Books We Recommend:

Books For Women

Because I am a husband, I try to read at least the occasional book that is meant to encourage or equip my wife. Here are some of the best of the books I’ve read for women.

Glimpses of Grace by Gloria Furman

The big question Furman explores is simply this: How does the gospel change the way a woman lives out her calling as a homemaker?

Fierce Women by Kimberly Wagner

Wagner’s concern is for women to embrace their “fierce” qualities and to use them for God’s glory instead of for destructive ends.

Desperate by Sally Clarkson & Sarah Mae

This one is written especially for the mother of young children.

Women’s Ministry in the Local Church by Ligon Duncan & Susan Hunt

Duncan and Hunt focus specifically on the unique opportunities women have to serve in the life of the local church.

Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin

Jen writes to women and encourages them to be women of the Word.

True Woman 101 by Mary Kassian and Nancy Leigh DeMoss

A helpful workbook-style introduction to biblical womanhood.

True Beauty by Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre

Looks at the always-difficult subject of beauty.

Purity Is Possible by Helen Thorne

Written for women, this book addresses the issues of pornography, fantasy and erotica from a female perspective.