Women's Interests

Women's Interests

What does it mean to be a woman of God? The books and resources below discuss how to be a Christian woman. Topics included are womanhood and great women of the Bible. 
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  1. Imitation of Christ

    Thomas A Kempis

    $8.95
    It is the hope of the publishers of this new edition of The Imitation of Christ that this treasured little book will become a spur to following the life of Christ to which all are called. Learn More
  2. Getting Lost in God's Love

    Mrs. Dannah Gresh

    $9.00
    Popular author Dannah Gresh encourages young women to become content in their pursuit of God's love instead of seeking attention from men and feelings-driven relationships. Learn More
  3. In Bloom

    Kayla Aimee

    $16.99

    Poignant, laugh-out-loud-funny, a must-read book for any woman who has ever felt like she just doesn't measure up.--Crystal Paine, New YorkTimes best-selling author

    Every woman is intimately acquainted with feelings of insecurity and inadequacy. Whether fueled by a culture of makeover shows, by the lingering memories of mean girls, or by events much more wounding to the soul, we can become so conditioned by self-doubt that it becomes our inner monologue.
    What we want is to be free of shame and comparison, to turn our uncertainty into a bold confidence. But to flourish in our own skin, we first have to rewrite the narrative.
    In this fearless, funny, and refreshingly relatable chronicle of her own metamorphosis from the insecurity that once held her captive, author Kayla Aimee unfolds the blueprint for women to:

    - Identify the deep-seated sources of our assumed inadequacy and replace them with steadfast truths of scriptural affirmation
    - Replace our need for approval with the enduring promise of acceptance
    - Uncover our purpose, unlock our potential, and celebrate the God-given gifts in our unique personality

    To every woman who longs for belonging, this journey through Kayla's inviting prose, biblical promises, and journaling prompts will help guide her from restless insecurity to a beautiful becoming.

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  4. $17.99

    What's a woman to do if her life is not taking shape the way that she thought that it would? What happens when she looks at herself in the mirror, lingering just a little longer than usual and realizes that she no longer recognizes the person staring back at her? What does she do when she sees that, somehow, her life has drifted away from all her original hopes, dreams, or plans?

    Speaker, blogger and writer Chrystal Evans Hurst wrote this book because she was that woman. One day she realized that she had somehow wandered away from the life that she had purposed to live a long time ago.

    Chrystal since discovered that this moment of awareness happens to lots of women at different seasons of their lives. Poor decisions, a lack of intentionality or planning, or a long-term denial of deep hopes and dreams can leave a woman, old or young, reeling from the realization that she is lost, disappointed, or simply numb.

    And she just needs encouragement.

    This woman simply needs someone to hold her hand, to cheer her on, and to believe with her that she is capable of still being the person she intended to be or discovering the girl she never knew was there in the first place.

    Chrystal uses her poignant story of an early and unexpected pregnancy, as well as other raw and vulnerable moments in her life, to let readers know she understands what it's like to try and find your way after some missteps or decisions you didn't plan on. In She's Still There Chrystal emphasizes the importance of the personal process and the beauty of that path as it is shared authentically from one girlfriend to another. It's a book of "me toos," reminders of the hoped for, and challenges for the path ahead--to find direction, purpose, and true satisfaction.

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    A Devotional That Dudes Will Actually Read

    Is there a connection between hairiness and holiness? Some would say a hearty "Yes " In fact, the world is in the middle of a beard mania. Events like Movember and Decembeard are becoming global movements and manly sites are appearing all over the internet. Is this just another fad? And what does it say that so many of the most famous Christian communicators have or did have a beard?

    Throughout history, Christian men have gloried in male pattern magnificence. Saint Benedict of Nursia wore a superb double forker. The benevolently-bushed Euthymius wouldn't allow clean-shaven monks to enter his Judean Desert monastery. St. Francis of Assisi had a beard, and now there's a Pope named after him. He's clean-shaven, but we're praying for him.

    Of all the great Christian men who wore beards, none stands so highly as the headless martyr Sir Thomas More. On the day of his beheading, the tufted knight supposedly positioned his beard away from his soon-to-be-severed neck, saying: "My beard has not been guilty of treason, and it would be an injustice to punish it."

    But of course, Bearded Gospel Men is about far more than beards - it's about manliness and godliness. Through this 31-day devotional, men are inspired to rise to a higher calling. The humor and facial hair is the perfect means to have a broader conversation about living a faithful life.

