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No More Christian Nice Girl Characters Û 2 ✓ [PDF / Epub] ⚣ No More Christian Nice Girl ✈ Paul Coughlin – Helpyouantib.co.uk When passivity and false niceness don't bring the abundant life Jesus promised some Christian women try even harder to hide behind a fragile faCade of pleasant perfection Paul Coughlin and JennifSage that they have options far beyond simply acting nice or being mean if they will emulate the real Jesus Christ and face their fears of conflict rejection and criticism Brimming with enlightening information thought provoking uestionnaires real life No More. A great book the importance of setting boundaries in love

No More Christian Nice GirlSage that they have options far beyond simply acting nice or being mean if they will emulate the real Jesus Christ and face their fears of conflict rejection and criticism Brimming with enlightening information thought provoking uestionnaires real life No More. A great book the importance of setting boundaries in love

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No More Christian Nice Girl ï When passivity and false niceness don't bring the Christian Nice ePUB #8608 abundant life Jesus promised some Christian women try even harder to hide behind a fragile faCade of pleasant perfection Paul Coughlin and Jennifer Degler give women the empowering mes. I recently read the book No More Christian Nice Girl by Paul Coughlin and Jennifer D Degler PhDThis is a hard one for me to review I rarely find books that I don't like but well I found one in this Don't get me wrong I really like the idea behind the book but I just don't feel it was presented well at allThe idea behind the story is that Christian women tend to be too nicewe worry too much about saying yes to everyone and don't know when to stand our ground I'll give an amen to that as I wholeheartedly agree This book offers practical advice for learning to say no when we need to and to worry ourselves with being good and Christ like rather than nice The life of Christ is illustrated to point out that Jesus was not ALWAYS nice which is so true He stood up to those who needed standing up to and His words and actions were sometimes uite harsh We who call ourselves Christians or followers of Christ need to follow ALL of Jesus' example not just the one dimensional nice guy that we tend to see all of the timeNow I agree with all of it and I appreciated the points made in this book In fact I could really use a self help book just like this to help me learn to say no My problem with this book is in the presentation of the idea I felt that the authors spent too much time exhibiting sarcasm and even immaturity as they made their points For example the talk of the woman in Samaria who was deemed unclean because of a perpetual menstrual problem as they wrote Or the insinuation that when Jesus turned the water to wine he was being a show off who encouraged drunkenness but that we as Christians ignore that realityI'm going to give this book 25 stars because I do think that the idea behind it is a great one It just wasn't MY type Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Paul Coughlin

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Paul Coughlin ¾ 2 Characters MOBI #207 stories and biblically based teaching from both the male author of the pioneering No More Christian Nice Guy and a female clinical psychologist this book will motivate women to allow God to transform them into authentic powerful women of loving fait. Today we face the realities of a social church that seldom faces facts acts in the sweetest way possible to be a good witness and likes sermons and ways that are soft delicate and sweet just because someone is Christian As a result many good intentioned women end up trying to please everyone else but themselves accomplishing nothing than becoming a doormat for those who like abusing others As a conseuence even the own identity is lost and life becomes a constant struggle resulting in frustrated and broken relationshipsThis is the reality the authors say drove them to write this book Both are experienced counselors and it shows both in their biblically found advice and in their easy narration Yes you might find yourself soaring through the truths jokes and challenges while you learn that assertive respectful and graceful words somewhat surprising but sincere are powerful than nice ones those expected and wanted even if this might result offensive to those who like to use women It might be a challenge but as the authors put it confrontation will lead into intimacy and better relationsThis book is very easy to read; the authors have a relaxed and straightforward way that invites the reader to go on However I found myself identified with some situations and had to take a pause and ponder about it before reading on and this does not happen to me with any book which is another fact I liked about this one I even read some chapters twiceA great asset at the end of each chapter the authors include a series of uestions that might be used for study in small groups or for personal reflection They also invite the reader to go to certain verses in the Bible and study how the principle they expose is seen or applied in that specific portion Another plus is Nicole a fictional character that exemplifies the situations described in each chapter; by the end of the book you can see her learning to be a different person with authentic not socially accepted love for God for herself and others The best part of her process is that she gets closer to God and becomes a better witness of His loveI would not doubt in recommending this book However I must also include a word of caution this is a very good book so good that I have to add the reader must always have in mind that it is not the maximum authority on how to build a Christian character; that's what the Bible is for I wonder if Christians stepped up studied the Bible and applied the teachings it includes this book might not be needed and the authors be out of workI received a complimentary copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers for review but this does not bias my opinion on the book nor the authors