I love books and studies that layout a practical approach to implementing the scripture in my life. When we make trips to the Lifeway Store I actively search for books that help me grow as a Christian, mother, wife, and servant. I was blessed to receive a copy of Rebecca St. James' new book "What Is He Thinking??" The subtitle reads: "What guys want us to know about dating, love, and marriage." Intrigued? I certainly was.
Rebecca's new book dares us as women to learn what men are thinking and how to adjust our live in reaction to their thought processes. She uses social media to garner information from both men and women. Then she takes those opinions and applies scripture to them.
I really like the real world approach that Rebecca uses to write this book. It doesn't read like a pastor rebuking you but more like a close sister in Christ gently leading you along.
Another thing I liked about this book is the fact that it is for women in every stage of their journey. It starts with the dating process, takes you through the emergence of love, and ends in the pilgrimage of marriage.
If you would like to learn more about this book you can visit Rebecca on Facebook here and here. She can also be found on Twitter, You Tube, and her website.
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