Audacious by Beth Moore
Bold is just not enough to describe this book by Beth Moore. It is down right audacious. If you are in search of something that will give you encouragement, wisdom and strength as not only a woman but a child of God look no further. Beth breaks down barriers of fear and limits formed by our insecurities with the word of God and practical application that is sure to enrich your life, remind you of your purpose, exercise the power you have in Christ and release you to walk out your faith audaciously.
Things A Little Bird Told Me by Biz Stone
Looking for a bit of inspiration and encouragement Biz Stone has just what you need. Funny, encouraging and inspirational Biz takes you on his adventure from being a visionary from Boston to co-founder of one of the largest and renowned social media platforms in the world Twitter.com. By taking risk, making his own opportunities and never giving up Stone shares the invaluable lessons he has learned along the way to living out his dreams and much more than he ever imagined!
Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur
What Is Your Self-Worth?: A Woman’s Guide to Validation by Cheryl Saban, Ph.D
When you think about your worth what do you see? When you know who you are and what you are worth your whole world and your place in it completely changes. Dr. Saban delves into the many contradictions and flaws society place on women and the damaging habits and beliefes women have of themselves. This book challenges the reader to assess and grow using personalized quizzes, interactive tasks and through personal testimonies to get down to the heart of who you really are, discover what you were created for and how to correctly view yourself and others for all you are really worth!
Rooted: The Hidden Places Where God Develops You by Banning Liebscher
God has purpose and calling on all of our lives. He is constantly pruning, strengthening and equipping us with all we need in order to effectively live out that calling. Rooted is a great book that walks you through a period of preparedness and solitude with God where He can develop and mature us in character and in faith. Whether it’s a calling to ministry, leadership, motherhood, discipleship or something else, it is imperative to be rooted deeply in Christ, walking in obedience with the word of God and remain in fellowship with His Holy Spirit if we are going to be successful, triumphant and bold despite the storms of life that may blow along the way.