Reformers Blog — Women

Book Review: Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon, Wife of Charles H. Spurgeon (Ray Rhodes)

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Book Review by Shamira Eglinton I couldn’t put this book down as I came to love and know Susanna Spurgeon better. This book shows Susie’s devotion to her husband Charles Haddon Spurgeon and the ways she loved and supported him. It shows how, with ordinary means, she did some amazing ministries including the book fund and church planting. Her desire to serve poor pastors was shown throughout and she did this with great generosity and hard work. Susie was also such a great example of suffering well. There are so many great lessons in this book as well as just the joy...

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Reformers Recommends: Books About What it Means to be a Woman

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Abigail Dodds shows how the Bible affects all areas of life for the Christian woman. Where many books for women forget about the women who aren’t married with children, (A)Typical Woman speaks to the single woman, the working woman, the discipling woman; women in many stages of life. I found this book hard to put down. A very enjoyable and practical read!

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Reformers Interview: Lydia Brownback - Author of Flourish

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

I’ve had a passion to write since I learned to read as a child, and over the years God has opened opportunities for this passion to become a reality. All those gems in God’s Word—the big, bright obvious ones as well as those we have to dig deeper to uncover—nothing on earth compares to these riches, and as I learn them, I can’t wait to share those discoveries with my sisters in Christ. It’s almost like I can’t not write. It’s an incredible blessing of God’s Spirit.

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