Throughout her life, author Joanne Beckley battled for an understanding of what it means to be a woman, as God intended and expects. She went through school absorbing one image of womanhood, was taught another by her mother and grandmother, and preachers taught her yet another. These influences continued to battle each other in her mind: Who am I? Why am I here? What should I be doing? Where am I going?
Forgotten Womanhood is a study from the Scriptures to diligently weed out as much confusion as possible, to understand our own motives, attitudes, and pride, and then to replace them with a purity of purpose in serving God as a woman.
13 lessons, 71 pages.