A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit: 5 Habits From The Book Of Ruth– Book Review

A Woman Who Doesn't Quit

A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit by Nicki Koziarz– Book Review

At the beginning of March, I had the privilege of being a part of the Book Team that helped Nicki Koziarz launch 5 Habits Of A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit. Currently, I’m part of a group with Proverbs 31 who is studying the book online.

I do not make these kinds of statements often, but I want to share with you that 5 Habits Of A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit is having a profound effect on my life. In fact, it’s the most practical and personally applicable Bible Study I’ve walked through in a long time!

If you are going through the study or planning on reading the book, I highly recommend Nicki’s companion book, A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit – 5 Habits From The Book of Ruth to you too!

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A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit is a 158-page workbook that expands on the material in 5 Habits Of A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit and provides you with the encouragement, the space, and the planning tools you need to put the lessons you are learning into action!

For those of you who are new to the material, A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit (along with the original book) is a book about perseverance in the face of adversity. By studying the biblical book of Ruth, we learn how to embrace and apply the following principles into your life:

  • Accept the assignment of refinement.
  • Follow through with your commitments, in spite of how you feel.
  • Stay open to the movement of God.
  • Give others what you need.
  • Move forward in faith.

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My copy of 5 Habits Of A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit is filled with pages of red underlining and comments in the margin – so what I like most about A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit is that the book provides plenty of space for note-taking and journaling, as well as pages filled with inspirational quotes!

If you are the type of women who has a tendency to over-commit, who gets discouraged when things don’t go her way, who starts new projects enthused but loses steam along the way, or who rarely finishes the things she starts, then A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit is an essential book for you to read and work through!

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

Video – 5 Habits Of A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit

About Nicki Koziarz

NIcki Korizrz

Nicki Koziarz is married to a marathon-running man and the mother of three beautiful but hormonal girls. Recently she and her husband purchased a fixer upper farm where life has become quite the adventure, and there’s always some weird smell to figure out.

When Nicki speaks, she inspires others to encounter God in a powerful way; believe in the power of Jesus to overcome the impossible in their lives; and unite the Church from generation to generation.

An evangelist at heart, Nicki has an unrelenting focus to spread the gospel through her generation effectively and powerfully.

Nicki is on staff with Proverbs 31 Ministries as their Online Bible Study coordinator where she helps lead thousands of women through studies. She contributes to the Encouragement for Today online daily devotional and is featured in the NIV Real-Life Devotional Bible for Women.


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23 Responses to “A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit: 5 Habits From The Book Of Ruth– Book Review”

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  1. Ellen Pilch says:

    This sounds like a wonderful book.

  2. Lisa Orchard says:

    Thanks for the heads up about this book. I appreciate the info. I’m stopping over from Sits girls!

  3. This book sounds inspiring. I will have to check into more and maybe add it to my reading list.

  4. Tanya @ Mom's Small Victories
    Twitter: momsvictories

    What inspiring quotes and book this seems to be! “Give others what you need” is a great motto to have to remember to treat others as you want to be treated yourself. Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you found some great posts to visit this week!

  5. I love the book of Ruth, so this definitely looks like a interesting study.

  6. I’ve done one of the books on the Proverbs 31 studies before, although I didn’t actually do the Bible Study in real time. . .. in fact I’m reading the book right now and I got it 2 years ago, probably! Ha. No other way to say how much I should actually read THIS book! This one sounds like it’s right up my alley. Hope you have a great week, R.

  7. Long Ladies says:

    Oh I’m so excited to have stumbled upon this post in a Linkup! I’m always on the lookout for new Bible studies! I just finished one today on finding the confidence in God (a study in the book of Colossians) and it was amazing!
    Thank you so much for sharing this review.

  8. Julia says:

    Thanks for sharing this resource. I try to model this and want to cultivate it in my children as well. http://projectsandparenting.com/self-efficacy-parenting-5-things-every-parent-needs-know/

  9. This is a well-timed read for me as I’ve been pondering Ruth and Naomi for something I’m working on. Thanks for the insight into this book!

  10. This book sounds like a winner. Of all the Ruth principles listed, “give others what you need” has really piqued my curiosity. Thanks for the recommendation.

  11. Thanks for this post. I think I will be getting those 2!

  12. This sounds like an amazing book, and I love when authors do workbooks to accompany their books! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week 🙂

  13. Sounds like a good read! There are so many wonderful examples of perseverance in the Word. Visiting from #Literacy Musing Mondays today 🙂

  14. Tina at Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent

    Pinning and making note of this recommendation! Thank you for being a part of Booknificent Thursday this week.


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