements, she finds time to serve as radio and television host for the ACTS network program A Word for Women, broadcast locally in New Orleans. She is also the director of the women's ministry at her church, First Baptist New Orleans. Rhonda Kelley lives on the NOBTS campus in New Orleans, where her husband, Chuck, serves as president.

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