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Can you have a strong personality and still be a godly wife' YESDo you ever get the idea that being a godly wife means you need to be a mousy doormat' Be as unnoticeable as a doorknob' Or have a personality transplant' Fierce Women The Power of a Soft Warrior smashes that idea No matter whether you’re an extrovert or introverted Kimberly Wagner believes women are created to be a compelling forceYou may not see yourself as beautifully. I did give 3 stars as this book may be helpful to some perhaps a counseling tool for others This book has a target audience but I did struggle with many parts of it It wasn't what she said but some of the conclusions she came to and the premises used to get there Part of what should have been considered are the age of the person cultural aspects ie the why of wearing a white wedding gown not all cultures wear white and the concept of collaboration to name a few Reading other reviews someone mentioned changing the title I would agree There can be strength in being a fierce woman one just needs to learn how to be this way and consider how the treatment of others is important as a reflection of the love that should be shown to all especially one's spouse Down In Texas ever get the idea that being a godly wife means you need to be a mousy doormat' Be as unnoticeable as a doorknob' Or have a personality transplant' Fierce Women The Power of a Soft Warrior smashes that idea No matter whether you’re an Men on the Edge extrovert or introverted Kimberly Wagner believes women are created to be a compelling forceYou may not see yourself as beautifully. I did give 3 stars as this book may be helpful to some perhaps a counseling tool for others This book has a target audience but I did struggle with many parts of it It wasn't what she said but some of the conclusions she came to and the premises used to get there Part of what should have been considered are the age of the person cultural aspects ie the why of wearing a white wedding gown not all cultures wear white and the concept of collaboration to name a few Reading other reviews someone mentioned changing the title I would agree There can be strength in being a fierce woman one just needs to learn how to be this way and consider how the treatment of others is important as a reflection of the love that should be shown to all Nikhil especially one's spouse

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The transformation God can bring to troubled marriages A True Woman Book; the goal of the True Woman publishing line is to encourage women to Discover embrace and delight in God's divine design and mission for their lives Reflect the beauty and heart of Jesus Christ to their world Intentionally pass the baton of Truth on to the next generation Pray earnestly for an outpouring of God's Spirit in their families churches nation and worl. Do you voice needs concerns hopes and suggestions in a way that builds people up rather than tear them down That's what this book is about The author focuses on the importance of wives using their influence in a way that positively influences their husbands instead of convincing him that she considers him to be a failureThe title made me hope this book was going to focus on how women with type A aggressive personalities can use their fierceness for God's glory It turned out to be of a marriage help book Oh wellOverall I didn't agree with everything Wagner had to say but I appreciated many of her points It was really interesting listening to this book alongside some of the recent Uniuely Woman podcasts about Things the Bible Doesn't Say About Women It was interesting to see where they agreed and where the opinions were counterpoints to one another

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Fierce or even slightly strong but what if God has placed a powerful fierceness within you within every woman' Kim admits her fierceness became a source of conflict in her marriage but the relationship dynamic totally changed when she discovered her fierce strengths could be used to encourage and inspire her husband She invites you to come alongside as she takes an honest look at a destructive relationship dynamic and casts a vision for. This is a good book for women on relationshipinforming researched and inspired by the spirit God This book will convict you no matter how long you have been married Every woman should read this book either you are in marital Bliss or Blizzard One can learn from her personal experience and also from her years in ministryNo sugar coating she gives you the truth in chunksyou have to pause to digest


10 thoughts on “Fierce Women

  1. says:

    I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads' First Reads giveawayThe gist Kimberly Wagner uses her story as a platform to show God's power to bring hope and healing to any marriage in desperation Though her own marriage was once marked by loneliness and bitterness she speaks with authority about how God has revived her marriage to show His glory What I liked I really loved the format of the book It was an easy read in the sense that I didn't have to put on my theology hat to comprehend what she was saying However there was also great depth especially with the Heart Issues at the end of each chapter that drove readers to the ultimate source of hope and truth The Word of God Kimberly Wagner intermingled her own testimony with truth from Scripture and the result was like having a conversation with a good friend who has soaked in God's presence I also appreciated the wide range of issues Wagner covered from homosexuality to feminism to spousal abuse She provided perspective to her story without getting bogged down in academic languageWhat I didn't My only critiue is minuscule but I really don't think the title fits the book The first chapter talks about how being a fierce woman can be either good or bad but throughout the book any time the term fierce woman is used it is followed by the description of a soft warrior In other words being a soft warrior seemed to be of the goal than being a fierce woman The title should have been flipped in my opinion I value this book as a resource for any marriage especially for women who long to honor God with their relationship to their husband but don't know where to begin Kimberly Wagner's honesty and her unwavering faith in God will bring hope nothing else can


  2. says:

    I did give 3 stars as this book may be helpful to some perhaps a counseling tool for others This book has a target audience but I did struggle with many parts of it It wasn't what she said but some of the conclusions she came to and the premises used to get there Part of what should have been considered are the age of the person cultural aspects ie the why of wearing a white wedding gown not all cultures wear white and the concept of collaboration to name a few Reading other reviews someone mentioned changing the title I would agree There can be strength in being a fierce woman one just needs to learn how to be this way and consider how the treatment of others is important as a reflection of the love that should be shown to all especially one's spouse


  3. says:

