First Wives Club

First Wives Club

Twenty–first century lessons from the lives of sixteenth century women

Twenty–first century lessons from the lives of sixteenth century women

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The Reformation was a time of exciting and radical change. The leaders would have been under great pressure as they stood firmly for their convictions in the face of danger and threats. What would it have been like for the women who stood beside and supported them?

Although many of these pressures are totally alien to us today, we still face the same challenge of standing firm for the gospel in a world which is against the God of the Bible.

In this companion to Old Wives’ Tales Clare Heath–Whyte once again shows us the importance of learning from the past. She tells the stories of six Reformation wives including Katie Luther, Katharina Zell and Idelette Calvin. She honestly portrays how they endeavoured to live godly lives during this tumultuous period in history.

Get to know the fascinating stories of these six courageous, hard–working wives. Learn from their mistakes and struggles, and be encouraged by their examples.

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Contributors Clare Heath-Whyte
ISBN 9781909611764
Format Paperback
First published September 2014
Dimensions 129mm x 197mm x 12mm
Weight 0.20 kg
Language English
Pages 176
Publisher 10 Publishing
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First Wives Club

Gladys Nash, Evangelical Times, 1 Dec 2014

We can be enlightened and encouraged as we read these accounts of six ordinary women who aimed to live godly lives and put into effect all they were newly learning.... continue reading

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