[Book Club] March Book & Vote Off!

We are already half way through the month with the first book of the Book Club. It has been amazing to see the freedom that Intimate Issues is bringing so many women and their marriages and future marriages.

But it's the 15th, so it's not time to talk about this month...


What is (nearly) every woman's favorite chick flick?
If you didn't guess Pride & Prejudice, then I'm just not sure if we can still be friends. ;)

Yes, ladies (and any brave men that care to join us), we are READING our most favorite chick flick--

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

We are going to put the saying to the test and see if the book really is better than the movie. I am certain we won't be disappointed.

You can find it HERE on Amazon.com. Also, available on Kindle!
Or, I'm pretty sure your local library would have it for check out (FREE).

Also, I am pretty certain this will require a viewing party at the end of the month to really see which is better. So get ready for those details as well!

And now for the vote off for April.
I know what you are thinking... vote off already for the April book?
Well this gives you plenty of time to vote and even submit other suggestions.

Here are a few books that I'm throwing out there for you to vote on (all have come HIGHLY recommended from people I look up to so very much):

Pleasers by Dr. Kevin Leman
Do you have a hard time saying no to people? Do you feel guilty taking time out for yourself? Do you feel overwhelmed by responsibilities? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you might be a pleaser-someone who tries to keep others happy at her own expense. But what happens when keeping everyone else happy steals your own happiness-or even your health? Bestselling author and psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman can help you break this destructive pattern in your life. With his wise and witty counsel, you'll learn -what kind of pleaser you are -how to give yourself positive messages -how to avoid or deal with the "controlling" men in your life -how to build your self-esteem -and more With Dr. Leman's help, you can become a person who can assert herself but still keep her pleasing personality. So say good-bye to guilt and say hello to a brand-new you!

The Pressure's Off by Larry Crab
There are two basic approaches to life -- two pathways One creates pressure, the other provides freedom.
In the Old Way of life, as best-selling author Larry Crabb describes it, "you've decided that what you most want out of life is within your reach, and you're doing whatever you believe it takes to get it." But in the New Way of life, "you've realized that what you most want is beyond your reach, and you're trusting God for the satisfaction you seek. You want Him. Nothing less, not even His blessings, will do."The Old Way -- the way most Christians define life and pursue fulfillment -- is fundamentally wrong and harmful. It leaves us tired, in bondage, and feeling distant from God. But the New Way brings true freedom and refresment as we tap intot he power to draw closer to God in a personal way.

Conversation Peace by Mary Kassian
Have you ever left a conversation feeling like shredded wheat? Stuck your foot in your mouth? Been at a loss for words? Had difficulty getting your point across? Or been talked into doing something you didn’t want to do? Do you find it difficult to connect with others? Do you suspect that your speech patterns are hindering your relationships? Maybe you need some Conversation Peace! Let Mary Kassian teach you the seven powerful speech-transforming elements to master the skill of effective communications. You will also strengthen your vocabulary with Words from the Word. Conversation Peace will help you revolutionize your speech habits and improve your relationships.

And if you have any other recommendations, please submit them.

*Also, so you know what I am thinking as far as book selections-- I think we will rotate between something that improves our minds, hearts, souls, bodies for one month and then switch it up and do a light reading (fiction typically) the next. How does that sound? Also, I don't want to pick books that would leave out a group of women. So I (more than likely) won't ever do a book on parenting or a topic that would not be applicable to all women. Men are of course welcome to join in, but our target is women.

Love you so much! This is so much fun to do with you!

go to the comments to vote for which book you prefer or
make a recommendation for a different book.