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By Nancy Wilson / Canon Press / 1997–2006
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What does Godly womanhood look like? What does the Bible say about women? And how should women relate to their husbands and families? Recent decades have seen intense debate over the roles of women in society, in the church, and in the home. Both inside and outside the church, the subjects of submission, motherhood, and the roles of women have elicited sharp criticism and deep antagonism.
In the Nancy Wilson Collection (3 Vols.), Wilson rises above the fray to explore biblical femininity—from the perspective of a mother and a pastor’s wife. In a refreshing and sensible tone, she tells stories from her own life and cites biblical notions of womanhood to illustrate the role of a Godly wife. With honesty and warmth, she offers practical wisdom for both husbands and wives, along with the pastors who counsel them.
Nancy Wilson is a pastor’s wife and homemaker in Moscow, Idaho. She is the author of numerous books, and writes a column for women in Credenda/Agenda magazine. She and her husband, Douglas, have three grown children.