Book Review: Spiritual Warfare for Women

Women everywhere are succumbing to the tactics of an enemy who has already been defeated, while others are fighting a fierce battle. Why is this happening? Is there an insider secret that some women are not privy to? Leighann McCoy’s newest book Spiritual Warfare for Women is an armory of spiritual truth aimed at equipping women of God to fight for what they love most—their marriage, their children, their family, and their friends.

McCoy begins with an introduction to the most powerful weapon a woman can wield—the love of God. She also exposes the real enemy, Satan, for who he is. The author goes on to address the targets the enemy’s fiery darts aim at. Lastly, McCoy teaches women where they can find their true identity and how to defeat the enemy.

Leighann McCoy isn’t a leader standing back from the crossfire pointing the way; she’s a battle-bruised soldier walking through the trenches, mobilizing countless women almost petrified in a state of fear and anxiety. She shares her own personal experiences, including a cancer diagnosis, as someone who was fighting the enemy as she was writing the book. Some woman may be thought of as the weaker vessel physically, but their strength for spiritual battle is unmatched when their prayer life is fueled with faith and their eyes opened to biblical truth.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the above mentioned book for review from Bethany House. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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2 comments

  1. Hi Ibbi. I just wanted to say that I love your review, and thank God for your boldness to identify our true enemy, Satan. He takes many forms, many of which are designed spefically to demean women. Ms. Leighann McCoy is not afraid to keep a true and real perspective about the spiritual warfare that we as Christian women must wage.

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