You're All That!: Understand God's Design for Your Life

You're All That!: Understand God's Design for Your LifePaula White S Story Is One Of Tragedy And Triumph, Poverty And Prosperity Raised In The Small Town Of Tupelo, Mississippi, She Lost Her Father To Suicide When She Was Five Years Old, Then Suffered Through Years Of Physical And Sexual Abuse Today, Paula White Is An Inspiration To Millions Around The World Who Seek God S Love In YOU RE ALL THAT , She Draws On The Wisdom She S Gained Over The Years To Help Listeners Live An Authentic Life From The Inside Out When You Ve Failed, When You Ve Been Abused, When You Re Filled With Worry Or Fear, The Last Thing You Want To Do Is Take A Risk, Embrace Change, And Try Again But Paula Declares A Crucial Message Of Freedom You Were Not Created For Fear You Were Not Created To Be Shackled By Negative Emotions Or Memories You Were Created To Live A Bold, Dynamic, Creative Life Filled With Love And Joy Through Real Life Illustrations, Personal Stories, And Stirring Insights, Paula Shows Listeners How To See Yourself Through New Eyes And Become An Expert On The Subject Of You Move Beyond Loss Shake Off Painful Memories, Worries, Fears, And Failures Take Control Of What You Think, Say, And Believe Establish New Boundaries Embrace A Lifetime Of Discovery And Transformation

Paula White Cain is an Evangelist and Senior Pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Orlando, Florida Paula is a humanitarian leader, celebrated author and teacher, mother and grandmother, mentor, and popular TV personality She is married to Jonathan Cain of the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame band, Journey In 2017, she was appointed as chairwoman of the Evangelical Advisory Board to President Donal

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • You're All That!: Understand God's Design for Your Life
  • Paula White
  • English
  • 28 October 2018
  • 9780446580236

10 thoughts on “You're All That!: Understand God's Design for Your Life

  1. says:

    A great book about learning how to see yourself as God sees you, and how to make yourself accessible to Him for His purposes.

  2. says:

    I have to admit that I ve become a self help book snob , and while I found that I didn t hate the book, I honestly didn t love it either While Paula White is a world renowned minister and life coach, I really couldn t get inspired by her words I think that the problem was that I found her to be inclined to talk about the traumas of others, but then gloss over her own While she may feel that she is healed, and very well may be, I find that the best inspiration comes from those who rip open their own old wounds and speak about how they dealt with them Personally, I found Ms White to be rather off putting because she was not willing to open herself up.

  3. says:

    This was an audiobook, but I had read the book years ago Enjoyed and benefited from the audiobook just as much as back when I read it Needed to refresh and having it read by Paula White Cain made it all the beneficial.

  4. says:

    I love Paula White ministries and this book was simply wonderfully written As a Sexual Abuse survivor and a fatherless child herself she teaches us how to find our healing and truth in the love of God.

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book She has a lot of insight for women who may have experienced trauma of some sort or sexual abuse, because she lived through those times in her own life.

  6. says:

    Read the book in the Woman of the Word bible study.

  7. says:

    This review will probably change after I m finished reading it.

  8. says:

    It s a great read, I learned different things from this book

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