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If you’re anything like me, a Christian millennial woman, you’re always on the hunt to find the best Christian books to read.
Whether you’re a Christian millennial dealing with anxiety or your abstinence/celibacy, comparison, or need healing or strength.
You will find what you’re looking for here!
My goal is to help steer you in the right direction so that you may find the best Christian books for you.
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THE BEST CHRISTIAN BOOKS FOR MILLENNIAL WOMEN
If you’re anything like me, you struggle with rejection, fear, and insecurities. My whole adolescent life, I remember desiring to be accepted and loved, but to no avail, I couldn’t fight my rejection alone. This book helped me deal with my insecurities and self-hatred.
Are you trusting God to align you up with your future spouse? If you’re familiar with my story, you’ll know I was single for six years. Yes, I felt every bit of my singleness but, trusting God to write, my love story gave me peace that everything will be okay. If God created the whole world and didn’t overlook any detail, he would do the same for me!
3. IT’S NOT SUPPOSE TO BE THIS WAY( FINDING STRENGTH WHEN DISAPPOINTMENTS LEAVE YOU SHATTERED)- LYSA TERKEURST
Life has many ups and downs, and I’m sure you can contest that? One of the things Lysa did in this book was to give us applicable ways on how to manage life disappointment and frustration without losing your faith in God. I endured so much, and many of those scenarios pulled on to my devotion to God strings. But this book taught me how to navigate through my disappointment.
Every Christian Millennial woman should be familiar with Pastor Mike Todd, not only are his sermons one of a kind, but his personality is powerfully showcased in this book! Pastor Mike Todd gives Godly transparent tips on how to succeed in relationships. If you have seen above, I struggled much in that area. So I needed guidance on how to be in a relationship that honors God. Relationship goals are probably one of the best relational books I’ve read for millennial Christian women.
Are you struggling with surrendering your life totally to God? Maybe you’re finding it difficult to say Yes, to Jesus. Laura thought she had surrendered her life after her husband became ill. She had to truly learn what it meant to surrender your life vision to God. She encountered many setbacks, which challenged her to let go of her life and her way of doing things to accept God’s way. Super awesome book!
For the longest time, I thought I was the perfect image of what a Christian woman should look like, I went to church, and I studied God’s word, but it was some areas within my life that wasn’t wholly broken for God. Simply put, I didn’t invite God throughout my whole heart. Just the part of me that was visible for men to say I’ve changed. Nancy Demoss grabs ahold of your heart in a pure way that challenges you to become broken for God. In the first chapter of this book, I realized I wanted real intimacy with God, and she has a series of those books that tugs on your heart to invite God into the depths of your heart.
Crazy busy should be a staple book in everyone’s book collection if you ever said, ” I am too busy,” haha. If you struggle with being too busy to deal with God, family, or life, then this book crazy busy is for you. Kevin Deyoung is fantastic as he effectively tackles life chaoticness.
Yes, I love all of her books! This is the 3rd book of her’s on the list! Similar to Crazy busy, ” The best yes” tackles with saying yes to everyone besides God. Ouch! I know, right! When we say yes to everything, we’re often overwhelmed and burnt out! Lysa shows you in her book how to say yes to God, and saying yes to him will ultimately free you in the end!
During a particularly painful time in her life, Sarah Zacharias Davis learned how delightful–and wounding–women can be in friendship. She saw how some friendships end badly, others die slow deaths, and how a chance acquaintance can become that enduring friend you need.
The Friends We Keep is Sarah’s thoughtful account of her own story and the stories of other women about navigating friendship. Her revealing discoveries tackle the questions every woman asks:
• Why do we long so for women friends?
• Do we need friends like we need air or food or water?
• What causes cattiness, competition, and co-dependency in too many friendships?
• Why do some friendships last forever and others only a season?
• How do I foster friendship?
• When is it time to let a friend go, and how do I do so?
Mom, do you…
…know where to turn when you are overwhelmed or discouraged?
…sometimes feel you are alone?
…desire a deeper faith, richer relationships, and a more organized home?
Help Club for Moms is here with practical, hands-on advice to assist you in loving and serving your family. When you look to the true Helper and source of all knowledge, Jesus, you will gain wisdom for every area of your life—your home, your marriage, your children, and your own spirit.
You will also discover a community of caring women, both in this book and online (helpclubformoms.com), who are eager to share their expertise with you, so you can learn from their experiences and get the most out of motherhood.
Take comfort in the truth that God didn’t design you to do this on your own. Find strength in numbers and hope from the Lord.
Now, it is your turn! Comment what Christian book has helped you?