Last month I read 'I Wanna be a Woman of God' by Beth Redman. It is a 120 page book written for women and teenage girls (sorry gentlemen!).
The book is designed to affirm and encourage young women in their relationship with God and other people.
Some of the chapters in this book cover topics such as: 'I wanna be a woman of God', 'I wanna know I'm wanted', 'I wanna know who I am', 'I wanna break the cycle' and 'I wanna have a 'big life'!'.
Beth tells stories from her own life as examples, Mary Pytches has written the foreword, Irene Brooks has written a section about overcoming bad habits and addictions and there are a few pages about Nancy Alcorn and Mother Teresa.
So many books for young women based on this kind of subject matter are written in the States by American women, so to read a British, UK-based, book like this was really refreshing for me. I also found it to be quite a noisy read, as I often found myself murmuring in agreement with what was written! Apologies to my family if I was disturbing!
- SOPHIE xx
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'And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.' - Micah 6:8, NIV
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- SOPHIE xx