Dive into 40 captivating stories of history’s greatest women whom God used to change the course of time and the lives of those around them.
In 40 Unstoppable Women, author Harold Sala paints portraits of forty Christian women who were used by God to change the lives of the people around them. This book will inspire Christians and help them discover the path for their own lives. Stories told in this book include:
- Joni Eareckson Tada
- Corrie ten Boom
- Susanna Wesley
- Mother Theresa
- Elisabeth Elliot
- Amy Carmichael
- Rosa Parks
- and many more
These women’s lives span thousands of years and several professions, challenging readers with the truth that God can work in and through anyone willing to serve him—even in the face of poverty, hardship, or disability. Sala features women who had an appointment with destiny and served others at great personal cost; he hopes their examples inspire others to make a difference, one person at a time.
3 Key Features of 40 Unstoppable Women
- Concise and In Depth: Each chapter gives an overview of one woman’s life and ministry, highlighting how her faith enabled her to persevere through difficult circumstances and serve God with her particular calling.
- Personal Reflections: At the end of every chapter is a “Take-away Thought” asking readers to reflect on what they have learned from the story and how these lessons are applicable to their own lives.
- Practical Applications: Includes tips to help the reader discover the path for their own life.
Paperback, 192 pages, 5.25 x 8.5 inches, ISBN 9781628629651, eBook available.
About the Author
Harold J. Sala holds a PhD in English Bible and has completed graduate studies at the University of Southern California, Fuller Seminary, Denver Seminary, Winona Lake School of Theology, and California Baptist Seminary. He is an internationally well-known speaker, author, and Bible teacher, and he has served as founder and president of Guidelines International, Inc. since 1963.