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Milk and Honey Magazine Christian books for single women

Reads For The Single Gal

Do you find yourself in a season of singleness? Rejoice! What a splendid time to become the best version of yourself, read a good book, and enjoy life to the fullest!

Here's a list of fabulous books for your enjoyment. Don't forget to soak up this time many aren't blessed with!

Milk and Honey Magazine list of book recommendations for Godly, Christian women! Fiction, nonfiction, and faith!

Recommended Reading

The wondrous power of books is that they have the ability to change us. They may in turn inspire, encourage, and equip us to do good things. The right one may provide its reader with exactly what she needs to take that next step, to walk through that door God has opened for her.

Milk and Honey Magazine's take on becoming like Anne Shirley in the novel (and movie) Anne of Green Gables!

Becoming Anne Shirley

"I don't know what lies around the bend, but I'm going to believe that the best does." 

Milk and Honey Magazine's list to starting a book club with your friends! Find a book you love, host a book club party, and have fun!

Starting A Book Club?!

With so much of the world distracted by Netflix, social media, and the Internet, it can be hard to see the appeal of sitting down with a good old-fashioned book. We have become a society obsessed with getting everything done fast, and because reading can take up a lot of time, it’s not always easy to stop and devote time to it.

Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Christian author Sara Hagerty on her new book, Unseen: The Gift of being Hidden in a World that Loves to be Noticed

The Gift of Being Hidden

Every heart longs to be seen and understood. Yet most of our lives go unwitnessed.

We may think we are “wasting” ourselves in a hidden corner today: the cubicle on the fourth floor, hospital bedside of an elderly parent, laundry room. But these are the places God uses to meet us with a radical love. These are the places that produce the kind of unhinged love in us that gives everything at His feet, whether or not anyone else ever proclaims our name, whether or not anyone else ever sees.

Milk and Honey Magazine interview with the author Kendra of Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert's Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor! She explains the importance of faith, courage, and love in this Q&A!

Becoming An Extroverted Introvert

How does an introvert love her neighbor? That's the question that Kendra Broekhuis--newly returned from living overseas with her husband and baby daughter--set out to answer.

Milk and Honey Magazine article with author Lauren Miller on her new book All Things New about overcoming anxiety and stress with help from Jesus!

Getting Over Panic Attacks

Struggling with anxiety/panic is hard enough, but as Christians, there’s an added level of stigma attached to it: as if our anxiousness stems from a lack of trust in God, or an immature faith.

Milk and Honey Magazine was lucky enough to have a chat with author Kristy about life as an author, encouragement for young women, and how to stay healthy (spiritually and physically)!

Author Kristy Cambron

The M&H team read Kristy Cambron's The Illusionists Apprentice prior to its release and fell in love. The fiction novel is layered with mystery, illusion, and the artistry of the Jazz Age. It's a journey through love and loss and the underpinnings of faith. If you need a summertime beach read, this is your go-to!

Milk and Honey Magazine with author of The Lucky Ones on her favorite Bible verse, her advice for young women, and how to write a book!

Adopting With Special Needs

Heather Avis, author of The Lucky Few: Finding God's Best in the Most Unlikely Places, was kind enough to take time away from her busy schedule (including three adorable kids!) to chat with the Milk & Honey Magazine.

What's the book about, you ask? Heather explains it perfectly:

Milk and Honey Magazine author interview with the writer of Twenty Two, a faith based encouragement guide for millennial women. 5 stars!

Author, Twenty-Two

The 21st century is a wonderful and complicated time to be a young woman. From access to higher education and advances in gender equality to the innovations of social networks and limitless travel destinations, no twenty-two-year-old woman has ever had more options before her than the college graduate of today. And yet, even with the world at her feet, she often has more questions than answers, more pressures than prospects, and more disenchantment than direction.