The Unsupervised Woman

Even Good Women Need Supervision

Clark, Renee
Mazzapica, Frank
Frank Mazzapica

Whitaker House (publisher)

Would you give up your dirty little secret in exchange for personal wholeness?  The Unsupervised Woman is for Christian women—even “good” women—who struggle in their self-worth, identity, and God-ordained roles. Frank Mazzapica presents penetrating insights into the pitfalls and destructive behaviors that women choose and live with, often in secret, in order to cling to behaviors that are unacceptable, yet somehow seem exciting. Pornography, serial marriages, shoplifting, extra-marital affairs, even jealousy of their own daughters—these are the by-products of life without accountability. Read this book and realize the benefits of “supervision” and accountability.   “This book hits hard with truth. It pushes you to the edge but, with grace and guts, challenges you to be changed. As you turn the pages, you will find that the good news in here is an antidote to the dilemma of being The Unsupervised Woman. I recommend you read and discover.”—Renee Clark, Founding pastor, Trinity Church of Southeast Texas, President, Redeeming Pink International  

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