Women have a special place in God's plan and in his heart. They are uniquely made and have many jobs as mothers, teachers, counselors, nurses, chefs, and chauffeurs in addition to business owners, supervisors, technical whizzes, and hard-working employees. Then the world turned upside-down in 2020. The pandemic caused women to modify their lifestyles and tackle new responsibilities while trying to keep some semblance of normalcy within their families. It wasn't easy.
These unprecedented struggles were overwhelming and caused many women to feel alone, depressed, frustrated, hopeless, and just plain tired. Can you relate? Are you one of those women who feels like you are drowning and maybe even invisible to God? Have you forgotten what his peace feels like? Maybe you have never felt his presence.
In God's Fruit Salad, author Diana Kinser offers a contemporary look at the fruit of the Spirit for women in all areas and walks of life. She is a battle-worn grandmother who has been in the fire of life many times, including battling Covid in ICU on a breathing machine. Kinser wants you to know that even when life seems dark and hopeless, God is still there. She knows the sweetest fruit in a Christian's life comes from the deepest pain. With wisdom and love only a grandmother can give, she gently encourages women to see their value in every situation.