In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character

In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character

After first teaching women to go deeper in their study of the Bible in Women of the Word, and then unpacking why our limits are a good thing in light of God?s limitlessness in None Like Him, best-selling author and Bible teacher Jen Wilkin helps readers see what human beings are to be like as they reflect the image of their Creator. In His Image explores 10 attributes of G After first teaching women to go deeper in their study of the Bible in Women of the Word, and then unpacking why our li...

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Title:In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character
Author:Jen Wilkin
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Genres:Christian
ISBN:1433549875
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Number of Pages:176 pages pages

In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character Reviews

  • Becky
    May 07, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

  • Cara Putman
    Jun 07, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

  • Debbie
    Apr 10, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

  • Rachel
    May 09, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

  • christina
    May 24, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

  • Jill
    Jun 12, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

  • Stefanie
    May 25, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

  • Courtney Huskisson
    May 31, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

  • Rhiannon Sacco
    May 15, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

    ***I received a copy of this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own*** Many of us have asked: What is God?s will for my life? What should I do? In her book, Jen Wilkin turns these questions around and asks: Who should I be? Using ten attributes of God, she s...

    Excellent I really enjoyed this book and found it very helpful. I used it each day in my quiet time and I feel that I have learnt a lot about God and about being more like Him. I have already found myself changing my behaviour because of the book and my reflections on my learning. ...

    This book was on my reading list for 2018 and I was excited when Netgalley had it available to read and review. In order to be like Christ, to be seen by others In His Image, we need to know what the character of God is like. I have heard each of this in relationship to God; Love, M...

  • NinaB
    May 04, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

  • Joan
    Apr 30, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

  • Dorothy
    Apr 23, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

  • Nay Denise
    May 14, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

  • Olive Swan
    Jun 02, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

    ***I received a copy of this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own*** Many of us have asked: What is God?s will for my life? What should I do? In her book, Jen Wilkin turns these questions around and asks: Who should I be? Using ten attributes of God, she s...

    Excellent I really enjoyed this book and found it very helpful. I used it each day in my quiet time and I feel that I have learnt a lot about God and about being more like Him. I have already found myself changing my behaviour because of the book and my reflections on my learning. ...

    This book was on my reading list for 2018 and I was excited when Netgalley had it available to read and review. In order to be like Christ, to be seen by others In His Image, we need to know what the character of God is like. I have heard each of this in relationship to God; Love, M...

    In this book, we are reminded that, as image bearers of God, we are called to reflect characteristics of God. The book discusses ten in depth - holy, loving, just, good, merciful, patient, graceful, truthful, faithful, and wise - and encourages us with ways we can better reflect God to...

    Maybe because of where I am in my journey with Christ, this book struck a chord. I so easily become self focused and this book helped me return my attention to the attributes of God and how everything I do in life is through His Spirit and by His grace, not my own strength. It also was...

    A worthy follow up to None Like Him. I was ready to start highlighting and underlying on the first page all the way to the last. Why not five stars then? Two small inaccuracies about the number of times to forgive and who asked Jesus ?What is Truth?? But otherwise the applicat...

  • Michelle
    Apr 21, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

  • Heather Persing
    May 20, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

    ***I received a copy of this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own*** Many of us have asked: What is God?s will for my life? What should I do? In her book, Jen Wilkin turns these questions around and asks: Who should I be? Using ten attributes of God, she s...

  • Claire Johnson
    Jun 01, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

  • Taylor
    Apr 23, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

  • Nicole
    Apr 26, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

  • Jessie Young
    May 09, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

  • Megan Byrd
    May 12, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

    ***I received a copy of this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own*** Many of us have asked: What is God?s will for my life? What should I do? In her book, Jen Wilkin turns these questions around and asks: Who should I be? Using ten attributes of God, she s...

    Excellent I really enjoyed this book and found it very helpful. I used it each day in my quiet time and I feel that I have learnt a lot about God and about being more like Him. I have already found myself changing my behaviour because of the book and my reflections on my learning. ...

    This book was on my reading list for 2018 and I was excited when Netgalley had it available to read and review. In order to be like Christ, to be seen by others In His Image, we need to know what the character of God is like. I have heard each of this in relationship to God; Love, M...

    In this book, we are reminded that, as image bearers of God, we are called to reflect characteristics of God. The book discusses ten in depth - holy, loving, just, good, merciful, patient, graceful, truthful, faithful, and wise - and encourages us with ways we can better reflect God to...

  • Tessa
    Apr 23, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

  • Kristy Berends
    Jun 13, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

    ***I received a copy of this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own*** Many of us have asked: What is God?s will for my life? What should I do? In her book, Jen Wilkin turns these questions around and asks: Who should I be? Using ten attributes of God, she s...

    Excellent I really enjoyed this book and found it very helpful. I used it each day in my quiet time and I feel that I have learnt a lot about God and about being more like Him. I have already found myself changing my behaviour because of the book and my reflections on my learning. ...

    This book was on my reading list for 2018 and I was excited when Netgalley had it available to read and review. In order to be like Christ, to be seen by others In His Image, we need to know what the character of God is like. I have heard each of this in relationship to God; Love, M...

    In this book, we are reminded that, as image bearers of God, we are called to reflect characteristics of God. The book discusses ten in depth - holy, loving, just, good, merciful, patient, graceful, truthful, faithful, and wise - and encourages us with ways we can better reflect God to...

    Maybe because of where I am in my journey with Christ, this book struck a chord. I so easily become self focused and this book helped me return my attention to the attributes of God and how everything I do in life is through His Spirit and by His grace, not my own strength. It also was...

  • Abigail
    May 02, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

  • Michaela
    May 12, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...

