Becoming the Woman God Wants Me to Be: A 90-Day Guide to Living The Proverbs 31 Life (Paperback)
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
– home management
– 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.
Our women’s Bible study group did this 90 day (13 week) study and all of us got a tremendous amount of information from this book on how to BE a Proverbs 31 woman in today’s society. Step-by-step, practical ways to implement God’s call as women into our daily lives. Faith, finances, clothing, families. You name it. It was covered.
I was going through the most difficult season of life when I found this book in 2015. I felt completely disconnected to other Christian books that I was reading they were either too sugar coated, or lacked the spiritual depth that I was hoping for. But, Donna Partow’s teaching style, biblical insight and practical applications on everything from faith, family, health, home, finance etc. makes this so much more than your average devotional. It’s truly a day by day journey to a richer spiritual life in mind, body and soul. I highly recommend it. – Amazon 5-Star Review
The best devotion ever; none other lights a candle to this women’s devotional – Amazon 5-star review
From the Author
Dear Sister in Christ,
I’m so honored that you are prayerfully considering investing 90 days to explore what it means to be a Proverbs 31 woman today. To be honest, I had always considered it an unattainable goal. Like many women, I was tempted to think the passage was impossible to apply to my life.
Then I met a widow in Colombia (South America) while serving on the mission field. In the midst of a nation torn apart by decades of civil war and violence, she lived her life with such beauty and excellence that it took my breath away. Her life inspired me and began to open my eyes to the possibilities. Her final words to me were, “Donna, you must tell women everywhere: what God has done for me, he can do for them also.”
I returned home and immediately set to work on that project. Telling women everywhere that, no matter the obstacles, you can become the woman God wants you to be.
The result of my journey was this book, Becoming the Woman God Wants Me To Be: A 90-Day Guide to Living the Proverbs 31 Life.
In many ways, it defies categories. It’s unlike most other books on the topic. And that has led to some confusion among readers. In particular, those who were expecting “just” a devotional were surprised by how much practical, down-to-earth advice I’ve included.
Yes, in once sense it is a devotional – each day includes a scripture to memorize, a passage to read, a scripture-based prayer and space for prayer journaling, and a brief teaching on the day’s reading. But it’s much more than that. My primary goal was to create a super-practical approach to making this ancient passage 100% relevant to women today.
Another key to keep in mind is that I’ve intended this–not simply as a book to read and discuss–but as a handbook covering every conceivable issue and topic presented in Proverbs 31. I do not expect — nor did I intend — that any woman will immediately implement every idea contained on the nearly 400 pages of the book. My goal was to create a resource that you can return to over and over again, for many years to come, as you enter new seasons in your life and are ready to move closer to God’s ideal in any given area.
I’ve also created a companion video eclass called The 90-Day Jumpstart which you can learn more about through my online training ministry, Womens Empowerment University. You can find more info about all the courses I offer under the Training tab on my website.
I’ve been profoundly touched by the tens of thousands of women around the world who have found help and hope on the pages of Becoming the Woman God Wants Me To Be. I pray that God will continue to lead each of us forward to become more and more like Jesus, more and more reflective of His original design for our lives.
About the Author
I’m just a Jersey girl who loves Jesus. I’m a no-frills-no-fluff bible teacher and prophetic prayer warrior with a heart to accurately discern, then boldly proclaim, God’s highest and best for your life.
God has enabled me to conquer many things: trauma, addiction and health issues– to name just a few. But by his amazing grace, he’s also empowered me to achieve most of my dreams, like becoming an international best-selling author, professional motivational speaker, internet pioneer and global missionary traveling to six continents.
As an author, it’s my honor to share with you both my worst mistakes (so you can avoid them) and my wisest moves (so you can imitate them). I’ve dedicated my life to mobilizing God’s people to impact nations.
Donna Partow 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 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. She has even spoken twice at the CIA headquarters.
Donna has been featured on hundreds of radio and television shows.
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.