A Woman’s Worth Wrap Up & Resources

I pray you’ve been encouraged by these last few weeks spent studying our eternal worth. It is my sincere desire that you would turn to God’s Word instead of the world to determine your worth.

If you’ve missed any of the posts, catch up now.

A Woman’s Worth

More Than the Money I Make

More Than My Mothering

More Than My MESSES

More Than What’s In The Mirror

More Than I Can Be

More Than My Treasures

More Than My Labels

More Than My Accolades

But don’t just take my word for it.

Over the course of this series, I’ve seen how much we all need to be reminded of our eternal worth, so I scoured the internet and compiled a few more resources for you to continue your study.

Worth Reading

These two great posts about protecting your identity by Lori Schumaker What You Need to Remember When You’ve Lost Your Identity  and How to Repair a Broken Identity.

If what you see in the mirror is a struggle for you, I think you’ll find a fresh perspective in Cassidy’s post, 3 Lies I Believed About My Body and great encouragment from Edie in her post Enthralling the King: Finding Our Worth in the One Who Made Us.

In You Are Who God Says You Are, written for Proverbs31, Sharon Jaynes we reminds us who’s opinion matters when it comes to our identity and worth.  

Fellow (Retired) Soldier’s wife, Andy Lee, shares an encouraging Scripture reading plan in her post 7 Scriptures About Belonging as part of her great series, #BiteOfBread

In Discerning The Guise of Failure, Lance Price helps us see how identifying with Christ creates a success this world cannot diminish.

In Exposing Satan’s Lies About Your True Identity, Veronica Anne writes a bold post for Courage. Hope. Love. that shows how the pressure for perfection is a lie perpetrated by Satan to keep us from realizing our real value.

Esther at Chosen and Cherished wrote an encouraging post about Embracing Who You Were Created To Be and how that protects us from the lies the world tells us.

Lisa Murray challenges us to embrace the Authenticity and Courage to Let Your Real Self Shine Through. Spoiler alert: your worth isn’t tied to your performance.

And don’t forget about my guest and friend, Rebecca Hastings, who just released a book called Worthy: Believe Who God Says You Are. It is full of relatable and endearing stories about finding your worth. If you’re looking to continue your study on this topic, her 20 day challenge might be just the thing for you!

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And my dear friend Kristine Brown at More Than Yourself always has something worth reading in addition to her book Over It! Conquering Comparison to Live Out God’s Plan.

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Worth A Listen

I don’t know about you, but music has a way of penetrating my soul and making profound impact on my spirit. Here is a list of songs I’ve found help me elevate my estimated worth. Download the songs and make a playlist to lift your spirit when you’re feeling undervalued.

  1. Unfinished by Mandisa
  2. Priceless by For King and Country
  3. You Are More by Tenth Avenue North
  4. Beautiful by Mercy Me
  5. Someone Worth Dying For by Mikeschair
  6. Gold by Britt Nicole
  7. More Beautiful You by Johnny Diaz
  8. Who You Are by Unspoken
  9. Tell Me by Carrolton
  10. Made to Love by Toby Mac
  11. How Deep the Father’s Love for Us by Nicole Nordeman
  12. Diamonds by Hawk Nelson
  13. You Have Called Me Higher by All Sons and Daughters

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This isn’t the end of our journey.

I sincerely believe that knowing our worth in God’s eyes helps us to see the works He has prepared for us more clearly. Once we know our worth we can determine how to invest it in funds with eternal value. That’s where we are headed next week! I hope you’ll come back and join me, not just for that post, but for our summer book study and series based on the book Move Toward the Mess by John Hambrick.

Get ahead of the game and grab your copy today!

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Linking Up With

For more encouragement please join the discussions on these fabulous blog link ups – Suzanne EllerThought Provoking Thursday, Susan B. Mead, Faith Filled Friday, Grace and TruthFaith and Fellowship FridayGrace and Truth Friday, Good Morning Monday, Soul SurvivalMonday Musings, Rah Rah Link Up, Tell His StoryWoman to Woman Wednesday, Women With Intention Wednesday, Sitting Among Friends, Testimony Tuesday, Planting Roots, and Fresh Market Friday.

17 thoughts on “A Woman’s Worth Wrap Up & Resources

  1. I’m bookmarking this page to return to frequently. Love your resources and suggestions. I think this worthiness is a continual challenge many of us, and I’m always grateful for new insight and truth to build a stronger foundation.

  2. Thank you for sharing all these great resources! I’m going to have to go back and read some of the posts in this series because it sounds really good!

  3. ((Hug)) Still impressed with you’re ability to pull all this off while moving. You can’t convince me otherwise. 🙂 Look forward to the new study. ((Hugs and Prayers))

    1. Oops, my son would be so embarrassed that I accidentally used the wrong “your.” haha. That’s what I get for not proof-reading until it after I clicked send. 🙂

    2. I’m starting to feel the pressure now, Brenda! I’m replying to as many comments as I can from the hard floor of our empty dining room! Blessings, friend!

  4. Liz, Wow! This is awesome. Thank you for all the resources!!! I love the music list and I know these are great links to article written by others. I will share this post next week on social. Blessings!

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