Naked Fruit by Elisa Morgan
Getting Honest about the Fruit of the Spirit

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Fruit is the evidence that a plant has been firmly rooted and nurtured, and spiritual fruit is produced when we're rooted in God. But, as Elisa Morgan emphatically states, the fruit of the Spirit is not just about "being nice." It's about God's fruit being expressed in your own unique personality, a concept that frees women to reject superficial standards and embrace a life of producing the kind of fruit God likes. So, the author tells readers, "strip off the nice and get naked." With a fun, fresh style of writing, Morgan thoroughly explores all the fruits of the Spirit and offers new twists on these sometimes over-worn and misinterpreted concepts. Thought-provoking questions at the end of each chapter give readers ways to evaluate their spiritual growth and get down to the business of growing. Women's ministry groups, fans of Elisa Morgan, and women everywhere will embrace this life-changing book. About MOPS International: MOPS International, Inc., is a nonprofit Christian ministry that provides mothers of preschoolers with relationships and resources they need to be the best moms they can be. MOPS resources include MOMSense magazine and daily radio broadcast and the MOPS website at www.MOPS.org.
 

About Elisa Morgan

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Elisa Morgan is President Emerita of MOPS International, Inc., based in Denver, Colorado. She is the author, editor, or coauthor of numerous books, including Twinkle, Naked Fruit; Mom, You Make a Difference! Mom s Devotional Bible; What Every Mom Needs; What Every Child Needs; and Real Moms. Elisa has two children, and a grandchild, and lives with her husband, Evan, in Centennial, Colorado.
 
Published September 1, 2004 by Revell. 176 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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