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Living In a Man's World



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By Bonita Joyner Shields

ISBN: 9780828027205 | 94 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2013

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“What is it that makes both men and women think that in order to be equal, they must deny that any differences between them exist?”

No one will argue that men and women approach life differently. Shields uses her life experiences to take a thoughtful, biblical, and often humorous approach to addressing some of these differences, helping men and women embrace them, and building a bridge in the dialogue between the genders. She also includes questions at the end of each chapter to facilitate that dialogue.

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“What is it that makes both men and women think that in order to be equal, they must deny that any differences between them exist?”

No one will argue that men and women approach life differently. Shields uses her life experiences to take a thoughtful, biblical, and often humorous approach to addressing some of these differences, helping men and women embrace them, and building a bridge in the dialogue between the genders. She also includes questions at the end of each chapter to facilitate that dialogue.

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Title Alpha Living In a Man's World: Lessons I’ve Learned (and Even Some I Haven’t) by Bonita Shields
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Living in a Man’s World contains valuable insights with which I can personally identify. Very tricky of her to write a book about the female experience from a distinctly feminine perspective, and in a feminine voice to pound home in many of the lessons learned how much of our common thread of human experience has no real gender. - Tom Wetmore, Attorney

I appreciated the non-male-bashing dialogue in Living in a Man’s World! It makes the book easy for both genders to read, even read together. - Khelsea Bauer, University Student

While Living in a Man’s World is not primarily about women in ministry, it serves to advance that conversation. After reading it, you will know and understand more about God's calling of women. Living in a Man’s World is loving and balanced and biblical. - Tim Lale, Writer and Editor

Living in a Man’s World is fantastic! It’s very easy to read, and I loved the flow between the chapters. . . . I do believe this book will help the gender relationships in the church. - Jennifer Deans, Pastor

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ENDORSEMENTS:

Living in a Man’s World contains valuable insights with which I can personally identify. Very tricky of her to write a book about the female experience from a distinctly feminine perspective, and in a feminine voice to pound home in many of the lessons learned how much of our common thread of human experience has no real gender. - Tom Wetmore, Attorney

I appreciated the non-male-bashing dialogue in Living in a Man’s World! It makes the book easy for both genders to read, even read together. - Khelsea Bauer, University Student

While Living in a Man’s World is not primarily about women in ministry, it serves to advance that conversation. After reading it, you will know and understand more about God's calling of women. Living in a Man’s World is loving and balanced and biblical. - Tim Lale, Writer and Editor

Living in a Man’s World is fantastic! It’s very easy to read, and I loved the flow between the chapters. . . . I do believe this book will help the gender relationships in the church. - Jennifer Deans, Pastor

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Bonita Joyner Shields


Bonita Joyner Shields, M.A., has served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for almost 20 years as a pastor, writer, and editor. She was the first female associate pastor of the Spencerville Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland. Shields currently serves as an editor and assistant director for discipleship in the Sabbath School and Personal Ministries Department of the church’s world headquarters. She lives with her husband, Roy, mother, Guin, and cat, Smokey, in Brookeville, Maryland.