Lane Jordan/ 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman
ISBN: 978-1-61970-110-6 | List Price: $12.95 | Format: Soft cover | Page Count: 17612 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman is a completely revised and updated version of Lane’s most popular book. In it, she provides the perfect blend of nuts-and-bolts information geared to everyday tasks and insights into the timeless relationships with family, friends, God, and self. The result is a book that serves as a modern-day Proverbs 31 for women. It incorporates a wealth of new information that will make your life more productive, balanced and satisfying.
New information includes:
• How to use technology to save time
• Home office information and organization tips
• Discussion questions for small groups or Bible study follow each chapter.
An invaluable resource for every 21st century woman—from soccer moms to single grandmoms—this book combines practical information on managing fast-paced life with the biblical wisdom and assurances that remind us that even when life seems overwhelming, the Lord is our keeper, our father, and our shepherd. 12 Steps to Becoming A More Organized Woman will encourage, support and motivate women of all ages to serve God faithfully in their everyday lives.
Author Bio:Lane Powell Jordan is an author, national speaker, and professional life coach, born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She received a B.A. in Journalism and Broadcasting from Georgia State University in Atlanta. Early in her ministry, Lane served as the Associate Producer for the weekly television program, In Touch, with Dr. Charles Stanley, and also as the Editor of the First Baptist Church of Atlanta’s weekly newsletter, The Witness. She has two grown daughters and currently lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband Scott.To learn more about Lane, her books and her ministry, visit her website: http://www.lanejordanministries.com/ or her blog: http://www.pathwaystoorganization.com/.You can also find Lane on Facebook and Twitter.
You can purchase your copy of 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman on Christianbooks.com, on Amazon, or at Barnes and Noble.
I must confess, I’m not a very organized woman. I have a tendency to attempt organization, only to fall by the wayside in disarray in spite of my best efforts.
Ms Jordan breaks these tools down into 12 steps to make it easier for woman like me. She deals with attitude, our walk with God, and the importance of being healthy and fit.
The message of this book is a womans’ need to be restored before she can be the woman needed in her home. Her focus on the source of our strength – God – is appealing to me as a Christian. I found great encouragement in these pages and I would recommend it to women every where. Give it as a gift to mom, daughter or friend and they will all be blessed by it.
This book is like having your own personal life-coach in your living room. The push to change from the inside out is in the pages of this book. I enjoyed it very much and I am sure you will to. I couldn’t find anything to complain about here.