    Jen Wilkin begins by urging readers to ask a different question: not "What does God want me to do?" but, "Who does God want me to be?" and has written a great Bible study on growing in God's image by describing ten of His attributes. Her ideas are backed by scripture. Her writing is cl...

    This is the best book I?ve read in a long time. The goal of the book is to know God and allow him to make us more like Him. Wilkin gently but firmly guides the reader to know more about Gods character and challenges us to desire to reflect that character. Very practical. The applicat...

    "In His Image" is a Bible study on ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect. She talked about: holy, loving, good, just, merciful, gracious, faithful, patient, truthful, and wise. The author explored what it means to be holy, loving, etc., in a biblical sense--how Go...

    ***I received a copy of this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own*** Many of us have asked: What is God?s will for my life? What should I do? In her book, Jen Wilkin turns these questions around and asks: Who should I be? Using ten attributes of God, she s...

    Excellent I really enjoyed this book and found it very helpful. I used it each day in my quiet time and I feel that I have learnt a lot about God and about being more like Him. I have already found myself changing my behaviour because of the book and my reflections on my learning. ...

  • Kelli
    May 03, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

  • Becca-Rae
    May 09, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

  • Jillian Vincent
    Jun 10, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

  • Rachel Menke
    May 15, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

  • Suzanne Kane
    Apr 21, 2018

    This book is fantastic. Highly recommend! ...

    This was my non-fiction for the month of May. It was so good. I have loved everything Jen Wilkin has written and I can't recommend her enough ...

    We are to be Christlike but what does that mean? Wilkin helps readers understand that this goes beyond the ?What should I do?? to ?Who should I be?? She reminds us that we can know God's will for our character and godly character will produce godly action. I like that Wilki...

    I continue to be amazed at Jen Wilkin?s concise and down to earth way of presenting theology. She unpacks the will of God simply, and with such hope that we can truly reflect God?s image. Big takeaway: the will of God is more about who we become than what we do. Answer the question...

    First sentence: If you?ve ever said, ?I just want to know God?s will for my life,? this book is for you. Premise/plot: In His Image isn't your typical what-is-God's-will-for-my-life 'self-help' book. I'm tempted to put in the exclamation: far from it! Wilkin writes: God is ...

    "What good is it for me to choose the right home or spouse if I'm still eaten up with covetousness? What does it profit me to make the right choice if I'm still the wrong person? A lost person can make 'good choices'. But only a person indwelt by the Holy Spirit can make a good choice ...

    ?In His Image? is a study of 10 of God?s communicable attributes and how we should strive to reflect His character in these ways. It is a follow-up to her 2016 book ?None Like Him? which does the same with 10 incommunicable attributes. This books starts with the attribute of ...

    Received an early copy for review. Jen Wilkin is an author I'm starting to love. I love her writing style, her thoughts and how much scripture she includes in her books. In His Image is all about how we can reflect the character of God and not by just one example, but she gives us 1...

    Solid theology, Great outline, Awesome premise...So I gave it 4 stars. But not super memorable for me and nothing necessarily new or mind-blowing. I think I would?ve gleaned more had I read it with a group (there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter). ...

    In His Image Jen Wilkin's newest book, In His Image, continues the consideration of God's attributes which she began in her book None Like Him:10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing). The earlier book focused on characteristics of God which are unique to Him and...

    I received a free e-copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I'm very happy to have been given this book and I'm very thankful as well. Disclaimer: This book is about Christianity, God, and religion so if that isn't your cup of tea then this book isn't f...

    In His Image digs deep into some of the major the characteristics of God and how we can and should be reflections of Him to the world. The book looks at God Most Holy, Loving, Good, Just, Merciful, Gracious, Faithful, Patient, Truthful, and Wise. Hopefully this doesn?t come as a shoc...

    Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books "God's truth is communal, given not merely so that the individual can live in right relationship to God, but so that the individual can live in right relationship with others." I had never heard of or read anything from Jen Wilkin before I decided...

    In His Image is the companion/sequel book to Jen Wilkin?s None Like Him, one of my favorite reads last year. While None Like Him covered the attributes of God that are solely His (and applying them to ourselves results in sin), In His Image is all about His communicable characteristi...

    I had the joy of reading "In His Image" by Jen Wilkin (available in paperback May 31st, available on Kindle now). Just a short commendation on the author: I would describe her writing as rich, simple, straight-forward, appropriately fun, relevant, relatable, not fluffy, and not watered...

    4 Stars I really appreciate Jen Wilkin and her approach to scripture. I enjoy that this book is not of the typical self-help variety that is so often found in the Christian Non-Fiction world. Rather, it is one that constantly points us back to Christ. While Wilkin and I have a few d...

    This book is the companion book and the natural next step to Jen Wilkin's provious book "None Like Him." "None Like Him" explored 10 traits of God that are only unique to him, his incommunicable traits, and likewise caused the reader to take a look at the ways we are not like God and w...

    Wilken's book came at such a needed time in my life, when I was questioning His will for various aspects of my life. Wilken rightly points out the way to know this is by knowing Him and pursing God's communicable attributes in our lives. "Without meaning to, we can begin to regard ...

    `In His Image` 10 Ways God Calls us to Reflect His Character by author Jen Wilkin is a Spiritual growth book for believers. Jen says most Christians are asking the wrong question, `What Should I Do`, instead they should ask, `Who Should I Be`? She says, `If we focus on our actions wit...

    I?ve heard a lot about Jen Wilkin and her books on social media, so I was really excited when I saw this book was available on Crossway?s blogger program for review! (I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.) This book is short? less than 200 page...

    I received an advance review copy of this book from Netgalley and Crossway. Having been blessed by Jen Wilkins? previous books I was excited to read her newest title and I was certainly not disappointed. The book outlines 10 communicable attributes of God (eg. Gracious, Mercifu...