Book Review: Becoming The Woman God Wants Me To Be: A 90-Day Guide To Living The Proverbs 31 Life by Donna Partow

Published: May, 2017 by Fleming H. Revell Company

Pages: 352

Becomimg the woman God wants me to be

Genre: Christian (Non-Fiction)

Purchase on http://www.amazon.com

Publisher’s Blurb: Proverbs 31 woman? No problem! In Becoming the Woman God Wants Me To Be, Partow gives women inspiration and practical direction to move them toward the goal of becoming a modern Proverbs 31 woman with purpose and passion. During this 90-day journey, readers walk the path toward better living in specific areas of life including: faith and spirituality, family relationships, health, business, home management, ministry and more. Partow’s holistic plan includes all types of growth – physical, relational, emotional, and spiritual. The practical action steps will help readers grow in character today, even as they set attainable goals for the future.
The Author: Donna is an author and motivational speaker with a passion to empower people to accomplish their life mission. Her books have sold more than a million copies worldwide and have been translated into numerous languages. A gifted communicator, Donna has spoken twice at the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters and has been a featured speaker at Senator John McCain’s annual conference for women on three occasions. Donna initiated the concept and toured with Women of Virtue for three years.
She has traveled and worked throughout the United States and on six continents, including such diverse countries as Egypt, Turkey, Colombia, Thailand and Papua New Guinea. She’s as comfortable teaching in a mud church in Mozambique as she is speaking to thousands at a leadership conference. Donna has been featured on hundreds of radio and television shows. Over the past twenty years, her business ventures have ranged from marketing communications consulting to e-course development. She was part of the team that pioneered ivillage.com, serving as the Work From Home coach and co-creating one of the first content providers on the internet. Donna studied at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts & Sciences and Wharton School of Business, where she maintained a 4.0 GPA. She holds a B.A. in English summa cum laude from Rutgers University.

My thoughts: It has been quite a long but fulfilling 90-day journey with this book and I can confidently say, it has changed my life in so many ways. I am not one who likes to read non-fiction, however, I can say I was moved to buy this book (Literarily) in addition to the fact that I have always admired the qualities of ‘the Proverbs 31 Woman’. I would have thought that I had most of these qualities (well, at least some) but going through this study taught me so many new things that I did not know or did not think I was capable of achieving. The most visible change in my life which my husband and kids can attest to is in the area of ‘Home Management’ (which many people close to me think I am soooo good at). I learnt new and better ways to manage the home front a lot better, my health, my business, ways to win souls for Christ and most importantly the drive to start-up this blog. I am grateful to God for giving me the opportunity to grow not only spiritually but in all aspects of my life as a wife, mother and everything that I am and strive to be. I have decided to use this book as a daily devotional which I will start all over again after 90 days (Yes, that’s how good I feel about this book). I encourage every Christian woman after God’s heart to get a copy of this book and go through the study. You will come out to be a modern Proverbs 31 Woman whose husband and children will rise up to call you blessed!

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