    So, let's study some of these famous Bearded Gospel Men

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    Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God: Sermons of Jonathan Edwards by Jonathan Edwards. Jonathan Edwards was an American revivalist preacher, philosopher, and Congregationalist Protestant theologian. Like most of the Puritans, he held to the Reformed theology. His colonial followers later distinguished themselves from other Congregationalists as "New Lights" (endorsing the Great Awakening), as opposed to "Old Lights" (non-revivalists). Edwards is widely regarded as "one of America's most important and original philosophical theologians." Edwards' theological work is broad in scope, but he was rooted in Reformed theology, the metaphysics of theological determinism, and the Puritan heritage. In this verse is threatened the vengeance of God on the wicked unbelieving Israelites, that were God's visible people, and lived under means of grace; and that notwithstanding all God's wonderful works that he had wrought towards that people, yet remained, as is expressed verse 28, void of counsel, having no understanding in them; and that, under all the cultivations of heaven, brought forth bitter and poisonous fruit; as in the two verses next preceding the text. Learn More
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    Go deeper into the truths of Lies Young Women Believe.

    So you've read Lies Young Women Believe, but you want help internalizing its truths and applying them to your life? This companion guide contains questions and activities to help you do just that...

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    Insecurity is easily the most pervasive struggle of women in America today. We have more ways than ever to compare ourselves to others--who are all prettier, thinner, smarter, more successful, and more put together than we are--and our sense of self-worth takes a serious beating on an almost daily basis. We're tired of simply commiserating with writers and bloggers who share their own struggles--we want real, workable solutions about how to find peace with ourselves.

    This is what professional Christian counselor Donna Gibbs gives women with Silencing Insecurity. Drawing from her twenty years of experience counseling women, she exposes the many lies that produce insecurities in us starting from a young age, the result of letting those insecurities get the best of us, and, most importantly, the way out of insecurity--for good. Anyone who is tired of letting insecurity snatch away the joy from her life will welcome this practical and freeing book. Learn More

  9. $6.99
    How does a Christian get into a situation in which choosing abortion seems reasonable? How can an abortion effect a person's life over the long haul? Joni unpacks her story in brutal honesty beginning with her happy childhood in a conservative Christian home, then delves into the uncertainties of unwed pregnancy as a young adult, humiliating judgment from the church, and the darkness of abortion. She peels back the myriad of layers of her experience that contributed to and influenced her in choosing abortion. As her life unfolds, Joni experiences anger, depression, loss of identity, and suicidal thoughts. Her childhood dream of marriage and family turns sour as she struggles to bond with her firstborn and ends up with two divorces. She had no idea about the traumatic effects of abortion until her life began to unravel. But where does one go for help with such shame? It must be kept a secret at all cost. Joni's story spirals through complications and dangerous despair, weaving in the whys and processing through the hows. The story continues as Joni experiences an awakening of hope and discovers that God's grace is big enough even for her. As the grief over her loss begins to heal, she invites others to join her on a healing journey. She shares stories of others whose lives were also devastated by abortion but likewise discovered profound healing. Joni Williams Shepherd leaves us with insight from her years of church experience in which abortion is rarely mentioned while life after life is traumatized by it inside Christianity. Joni finishes her story with a challenge to all of us that abortion debacle in the church is not too big for God. Everyone from pastor to lay person can become proactive in healing the wounds and running interference to prevent the future tragedy of abortion in the church.If you can relate to Christianity in any way, this book will inspire you. If you can relate to abortion in any way, this book will give you hope.NOTE: The stories in this book were extracted and expounded upon from Why Can't We Say the "A" Word in Church? Overcoming Our Dirtiest Secret with Hope and Grace which also contains the information about The Scenario of abortion and its ensuing trauma in the US and the world, The Dilemma the church faces in addressing abortion, and The Remedy for how to address abortion in the church comprehensively and with compassion.110 pages. Learn More
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    How to invite God to step in and break the cycle of dysfunction

    Elizabeth Oates is no stranger to a dysfunctional family. She may look like the quintessential soccer mom now, but her childhood was full of uncertainty, abandonment, and many very dark days. Without a positive role model, an emotionally stable family member, or a consistent community, she had to forge her way ahead just to survive...

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