She’s Got Issues DVD Curriculum
Nicole Unice’s book “She’s Got Issues: seriously good news for stressed-out secretly scared control freaks like us” was released in April 2012. Now the study can be used in a group thanks to the release of the DVD curriculum. Like the book, the DVD curriculum addresses 5 issues that most women face in their lives:
I was especially impressed by Nicole’s sense of humor in both the book and DVD curriculum. Let’s face it: ‘issues’ can be heavy stuff to deal with. It’s pretty easy to get down on ourselves and become discouraged. A little comic relief is a welcome addition to the process of self-examination! Nicole shows us ways to allow Christ to heal our issues.
The DVD curriculum allows women to come together to encourage one another as we battle the traps we all find ourselves ensnared in from time to time. Through personal assessment and self evaluations, women can share the strength that comes only through Christ’s power to transform our lives.
Total running time: Approx. 160 minutes
Christian counselor, ministry leader, and regular mom Nicole Unice shines on video in this inspiring seven-session She’s Got Issues DVD Curriculum—perfect for churches and small groups. As she does in the book, Nicole talks candidly about how the everyday issues that drive you crazy affect you . . . and why you don’t have to settle for letting them win. Some days living up to the whole good-Christian image seems impossible. You do the right things (well, most of the time), but you just don’t feel changed by your faith. Deep down, you’re still dealing with the ordinary struggles—control, insecurity, comparison, fear, anger, and unforgiveness—that hold you back from living free and loving well. The good news? You don’t have to “fix” yourself. You have access to the power of Christ. His power can transform your everyday weaknesses into your greatest strengths and gifts. (Curriculum includes leader’s guide and group handouts.)
**I received a complimentary copy of the book for review purposes from Tyndale House. The opinions expressed are solely my own.**