Looking for inspiration?
Look no further than the Proverbs 31 woman.
In today’s busy world, it can be hard to find examples of women who glorify God with their lives.
I know, because I’ve been looking for worthy women for years.
The Proverbs 31 woman is an excellent – and thorough! – biblical example. Instead of only wondering what homemakers, wives and mothers could or should do, this passage of Scripture details it for us.
(If you feel like you can’t possibly do all she did, take a deep breath. She didn’t do it all at once – or all by herself. Figure out what is necessary right now in your current season of life, and concentrate on that.)
I love her example so much that I examined the description of her life, verse by verse, and wrote a book about it.
What to expect …
Wondering what you’ll find in Becoming a Modern-Day Proverbs 31 Woman?
In 15 chapters, you’ll dig into the Proverbs 31 woman’s exemplary life through reading and deep questions designed to help you:
- Try to Become an Excellent Wife
- Work With Willingness and Delight
- Provide and Prepare Food
- Imitate the Strength of the Proverbs 31 Woman
- Help the Needy
- Meet Your Family’s Needs
- Respect Your Husband
- Use Your Talents
- Laugh At the Days to Come
- Use Words Wisely
- Keep Busy at Home
- Live a Praiseworthy Life
- Summarize the Life of the Proverbs 31 Woman
Becoming a Modern-Day Proverbs 31 Woman is available for instant download in both PDF and Kindle formats for $11.99.
When you purchase the eBook from this site, you’ll also receive a complimentary study guide and printable wall art.
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About the author
Hilary Bernstein is a Christ follower, wife, mama and writer. She encourages Christian homemakers to grow in their faith, care for their families, and manage their homes at HilaryBernstein.com. You can follow her on Facebook and Pinterest.
Hilary has authored several eBooks, including 10 Secrets to Finding Joy in Homemaking, Safe & Simple, Accidentally Green, First Bites, and Repelled.
An experienced journalist, Hilary worked at The Gazette, a daily newspaper in Medina, Ohio, for ten years as a columnist and editor of the lifestyle section, where she focused on family, home, food, travel, and entertainment. Hilary graduated from Otterbein College with a bachelor of arts, cum laude, in journalism.
She most enjoys being a wife and mother. Hilary and her husband live in the Midwest with their son and daughter.