by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
Cynthia Tobias is well-known for her speaking and writing about learning styles, as well as parenting/teaching strong-willed children. Her latest book, A Woman of Strength and Purpose, is written for those she calls “Strong Willed Women” or (SWW). She includes a checklist in the book to see how you rate on the strong-will scale, but in general, she’s writing to women who are filled with passion and determination, who “meet the world head-on, undeterred by those who say something can’t be done.”
Her book is a quick and easy read and focuses on tips for transforming a strong will into a passionate pursuit of Christ’s purposes. She writes about living all out for God, relinquishing self-sufficiency, controlling our tongues, and leading with integrity. Tobias also shares chapters on marriage and parenting to apply the lessons to relationships in the home. The book concludes with discussion questions that could be used by individuals or small groups who want to dig deeper and more personally into the book content.
One of the issues Tobias writes about is how many strong-willed women have felt trapped by stereotypes and condescending restrictions, especially within ministry and the church. They often don’t know of other strong-willed women who can mentor them or set an example for them. Throughout the book, Tobias helps meet that need by providing profiles of real strong-willed Women and their journeys with Christ. She also includes a chapter on mentoring a new generation of women who will follow God with abandon, with passion, and with determination.
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