An Event with
Lisa Arnold, author of
For Sanity’s Sake
moderate to severe symptoms of perimenopause. Anxiety, fuzzy-brain, fatigue,
and headaches are only some of the symptoms plaguing menopausal women. With
such menacing symptoms, concentration on long, drawn out Bible Studies is
often impossible. Many women feel guilty and often force themselves to
muddle through, gaining nothing but frustration from the experience.
Each devotion is designed to help women cope spiritually and emotionally
with daily hormonal fluctuations and distractions. Women struggling with
severe hormonal imbalances often struggle with deciphering the right or
wrong of their emotions. Even when they know the right or wrong of them,
their extreme emotional state makes it difficult to always choose God's way.
Everything women need to persevere through menopause is provided through the
power of the Holy Spirit and it is imperative that women learn how to launch
a counter attack against their fleshly emotions. "For Sanity's Sake"
provides that added spiritual boost needed to fight and ultimately win each
Through personal experiences, experiences of other women (and men), and
Bible characters, women come to a realization that they are not alone in
their menopausal struggles and that the best years of their lives are yet to
Lisa S Arnold is an author, speaker, pastor's wife, mother of 8,
grandmother of 14, foster mother, home schooling mom, and menopause
sufferer. She and her husband Duane have served at the Southport Baptist
Church in Elmira, New York for the past eighteen years. They also have
served in Illinois and Pennsylvania. Lisa ministers to women through group
counseling Bible Studies and through individual counseling. She writes most
of her counseling material. Throughout her years in ministry, she has
written musical plays and composed songs which she has performed. She is a
gifted singer and regularly sings special music in church services.
Lisa wrote "For Sanity's Sake" as she puts it, "for her own survival." When
her menopausal symptoms began in her early 30's, even her doctors thought
she was imagining it. She searched for long-term devotionals to help her
through her struggles and could find none, so she decided to write her own.
It is her hope that these devotions encourage and strengthen you as they did
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