Trust or Control
Exposing the Root Cause of A Woman's Inability to TrusteBook - 2013
This is a book for today's woman, living toward a good heart in a complicated and mixed up world. Dorcas Stutzman takes a personal look at the deep and sometimes painful things that lurk below the surface, causing unwanted actions and reactions. This is a clear approach to the core issue so many struggle with today; Can I indeed trust, or do I need to maintain control to be safe? Dorcas includes some of her personal journey in the matter, as well as intense appeal to the noble side of woman's desire and intuitions. She includes stories of random encounters with strugglers, as well as victory scenarios. In the end, she paints a picture of the original plan of God, and invites anyone to pursue it. In Dorcas' words; " Trust and control cannot exist together. They are polar opposites and enemies. Have you ever wondered why it is so hard for you to trust God and others? Have you ever cried out to God to help you trust Him and rely on Him more completely? I know I did. I invite you to journey with me as I share how God answered that prayer in my life and brought me to more peace and rest and trust than I even believed possible." While not largely involved as a writer in the book, Steve Stutzman comments; "The book you are holding can greatly affect your life. There may be things in here that you do not like or understand at first. But from my perspective as her husband and the father of her children, allow me to say this: if she says it, sit up and pay attention. Dorcas knows what she is talking about in a way I find truly uncommon. As a person who knows Dorcas in a very personal and intimate way, and lives in the blessing of her belief system, the message of this book needs to be heard loud and clear in today's world." Something tells me this could be an interesting read.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2013
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Alternative Title: Exposing the root cause of a woman's inability to trust
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