    Okay so admittedly I bought this book online and wasn’t totally clear on what I was getting I thought I was getting a book about fierce women who stood up to the devil and the world to fight for our God Women like Saint Joan of Arc Mary Magdalene and Mary Mother of God would be showcased and admired for their fierce beauty What I got was a step by step guide on how to shirk yourself down to be the perfect bite size for your meek husband I don’t think this is a good Christian book nor would I look to this book for marriage advice Or womanly advice Or even a sweet tea recipe


  4. says:

    This is a good book for women on relationshipinforming researched and inspired by the spirit God This book will convict you no matter how long you have been married Every woman should read this book either you are in marital Bliss or Blizzard One can learn from her personal experience and also from her years in ministryNo sugar coating she gives you the truth in chunksyou have to pause to digest


  5. says:

    I had to steel myself to read this book not another book on how to be a better wife and mother I have been looking for a thoroughly biblical book on women which allowed women to be varied and strong this book does that I was also looking for a book that used a wealth of biblical passages and not just the well known women's verses to train guide encourage and correct women seeking to live right before God Again this book does that Thirdly I hoped for a book that didn't appear to be saying that if your husband wasn't stepping up to the mark you were probably to blame Unfortunately for me although Wagner repeats on a few occasions that she's not saying it's all your fault it certainly feels like she's saying that it is Perhaps I'm over sensitive Another concern for me about the book was that the author rather stereotyped men into all actually wanting to be like Pa from Little House on the Prairie Real action men hunting fixing working big machinesThat said I really appreciated the bible studies at the end of each chapter and some of the real life stories were moving and challenging Wagner doesn't skirt around the pain and mess of lifeI would recommend this book but perhaps I'd suggest starting at the end Just read chapters 10 11 and 12 prayerfully then see if you're up to reading the rest from the beginning


  6. says:

    This book is full of unflinching truth for which it probably deserves at least 4 stars But I didn't realize that it would be solely focused on marriage and evolve into the kind of book I've already practically memorized It strayed from dealing specifically with fierce women to addressing marriage in general I was hoping for guidance to deal with coworkers friends church members and even strangers with grace to temper my fierceness but almost all of the content of this book applies only to a marriage relationship Also I was hoping for a complete look at how my sometimes ugly fierceness can be channeled toward God's glory I can think of some very fierce women both married and single whose fierceness was instrumental in God's plan for their lives like Amy Carmichael and Elisabeth Elliott I wish the book had taken a turn in this direction Or had an entirely different title so I could know what to expect Also Wagner writes with solid theology but her arguments and explanations for complimentarian heterosexual marriage are fairly circuitous and would be unconvincing and hard to follow for a non Christian or a new convert Still it's full of convicting truth and practical guidance for any married woman


  7. says:

    This was a sweet book full of rich encouragement on how to biblically and practically love our husbands well and live as a soft warrior in a culture that tells us to find our identity in our fierceness independence and self centered agendas We speak our minds and justify our self pity and shape our men into our image our box We've redefined the 'helper' role Kim says We girls love the helper role That's what gives me permission to whip my man into shape I loved her definition the truly beautifully fierce woman has an otherworldly strength derived from a source beyond herself She's plunged fully to the forgiveness and love of Christ and He holds her heart so completely that's she's reached true contentment Her identity is forged through abiding in Him and her courage is displayed by her commitment to Him and His cause Now that's something I should read every morning that I might live passionately for God's glory in all things There's something greater happening here in my marriage then just me and my happiness It's a picture of the how the infinite God has wed the finite His bride the church Marriage is God's platform that displays to the watching world a physical picture of a spiritual reality Marriage is God's personal symbol and signature


  8. says:

    Do you voice needs concerns hopes and suggestions in a way that builds people up rather than tear them down? That's what this book is about The author focuses on the importance of wives using their influence in a way that positively influences their husbands instead of convincing him that she considers him to be a failureThe title made me hope this book was going to focus on how women with type A aggressive personalities can use their fierceness for God's glory It turned out to be of a marriage help book Oh wellOverall I didn't agree with everything Wagner had to say but I appreciated many of her points It was really interesting listening to this book alongside some of the recent Uniuely Woman podcasts about Things the Bible Doesn't Say About Women It was interesting to see where they agreed and where the opinions were counterpoints to one another


  9. says:

    I’ve read a lot of books about marriage but this one affected me deeply than any I have read I felt it was written specifically to me


  10. says:

    I found this book generally thoughtful and I appreciated several of Wagner's insights on biblical truths and how those tend to play out in our lives This book is definitely written for married christian women and I don't think that people outside of the target audience will find it particularly helpful As a single woman I can get creative and see how the general principles she is talking about apply to my life but a significant portion of the book is focused on applications specifically in the context of marriageCan this book be useful for a single woman hoping to get married some day or preparing for marriage? I would say yes but I've personally found other books that covered similar ideas without needing to wade through so much that didn't relate well to my life Many of the truths she is writing about are overarching and I like the concept of good God honoring fierceness in women and wrestling with how that fits with other biblical instruction on womanhoodmarriage but her writing is very seasonrole specific The most helpfulenjoyable part for me was her examination of how ingratitude pride and fear together can affect women and turn fierceness into a destructive force Although much of writing about this was focused within the context of marriage it was clear how these emotions compound each other in our relationship with the Lord My main criticism of the content is that there were places where she presented opinions that seemed extremely culture specific as though they were objective truth Some of these could have been remedied by in depth biblical exegesis and explanation while others seemed completely culturally based and outside of clear scriptural instruction I read this as part of my 2017 Reading Challenge for the category A book targeted at your gender


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