God is calling you to something greater than good.
So many of us feel as if we do not do enough and, in fact, are not enough. We try hard to be good--a good friend, mom, wife, Christian, employee, or ministry leader--hoping for that "atta-girl" from God, some heavenly assertion that we matter. In the process, we find ourselves living by a lesser gospel: the gospel of goodness. It's a gospel without grace, and in the end, it's good for nothing.
With compelling illustrations from her own life and from Scripture, Christine Hoover helps you start asking, "What does God want for me?" before asking, "What does God want from me?" You'll find yourself breathing a sigh of relief at this powerful message of freedom and hope. Rather than serving God out of obligation or duty, you'll be compelled to love and serve God with great joy.
"A song of freedom for the world-weary woman."-- Emily T. Wierenga, award-winning journalist, artist, and author of Atlas Girl
"This book is full of wisdom, and as you read it, your soul will breathe a deep sigh of relief."-- Kelly Matte, wife of Gregg Matte, pastor of Houston's First Baptist Church and founder of Breakaway Ministries at Texas A&M University
"Christine has written the book that I believe women in our generation are really dying to read."-- Jess Connolly, entrepreneur and author
Christine Hoover is a pastor's wife, mom, speaker, and the author of The Church Planting Wife. She has written for The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, and Christianity Today. Blogging at www.GraceCoversMe.com, she enjoys helping women apply the gift of God's grace to their daily lives. She lives in Virginia.