Book Review:The Fabric of a Woman by Pamela Hines

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By Pamela Hines / Whitaker House

About the Author

In in 1982, Pamela M. Hines began her ministry shortly after her husband, Darrell L. Hines, was tragically struck by lightning. She is co-founder of Dominion Fellowship, an outreach ministry encircling a wide range of races and religious backgrounds, catering to the special needs of husband-wife ministry teams. She offers practical messages and encourages all to take the challenge to become all that God wants us to be.

The Fabric of a Woman

Become the woman that God designed you to be!

Pamela M. Hines author of A Wife’s Prayer published back in 2007, has just released her latest book titled The Fabric of a Woman: Investing in You – Body, Soul and Spirit. How many of you are so wrapped up in the day to day activities of life that you forget to take care of yourselves? I mean really take care of yourself. I often fall into this category myself.

Pamela shares with us that we have been “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:1). We have been crafted by the loving Creator God, who provided each of us with spectacular sets of attributes, skills and talents that compose the fabric of our lives. We are much like beautiful and delicate natural fabrics in how we live, move, breathe, and grow.

My Thoughts:

I much enjoyed reading “The Fabric of a Woman” by author Pamela Hines and am highly considering reading her other title “A Wife’s Prayer” when I have the time.  First I’d like to mention that this book is not what I expected in least bit. I expected a book full of scripture and testimonies from the author’s life as well as from people she knows. Those things were added into this book but along side there were a few refreshing chapters on how to take care of ourselves as woman, not just spiritually but physically as well.

I think it’s so important to take of our outer appearance as well as the inner. As a mother I can relate to neglecting myself as trying to see that everything and everyone gets taken care  before myself. Too often you’ll find my hair a mess, my clothes stained with lord knows what, and those bags under my eyes looking pretty dark. Pamela puts this all into perspective in ways you can easily take steps to becoming the woman got has created you to be.

I will definitely be reading this book again because I got so much out of it and there’s even more I want to take to heart and share with other woman around me. I recommend this book to all women both young and old. If there’s one book you don’t want to miss out on reading this year, it’s this one.

You can purchase this book at Christian Book for $9.99!