7 by Jen Hatmaker

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A stripped down story of one woman's mutiny against all kinds of excess.

Words That Hurt, Words That Heal by Carole Mayhall

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Author Mayhall goes for the heart, not the jugular, in this brief book geared to women on godly and ungodly speech.

He's Not a Mind Reader by Brenda Garrison

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Almost everything you wish you had known about serving your husband as a biblical woman before you got married, in less than 125 pages.

The Fitting Room by Kelly Minter

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A compelling "before" and "after" portrait of one woman's realization of her new status in Christ.

Half the Church by Carolyn Custis James

Not recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

Purports to advocate for a fuller, grander, more robust gospel, but offers only a gospel stuck in the garden.

With the Master on Our Knees by Susan Heck

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

Not for the faint of heart, this is a detailed and comprehensive study on what Scripture says about prayer.

Lies Young Women Believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Dannah Gresh

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

An eye-opening resource for teenage girls who want to fight the lies that can so easily ensnare them.

Lies Women Believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A somewhat controversial book about the lies that often dominate women's lives.

Girls Gone Wise in a World Gone Wild by Mary Kassian

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A call to Christian women to live wisely, not relative to other women, but resolutely biblically.

Beguiled by Deeanne Gist, J. Mark Bertrand

Not recommended by Mark Tubbs.

A page-turner, granted, but unless you are a Christian Romance buff, you probably don't need to read this one.