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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (Aug. 1 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736919449
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736919449
  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 14.3 x 1.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #363,888 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“What a timeless book. Every day of our life can be fraught with fear if we allow it. In Moving from Fear to Freedom, Grace Fox tells the good, bad, and ugly of fear. Some fears are healthy and necessary, and others are debilitating. Grace teaches readers how to break free from the ones that hold them back, she includes stories and poignant quotes, and she offers points for progress, promises to ponder, meaningful prayers. This is a book to be read and reread.”
--Brenda Nixon, speaker and author of Parenting Power in the Early Years

About the Author

Grace Fox is an international speaker at women's events, a popular radio and television guest, and the author of several books, including 10-Minute Time Outs for You and Your Kids. Her articles have been published in Reader's Digest and several other magazines. Grace and her husband, Gene, served as missionaries for nearly 20 years.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Mallory on Aug. 12 2008
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I really appreciate this book's transparency about the fears we too often keep hidden, and the author's practical tips for change. The book reassures women that we're not alone in our fears. Others have been there and have found a way to overcome by relying on the promises of the God of the Bible.
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Moving From Fear to Freedom, A Woman's Guide to Peace in Every Situation delivers what it promises - a guide to finding true peace. Everyone deals with fear; Grace has identified the most common fears and provides sensible, relevant coping strategies from the Bible. The book spoke to me personally and I have received many reports from women across Canada who have used in in small groups sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries and found it most helpful.
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Real answers for too-common fears Dec 6 2007
By Jeanne Zornes - Published on
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Read this book and you'll find yourself saying, "That's me," or "Maybe this is how I can minister to my hurting friend." Grace has her finger on the pulse of what women think and are often afraid to admit so that they could truly live in freedom. Grace is a diligent researcher, who conducted many personal interviews to get just the right stories to make her book real. The end-of-chapter questions, focus scriptures, and prayer bring reminder that no fear is beyond God's help. Get it for yourself and to use in a women's Bible study.
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Grace Fox has nailed it! Sept. 19 2007
By Kathi Macias - Published on
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Grace Fox has nailed the fears that pierce a woman's heart and prevent her from experiencing the true joy and freedom that are her birthright as a child of the living God. For too long we women have allowed ourselves to walk in the shadow of fear, missing out on the sunlight that beckons us and is ours for the taking. Grce shows us how we can move from the shadow into the sunlight once and for all and, in turn, help others to do the same. Complete with provocative points to ponder, Scriptures to meditate on, and prayers to pray, "Moving from Fear to Freedom" is a must-read book for any woman who desires to live in the truth that "God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and a sound mind."
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There is nothing to fear, but fear itself Nov. 4 2007
By Alison - Published on
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The author really identified my fears as a woman. She seems so wise and so real at the same time. I was moved to deal with some of my past experiences in order to not be so fearful of the future. I was reminded that God really does care about me. I especially liked her perspective on "the upside of fear" as an indicator that I have taken my focus of of God's love. She challenged me to reconsider if I can do something meaningful with my life, which has previously been characterized by fear and avoidance. This is a great book for those who pretend that constant worrying is normal. I truly have a new freedom after challenging my thinking with the perspective in this book.
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Leave Fear in the Dust Dec 4 2007
By Janet H. McHenry - Published on
Format: Paperback
This is an awesome book! I was the type of woman who had some rather irrational fears (like, where will I go when the tornado hits...and I live in the mountains in California!). Instead, I've found a freeing kind of help after reading Grace Fox's book. Basically, I'm able to look the situation in the eye and understand that God is bigger than it is. I highly recommend this book.
Ready to Let Go? July 3 2008
By Jo Franz - Published on
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Reading this book brought back so many personal experiences I have had to give to God! Fox has written what I truly believe--we can be free of fear even in the midst of the worst storms of our lives! Her examples are easy to relate to since most of us have "been there, done that" with at least some of them. The Points for Progress provide the reader with excellent insight into the heart of each concern and then the Promises to Ponder give us the hope we need to carry out the necessary soul-searching. I love books with prayers in them, and Grace's prayers at each chapter's end are precious. I highly recommend this book, and having been a person filled with fears, I have the right! (Smile)