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5 Christian Books for Women to Enhance Your Faith

Are you a Christian woman looking to enhance your faith? Do you want to truly embody the Proverbs 31 woman? The staff at CCU Online have put together a quick guide of books that have furthered our faith and walk with Jesus. Take a look!

Check out these 5 reads for some #FAITHSPO

1. Jesus Calling by Sarah Young

Looking for a daily dose of scripture? Jesus Calling is comprised of 365 daily devotionals to fuel your soul and spark your spirit. You can buy Jesus Calling at your local Christian book shop, Amazon, on Jesus Calling's website, or your local Half Priced Books!

2. For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards by Jen Hatmaker

Feeling overwhelmed, unfulfilled, or like you just can't "keep up with the Jones?" Jen Hatmaker's book discusses how we can tackle a world of impossible standards with a grace-first approach, laugh always, and let go of an unattainable "perfect Pinterest life." You can buy For the Love on Amazon, Target, Barnes, and Noble, or your local Christian book shop.

3. The Screwtape Letters by C.S Lewis

Enjoy reading a bit of satire? This novel by C.S. Lewis describes our walk with Jesus, how the enemy is always on the prowl to kill, steal, and destroy, and the importance of our call as Christians to live rightly. Take this literary journey with Lewis' characters and purchase The Screwtape Letters at Target, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, your local Christian book store, or your local Half-Priced Books!

4. Unashamed by Christine Caine

Have you ever struggled with depression, shame, or anxiety? Christine Caine writes about how shame grows and is most successful in darkness and shadows. This written work will encourage you to break free of what has been holding you back and to allow your shame to live in the light; to be unashamed. You can buy Unashamed at your local Christian book shop, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Target.

5. Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero

Exactly how different are emotional maturity and spiritual maturity? Not quite as different as you may think! Peter Scazzero digs heavily into this concept in his book Emotionally Healthy Spirituality. Scazzero writes about this topic through his own personal experience with his family, marriage, church, and friends. You can buy Emotionally Healthy Spirituality at Target, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and your local Christian book store.

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