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Katie Brazelton, PhD, MDiv, MA, is a Life Coach and author of the bestselling Pathway to Purpose for Women and its companion books with 420 thousand copies in print: Praying for Purpose; Conversations on Purpose; and Character Makeover: 40 Days with a Life Coach to Create the Best You. For years, Dr. Brazelton was a Licensed Minister at the purpose driven Saddleback Church. Today, she is a professor at Rockbridge Seminary and founder of Life Purpose Coaching Centers International(R), pursuing her dream of opening 200 Centers globally. She trains Christian men and women worldwide (via online and onsite classes that are certified by the International Association of Continuing Education Training) to become Life Purpose Coach(R) professionals. She lives in southern California near her two grown children, daughter-in-law, and grandsons. Katie Brazelton, doctora en Filosofia, es ministro del equipo de la iglesia Saddleback, donde ha ayudado a las mujeres a descubrir su ministerio y su mision en la vida. Ha servido como Directora del Seminario de Saddleback y como facilitadora certificada del LifePlan desde 1995. Katie posee un doctorado en Filosofia y Conducta Humana y Liderazgo, una licenciatura en Teologia, en Administracion Educacional y otra en Ingles. Es parte del equipo administrativo del Seminario Teologico Bautista Golden Gate y reside en Santa Margarita, California.
Brazelton, who works with Rick Warren as director of women's Bible studies at Saddleback Church, has spent years helping women discover their life purpose. She pours her passion into this book, designed to help women find meaning in life. While each chapter focuses on another stepping stone in the journey to purpose, there are several overarching themes: every daily task is part of God's purpose; ultimate meaning requires obedience and complete surrender to God, and God has a vision for each woman's life. Brazelton's aim is to get every reader to find this vision, this personalized way of leading people from emptiness to surrender to significance in Christ. A vision should be big: a highly amplified life calling and focused destiny. However, Brazelton offers little biblical foundation for the idea that every woman should expected to seek the same kind of vision that Sarah, Deborah or Esther received. Thus, Brazelton may end up creating disillusionment where she hoped to resolve it. However, many readers are sure to enjoy her friendliness and vulnerability, and welcome her advice from years of experience guiding women. (Apr.) Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.