God's Masterpiece Discussion Aids (448 kb)
This series of discussion aids is intended to build conversation around several core issues common to young women. They are designed to help individuals and small groups dispel myths from Satan by pointing to the truth of God’s Word. Each lesson is focused around key scriptures, a few discussion questions, and a personal challenge to provide accountability. [ACCFS]
Christ-Centered Self-Worth (307 kb)
This document includes six independent sections that when put together can help provide you with direction and support for developing a Christ-centered self-worth: God Image, Connecting with God, Spiritual Gifts, Emotional Regulation, Self-Talk & Perfectionism, Additional Resources. [ACCFS]
Viewing Women Through a Biblical Lens (370 kb)
In today’s society Christian women may feel pressure to fit a certain mold, yet when we look at Scripture we see the ways God uniquely equips and uses women to fulfill His purposes. This article explores the diversity of women in the Bible and reminds us to avoid the extremes of elevation and repression as we look at women’s roles. [ACCFS]
Revive our Hearts
This site offers a number of resources and radio programming focused on women’s issues. [reviveourhearts.com]
For Women Only, Revised and Updated Edition: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men
Author: Shaunti Feldhahn
This 224-page book deals with what women need to know about the inner lives of men.
Search for Significance
Author: Robert S. McGee
This book is about developing Christ-centered self-worth. It is good for individuals dealing with low self-worth, fear of failure, unhealthy people pleasing, and feelings of inferiority. There is a set of CDs available in this book.
Learning to Tell Myself the Truth
Author: William Backus, Ph.D.
This 220-page workbook helps readers to understand their negative self-talk and learn to use scriptural truths to think in a more healthy, Christ-like manner. It includes specific chapters on dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, and perfectionism.