The Resolution for Women

The Resolution for Women With Everything You Have to Do Have You Taken The Time to Decide Who You Want to Be From best selling author and speaker Priscilla Shirer in partnership with the creators of The Love Dare challeng

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With Everything You Have to Do, Have You Taken The Time to Decide Who You Want to Be From best selling author and speaker, Priscilla Shirer, in partnership with the creators of The Love Dare, challenges all women in The Resolution for Women to be intentional about embracing and thriving in God s beautiful and eternal calling on their lives Layered with biblical truth andWith Everything You Have to Do, Have You Taken The Time to Decide Who You Want to Be From best selling author and speaker, Priscilla Shirer, in partnership with the creators of The Love Dare, challenges all women in The Resolution for Women to be intentional about embracing and thriving in God s beautiful and eternal calling on their lives Layered with biblical truth and seasoned with daily encouragement, this book will inspire the woman you see in the mirror to trust God s perfect plan for her life, resolving to become purposefully feminine, surprisingly satisfied, and faithfully His Shirer explains how today s women can and should live out their own resolution It is a defining banner that hangs over your life, written in the ink of your own choices A woman s banner should be an accurate reflection of who she desires to be someone completely Christ centered who blesses and changes things in her world for the better Written in partnership with the movie Courageous and Stephen and Alex Kendrick s book, The Resolution for Men, it is designed to inspire a revolution.
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  • Holyn says:

    I read this for a Bible study through my class at church. At first I was extremely skeptical as I anticipated the author would present antiquated notions as to how women are to behave and be 'lesser' than the men in their livesl backed by scripture. I am happy to say I was proven wrong.The Resolution for Women focuses on how women are to be present, committed, and focused in their lives today. How we are responsible for the welfare of our families and community not only because we are women but [...]

  • Darlene says:

    Like The Resolution for Men, I'm declaring this book an absolute must read for women and young women. Today's culture has completely muddied the definitions of husband and wife, father and mother, which are completely contrary to the definitions the Bible lays out. As Christian moms and wives, we need to have these boundaries between the culture's definition and God's definition clearly set apart from one another--and choose to follow and implement and live out God's.When we start making up our [...]

  • Sarah Abbott Dowlin says:

    This book was such a huge amazing help. My husband has been reading the men's version so I challenged myself. I was happy to see I was doing good in a few and I was glad I read it with an open mind and heart. God helped me learn so many things and I felt wiser upon completion and I am looking forward to reading it again and to continue to grow and be the best wife, mother, daughter, and follower of Christ I can be. I am definitely going to look up some of the other works by this author!

  • Stephanie says:

    After much tossing back and forth from 4 to 5 stars, I feel I have to give this book 5 stars. A few months ago, I happened to pick this book up as a promotional item. It looked interesting and the reference to "Courageous" drew me in. I had no idea what to expect, but the writing suited my current lifestyle. After just finishing up the book, I am amazed and excited at how this book has caused me to re-evaluate the way I think about some things in my life. So much to the point that I think it wil [...]

  • Christina says:

    I was expecting this book to be a bit superficial because it was commissioned by a movie. I also had low expectations for the depth of the writing since it is covering so many different topics. I was wrong on both counts. This is excellent insightful material, great for a small group study (our community group women are reading this together for our summer book group). I've never read anything by Priscilla Shirer before, and her writing is fresh and thought-provoking. There is a lot of wisdom he [...]

  • Magda Werneke says:

    I enjoyed this book. I wasn't necessarily into the whore signing resolutions thing, but it teaches a lot about life and a relationship with God. It helps you see differences between you and your spouse and helps see what changes to make when raising a child.

  • Karla Seals says:

    I read this book as part of a bible study through my church. Shirer combined personal stories with biblical principles and scriptures that make it clear the bible is relevant for all of us today. Each resolution is broken into subchapters, with questions following each, for the reader to discover how that specific resolution has or can be lived out. GREAT discussion topics for a study group or book club. I intend to go back thru each resolution in my own to dig into each a bit deeper.

