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About Foolproofing Your Life

The world is filled with difficult people. It is impossible to avoid them. (You may have one, in particular, in your life right now.) In dealing with such people, we often try a number of coping strategies. Unfortunately, our best attempts at making peace often fail. This is because the difficult people in our lives are often what the Bible calls "fools." And dealing with fools requires a special kind of biblical wisdom.

You've tried everything–from confrontation to passivity. You've found out what doesn't work; now discover what does. Gain the tools you need to get along with others and conduct your relationships in a manner that honors God–and preserves your sanity!–in Foolproofing Your Life: Wisdom for Untangling Your Most Difficult Relationships. Learn how new insights from the book of Proverbs can help you respond to those relationships that seem hard to untangle.

About Jan Silvious

Jan Silvious is the co-host (with Kay Arthur) of Precept Ministries' national radio program, "Precept Live with Kay and Jan." She is also a counselor and popular keynote speaker at church and women's events. Jan has authored several books, including The Five-Minute Devotional and Please Don't Say You Need Me: Biblical Answers for Co-Dependency. She is a frequent guest host on Moody Broadcasting Network's national programs, "Mid-Day Connection" and "Open Line." A graduate of Radford University in Radford, Virginia, Jan today lives in TN with her husband and has three grown sons.

Product Details

240 pages | Published by WaterBrook

On Sale Date: Sep 15, 2009

Trim Size: 5-3/16 x 8

Carton Quantity: 24

By Scott Asher

Jan Silvious is a good friend and co-host with Kay Arthur with Precept's Ministry. She's an accomplished speaker and author. With credentials like this one would think she wouldn't be published as a gift / budget book, but she is with Fool-Proofing Your Life. Priced at $6.99 (suggested) the book sports colorful if generic artwork on the cover and paper one step better than newspaper quality. If Silvious isn't a name you recognize it is...

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