As a minister I study of variety of topics, one of the most interesting is that purchase tree and as the father of two daughters I am always on the lookout for biographies of women of God who helped expand his kingdom here on Earth. While there are a few well-known women, most women of God who helped shape history have it remained in the shadows. Specifically when it comes to women in the sixteenth Century who aided in the church’s Reformation. This task that’s just become immensely easier. In the recently published book, Reformation Women: 16th century figures who shaped Christianity’s rebirth
, author Rebecca Vandoodewaard compiles the historical accounts of 12 God-fearing women who reformed the church. Each of these accounts are short, a few pages each at most. These short narrative accounts detail of lives of each Godly women and what they accomplished by God’s Sovereign will. These women are from all walks of life and each of them aided and the important work of the Reformation of the church.
I highly recommend, Reformation women, to any Pastor looking for historical illustrations as well as to every father to tell read these accounts to their daughters to aid in their spiritual growth, as well as to all women to give them a role model to inspire to . This is a book you do not want to miss out on.
This book was provided to me free of charge from Reformation Heritage Books via CrossFocused Reviews in exchange for an unbiased, honest review.
Ephesians: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary
© 2017 by Rebecca Vandoodewaard
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Page Count: 136 Pages