  • Tanya Baker says:

    So far, I love this book. Priscilla Shirer teaches with a fresh voice from a solid biblical foundation. Very inspiring and simultaneously refreshing.

  • Sarah says:

    Excellent book/study! Looks of things I related too and want to work on. Definitely a book I will be going back to frequently.

  • Sharon Hughson says:

    This book earns 4.4 out of five stars from me.As part of my new year goals, I decided to read a chapter (or segment) of inspirational or motivational nonfiction before bed at least five out of seven nights. This represents the first inspirational book chosen for that purpose this year. I love the tiny segments each part of the resolution is divided into. It makes for a perfect reading and reflection length in the evenings. I scrawled several pages worth of notes and introspection during this qui [...]

  • Debby says:

    This is not just a book, but can also be your personal resolution. If you strive to be the best Christian woman you can be, this book is for you. Priscilla Shirer was asked to write this book due to the demand following the The Resolution for Men and I must say, she did an outstanding job.After "The War Room" I was left wanting more, which led me to "Fervent" by Priscilla Shirer. I couldn't wait to get home each day and read it. I was struck by the need to reach out to the following generation o [...]

  • Megan says:

    I got through about three chapters before I had to put it down. I like Shirer's book about fervent prayer and thought I'd like this as well. Some of her views and mine don't ally and I just got too stuck on that to be able to sit and consider the good points she was making. Perhaps I'll try again some day though I doubt it.

  • Brittany White says:

    I really enjoyed this book! Very motivating!

  • Lynn Dove says:

    “Written in partnership with Sherwood Pictures’ upcoming film, COURAGEOUS, in The Resolution for Women, popular speaker and author Priscilla Shirer challenges all women to be intentional about embracing and thriving in God’s beautiful and eternal calling on their lives.Like the men in the movie who resolve to fully accept their responsibilities before God, Shirer explains how today’s women can and should live out their own resolution. It is “a defining banner that hangs over your life, [...]

  • Debra Ham says:

    Lots of great information to challenge you to become a better woman of God. there were many things that made me think and consider integrating into my daily life. I would like to read it again and spend more time on each section. This would be a great book to read over the course of the year to put the information into greater practice.

  • Racheal Gironda says:

    I LOVED this book! It is a great reminder of good truths!

  • Audrey says:

    This is an excellent book, although the title is somewhat misleading. This is not a book about New Year’s resolutions for women, or about self-help resolutions for women to lead more purposeful lives. Rather, it’s about making soul commitments to Jesus Christ with a purposeful inner resolve to surrender daily to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, allowing him to do his transforming work within one’s life from the inside out.Priscilla offers many examples from her own life, as well as from the l [...]

  • Sarah says:

    I really liked certain part of this book and didn't care for others. Some of the parts I liked: the vague but empowering encouragement in parenting and loving our kids, a recognition that not everyone's life will include marriage and/or children, the section on Sabbath Rest and appreciating the day we are in that I read on exactly the perfect day when I needed to hear it. The part I didn't like: mainly the section on "Living with Grace." The reason I didn't like it was because, in contrast to Ri [...]

  • Tonya says:

    A book to read, a book to reread and a book to recommend. Run out and get this book as soon as you can! Without a doubt, a book that will forever change your heart and mind. What would be even more awesome is if a ladies church group read it together and kept each other accountable! What a blessing they would be to themselves, their families and their churches. Which would reach others no doubt! I would like to journal everything I read here, but it would be better if you read the book yourself! [...]

  • Sarah says:

    I'll admit it, I skimmed the last few chapters, but I was busy moving, and by then I realized that the book wasn't really doing it for me and the discussions of my women's group were way more interesting than the book itself.This was written in conjunction with The Resolution for Men which was as a companion piece for the movie Fireproof. It's all fine, but maybe I've been out of the Bible study habit too long or something because this book really didn't speak to me and Priscilla Shirer's "voice [...]

  • Kelly says:

    I wanted to like this book. I really did. My then-fiance and I purchased the his and hers versions of these books as part of our premarital preparation. And while his book focused on things like integrity or strength of character, mine focused on stuff like interior design. No joke, at one point, the author talks about the process of decorating her "writing loft" (aside: TOTALLY relatable to the common public, right?) and she goes on and on about a tassel -- A TASSEL -- for several paragraphs, i [...]

