Today Only: FREE: Help for Women Under Stress eBook by Randy & Nanci Alcorn

Today Only: FREE: Help for Women Under Stress eBook by Randy & Nanci Alcorn

16 October, 2013


Stress. It’s part of our everyday lives, sometimes as the spark that keeps us moving forward and sometimes as the avalanche that threatens to bury us. Chances are, since this book’s title has caught your eye, you are looking for some relief from stress, or at least hope that relief is possible.

In this thoroughly revised and updated edition of Help for Women Under Stress, originally published in 1986, Randy and Nanci offer you both the hope and the help you are looking for. They not only help you understand what stress is and how it operates, but give plenty of useful tips and strategies for bringing peace to the chaos of your daily life.

Your energy is perishable, but can be daily replenished. Don’t waste your life in unnecessary and unwise responses to stress. Chronic fatigue supplements might help or you can let this book help you live in a way that honors God and your loved ones, while understanding and respecting your limits. And let it remind you that one day God will wipe away all the downsides of stress in an eternal world of rest, refreshment, thriving relationships and unending adventure.

Randy Alcorn is one of my favorite authors. Personally, I have greatly benefited from his writing on how to handle Personal money from a biblical perspective and his book The Purity Principle. I have his bestselling book Heaven and would love to read it sometime. Learn more at

I urge you to download this eBook today, for it’s available for FREE only today, 10/16. Please share this with anyone who needs the hope it offers.

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As someone said elsewhere, “I love the balanced approach the Alcorns’ bring. As Christians we often compartmentalize our lives: the material (body, health, tangible tasks, etc.) and the spiritual (mind, heart, soul, spirit). We lack the understanding of how these affect one another. This book corrects that problem.” I totally agree!


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