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InterVarsity Press | 129 comments Mod
At InterVarsity Press, we are committed to elevating women’s voices in publishing. And it’s not just a trend—it’s been a part of our mission since 1943, when the first book we published was written by a woman. These diverse women are leading voices in the most important conversations happening today. What are some of your favorite books written by women and why?

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Bob | 81 comments Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership, Ruth Haley Barton; Gilead and other novels and essays by Marilynne Robinson;

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Daniel Harris | 1 comments Ruth Haley Barton: Both Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership and Pursuing God's Will Together.

I don't know of anyone else who bridges what is often the leadership/spiritual formation gap as substantively as Barton, particularly in those two titles.

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Anne Hamilton (annehamilton) | 1 comments Walking on Water by Madeleine L'Engle. One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp. Possibly favourites for the same reason: the style is one of moving on and threading back, moving on again then picking up an older thread. It's non-linear art and heart that appeals to the mind.

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