  • Jacqueline Stern says:

    This book is pointed and practical. It address the Christian woman, and helps reveal the truth of what if means to be Godly in your daily life. Some the vignettes are a bit cheesy, but the core of the material is well thought out and well-written.I was expecting another goofy women's book with stereotypes and simplified concepts. I was pleasantly surprised when the first chapter really helped me evaluate some of my attitudes in life and almost every section was applicable to me and the women aro [...]

  • MrsCelenaOwens says:

    This book was timely, sincere, sound, thought provoking, inspiring, but most of all effective. Let God use this book to help position your heart MORE RIGHTLY with HIM. Remember, He can use anyone and anything to bring you closer to Him; so DON'T allow the title of this book deceive you into thinking that this book "won't-bring-you-any-closer-to-God-because-it's-just-a-book-about-resolutions-anyway". Not so. It's worth it. It'll help you to become a better you: a better wife, a better mother, a b [...]

  • Tasha enderby says:

    I was suppose to do this book as a study with the ladies in my church this summer but for scheduling reasons I just didn't get it done but I did read it on my own. I had a friend tell me that is seemed to not fit her life stage or her walk with God. I can see how that can be it's very easy to read even for a non christan or a new believer and I think it would be helpful for them because it give just bits and beginings of some very simple life concepts in a believers life. The questions were a bi [...]

  • Jenni says:

    This book really gives you things to think about and suggestions about how to put them into practice as a Christian woman desiring to serve God, your husband, your kids -- or even if you're single -- the people you come into contact with every day. Each chapter deals with a particular issue we as women face or struggle with. Some of it for me served as a reminder, but some of it were new realizations for me. Each chapter ends with a Resolution (and intentional action or belief) you can make in y [...]

  • Lindsey Smith says:

    I probably had entirely too high expectations of this book, since I loved the movie Courageous so much. This book was definitely good, but not quite as good as I had hoped. My favorite chapters were about embracing every season of our lives and being PRESENT, instead of just waiting for the next chapter; living with high standards of virtue and purity; loving our children; living with grace; and leaving a godly legacy. I'll admit that at some parts, I felt that the pages were burning my fingers [...]

  • Blessedutopia says:

    I've read several times of books being "life changing" and always thought how nice that would be to find a book that was so impactful (other than the Word of God of course). I finally found one. Exactly in the season of life I'm in this book blew into my world out of nowhere (hardly, I know exactly where it came from, but for dramatic effect) it taught me, humbled me, overwhelmed me, convicted me, did I mention taught me? I listened to it on audible (highly recommend because Priscilla reads it h [...]

  • Marlise says:

    While a few chapters in the book were applicable to my life, most were not. But I didn't have high expectations so it was fine. I did my best to glean what I could. This book is mainly for a young, stay-home or part-time working mom. Although the author tries to connect with women from other walks of life, she fails to make connection with anyone outside of her own demographics. Too bad. It would be nice to find a book with some depth on the topic of women resolving to be who they are called to [...]

  • Elizabeth says:

    I love the brief chapters, which make the book easier to digest in small chunks of available time. Shirer writes in a friendly, casual tone, so even though her topics are sometimes heavy or challenging, she doesn't seem condescending. The journal prompts at the end are also engaging and thought-provoking--this isn't just a book to read and forget about, but one with words and ideas to integrate in daily life. "The Resolution for Women" is an inspiring and convicting read, and I suggest it for an [...]

  • Sarah Messenger says:

    This book would have 5 stars if it had a different title. It simply did not rise to the level of the strength and durability of the men's version. I don't feel it was a suitable partner. The last half of the book was the best, and was good enough to take my rating from 3 stars (due to the dull, lackluster first half) to 4. It had some hard-hitting sucker-punches, nuggets of wisdom and hard to hear truths, but always in a warm, conversational, friend at tea tone. You know Priscilla is FOR you. As [...]

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