Help and encouragement for overwhelmed women who desire to know what God created them to do -- and how to accomplish it
How many women are tired of trying to be all things to all people? How often do they feel overwhelmed by busyness, guilt, and stress? In this newly updated edition of Women Who Do Too Much, Patricia Sprinkle shows the woman who does too much how to do less but do it more passionately.
First she tackles the larger issues of goals and commitments, helping women determine what God created them to do and helping them focus on doing just that. Then she gives helpful tips on how to handle the demands of everyday life.
This updated edition -- which is also available on abridged audiocassette -- goes deeper into the biblical foundations for managing time and gifts for God's purposes. There are simpler, faster-to-do exercises at the end of each section, not each chapter.
With a warm mixture of practicality and humor, Sprinkle creatively offers hope for all women who need to capture, conquer, and control the ever-running hours on the clock. By the end of the book, time is seen not as a ferocious animal, but as a friend -- a precious gift from God.