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"My dear friend Wendy has trained thousands of women in practical theology through her teaching ministry. I am delighted to see her helpful wisdom now being made available to many more women through this book."
—Mark Driscoll, Founding Pastor, Mars Hill Church, Seattle Washington; Founder, Resurgence; Co-founder, Acts 29; author, Death by Love
Wendy Horger Alsup (MEd, Clemson University) enjoys teaching theology to women and is the author of Practical Theology for Women, The Gospel-Centered Woman, and By His Wounds You are Healed. Alsup resides in Seattle with her husband, Andy, and two children.
Because most theology books are written by men for readers who are predominately men.
Throughout the book Wendy is very transparent as she shares her own story and experiences and how the practicality of theology helped her through some very hard times.
In the end, I highly recommend this book to all women who want to know God more and appropriate what they believe into everyday life.
Excellent, excellent book!! This book has done wonders for me in my walk with Christ, giving me a whole new perspective and understanding or who I really am and who God really is,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tamara Smith
Author: Wendy Horger Alsup
Title: Practical Theology for Women
Publisher: Crossway Books
Reading Level: Moderate
While deep, abiding... Read more
I’ve been a Christian for 15 years. I’ve always avoided the word theology. I did not understand it and it scared me. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Melissa Waters
Wendy Alsup puts forward a great resource for women in this book. Writing in a conversational style, she does a wonderful job of painting the surface of the beginner-basics of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kristi
In her new book Practical Theology for Women, author Wendy Horger Alsup shows women that theology (the study of God) isn’t just for men or for academics, but it’s for all... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laura Langley
I have a passion and love for theology. However, I often feel that I am in the minority in my desire to study more about God. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Deborah A. Martin
I was torn on how to rate this. For what it is, this book is VERY GOOD. However I and a few friends agree it does not advertise itself correctly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Alia
I really enjoyed this book. Some parts were pretty basic, but at times we need reminders. I learned some valuable truths and recommend this to other Christian women.Published 10 months ago by Lauren
I approached this book with excitement and hesitation. An odd combo to be sure. I was grateful that I moved past my hesitation. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Chantel Ortiz