Being a Woman

“What is the true meaning of being a woman?” The heart of a woman screams for romance and beauty, to be free to love extravagantly and to live intentionally. Should she be a 1950’s housewife or the leader of a nation? Most women, especially Christian women, are rather confused about this whole subject. A great deal has been written on this subject, all with conflicting conclusions, leaving women not sure of what is true anymore. The Being a Woman book is a refreshing where we have taken certain Bible verses and pulled them apart at our weekly Girl’s Nights. We have delved into the Bible to find the truth and only the truth, nothing but the truth! Each chapter includes a study guide which can be used for self study or for small group study. Our Girl’s Night group has taken the bold steps of answering these questions too and included our unashamed, honest, exposed answers at the end of each chapter. An inspiring read on being a woman with lively discussion  – it’s NOT at all what you might think.

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Contents:

Invitation
The Five Stages of Being a Woman

Being a Woman
      In the Image of God
      With Sure Identity
      With Beautiful Contrasts
      With Purpose
      With Endurance
      That Needs to be Needed
      Who is Free
      Who is Not Ashamed
      Who Listens

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Study Notes:
For small group study, printable PDF notes and worksheets are available for each chapter at £1.20 per chapter.  Once you have purchased the PDF’s you are welcome to print off as many copies as you need.  These notes offer thought provoking conversation guides that will guarantee a lively women’s study group.

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  • Cheryn says:

    Ladies – this book is a must-buy. Being a Christian woman in this day and age is not easy – there are often questions I have and struggles that I face, and this book addresses these things. It explores the issues we face as being women, particularly Christian women, in the 21st century. I just love the fact that the book follows a group of women – real women (not the women the media say we should be) – as they explore all the different issues we all face in our every day lives. Whatever our background and make up we are all women at the end of the day and there are certain issues we all face. I also love the fact that we as readers, are invited to partake in their discussions throughout the book as there are questions for us to answer as we explore our own thoughts, feelings and struggles and compare them with theirs to share ideas. I love it, love it, love it! Great tool to use as a self or group study as well x

  • Eric says:

    From a man's perspective I found this book valuable in understanding women better. Not only the role of a woman but also the heart. A must read for husbands as well as men who are seeking to draw the best out of the women in their world. Understanding the role of a woman could significantly change your life and the lives of the women around you. Being a Woman is very practical with applicable suggestions that will challenge men and women alike. Much to my surprise I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

  • Lorah Kelly says:

    I can't wait for this book to come out! I've enjoyed the girls nights so much, I have learnt so much over this last year with the girls 😀 Im excited to share our journey with girls all over the world 😀 xxx

  • GraceinAZ says:

    I would very much like to review your books for you. Your subjects of a great interest to me. My blog is Growing Old With Grace http://growing-old-with-grace.blogspot.com/

  • GraceinAZ says:

    The author, her daughter, and three other women took on this subject during their King's Daughters Girls Nights. Through the course of a year they applied verses of the Bible to their lives as women, asked themselves tough questions, and answered from their hearts – questions concerning the real meaning of being a woman in the 21st Century. This is not only a journey they took, but one the reader finds herself taking as well.

    It was evident by the replies to the questions that these four women were feeling conviction, fear, joy, tears, and unabashed love for Jesus. Their spiritual growth was clear and I felt as if I was right there in the room with them. The subject is is an in depth look at how God expects us to be as women – to be beautiful, not because we wear designer clothing, or have plastic surgery, but from the inside out. The questions and answers help us to know how we can strive to achieve that.

    When I requested a review copy of this book I wasn't sure what to expect, but I thought I would probably learn something along the way. What I didn't expect was the soul-searching I would find myself doing and the baggage that I found hidden in my heart. I would highly recommend this book to every woman I know. It would also be a good guide for a home study.