Johnson, Terry L.
Women have a way with words. A woman’s strength, influence, and ability to change the world for better—in every season and in every relationship—lies in the words she speaks each day. But with that God-given power comes the need to use it wisely, and this book provides both biblical and practical guidance to that end.
In A Way with Words, author and veteran speaker Christin Ditchfield challenges women to embrace God’s gift of words and to think carefully about how they use it. She looks at twelve timeless principles as she calls all women to examine their hearts, recognize when words are their “weapon of choice,” and learn how to steward this blessing to bring life, healing, and encouragement. Each chapter includes wisdom from influential women throughout history and a Bible study for individuals and small groups.
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Christin Ditchfield is the host of the syndicated radio program “Take It to Heart!” heard daily on stations across the United States, Canada, Central and South America. She is a popular conference speaker and author of more than 40 books. Her articles have appeared in numerous national and international magazines, including Focus on the Family, Today’s Christian Woman, Sports Spectrum, and Power for Living.
“Christin Ditchfield really does have a way with words! Words are powerful to help, to heal, to encourage, and to inspire. I am inspired to make the most of my words as a result of Christin’s wisdom and practical encouragements. Everyone would feel more ready for life and love by reading A Way with Words. I’ve pulled out my stationery and have my e-mails ready to send! I am writing those notes, sending those cards, and making those calls because I am well equipped by A Way with Words.” - Pam Farrel, author, Men Are like Waffles, Women Are like Spaghetti; Woman of Influence; and Woman of Confidence
“Winsome, wise, witty. This is a book that every woman must read. Christin shows us that our words can either wound or heal, and she takes us on a soul-search to discover how to harness our words for redemptive purpose.” - Jennifer Kennedy Dean, Executive Director, The Praying Life Foundation; author, Live a Praying Life