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“In today’s permissive culture, it is dangerously easy for even the most principled of women to reason away unhealthy thoughts, attitudes, and flirtations with men who aren’t our husbands. In Every Woman’s Battle, Shannon Ethridge bravely and respectfully draws a line in the sand for all of us. A must-read for every woman who desires true intimacy and sexual integrity.” - Constance Rhodes, author of Life inside the “Thin” Cage “It’s time to take the blinders off and recognize the crucial message of Every Woman’s Battle.” - Karen Kingsbury, best-selling author of Remember and One Tuesday Morning “Many of my Bad Girls of the Bible readers have tearfully confessed to me their struggles with sexual sins – promiscuity, adultery, and self-gratification among them. Since we cannot pretend Christian women don’t face these temptations, it’s a relief to have a sound resource like this one to recommend. Shannon Ethridge’s straightforward, nonjudgmental, step-by-step approach can help women come clean in the best way possible – through an intimate relationship with the Lover of their souls.” - Liz Curtis Higgs, best-selling author of Bad Girls of the Bible, Really Bad Girls of the Bible, and Mad Mary: A Bad Girl from Magdala.
Shannon Ethridge, is the best-selling author of Every Woman’s Battle and coauthor of Every Young Woman’s Battle, and Every Woman’s Marriage, as well as a wife, mother, speaker, and lay counselor. Previously a youth pastor and abstinence educator, Shannon has a master's degree in counseling/human relations from Liberty University and she speaks regularly on the Teen Mania Ministries campus and in a variety of other church and college settings. Shannon lives in east Texas with her husband, Greg, and their two children, Erin and Matthew.
Amidst the loyal and abiding marriage with children, there is no need of abstinence, and in fact, loving relationships are healthy displays of pleasurable parenting which cannot be... Read morePublished on April 14 2004 by Patricia B. Ross