I can’t even express this enough, I love this book! Being a mother, a wife, sister, friend, daughter, and etc. this book speaks volumes of the God given dreams into my life and to pause, reflect, and to be encourage. I highly recommend this book!
What a wonderful book about finding and discovering dreams and following what God is putting in your heart. It's a very encouraging uplifting read. Ms. Bluhm has an easy to read writing style full of personal stories. She is relatable. I did wish there was more scripture. When talking about dreams God must be at the forefront and I felt like there could have been a better balance of scripture and commentary. I did love the study guide book and wish there was a hybrid. Two books in one type deal... that would make it more powerful and easier to walk through if everything was in one book. It's a great starting point to work through dreams for sure. Great for teens, young women, new believers, and those who aren't sure where they feel God leading them. I received a copy of these books from the author as part of the launch team. I was under no compulsion to write a positive review. All thoughts are my own.
We all have dreams. Some small, some large, some that we reach with ease, and some that seem impossible. In “She Dreams”, Bluhm encourages her readers to strive for our God-size dreams, all while keeping our eyes on the One who gave us those dreams.
This book talked about the importance of not comparing ourselves to other women and their progress, persevering even when our lives do not go as planned, not giving up because of “haters”, and mentoring and helping other women reach their dreams, along with many other nuggets of truth. I found the book to be like an uplifting, motivational speech that will be a nudge for women everywhere to follow their dreams and do what God intended in their lives.
I would recommend this book for any woman, at any stage of life. You are never too young or too old to dream!
“In our lives we will experience dreams dying, dreams being resurrected, and dreams becoming reality. Through it all, may the Dream Giver always be the One we long for – more than our dreams, more than our plans; may the Dream Giver be the One we are after. I promise you this: the One who created us will always be enough for us. As we place Him on the throne of our lives, we can run toward our dreams with the Dream Giver, never apart from Him. He is the Giver of the dream, our Partner as we pursue the dream, and the One who gives us the victory.”
I had the privilege of reviewing, She Dreams by Tiffany Bluhm. The author did a splendid job in writing, organizing, and promoting this book. This book is powerful and motivating, I am empowered to press in every dream I have laid aside. The author even shared her dreams, fears, and all the in-between things. I am truly blessed and grateful for this book and the impact it gives to all women who will read it. There were so many nuggets that I can relate too that I marked up my book very good. I like the beginning of the book and the poem before the first chapter, the poem embraces us for what lies ahead in the reading of the book. Women take on so many roles that we push our dreams aside to help others, but then forget about our own dreams. This book could not have come at a better time and I encourage all women to buy this book. Tiffany has a heart to serve and the motivation to inspire others. Its always great that family support you in your dreams and assist in some way to help you fulfill them. This book shows others that if you’re not living the life you want to live, then God and you can create it in faith. The author encourages us to dream big and don’t give up. If God has given it to you, you are called to do that thing. Keep the faith and continue to press for success! #shedreamsbook
What a thoughtfully written and encouraging book! She Dreams reads like a conversation at a coffee shop with a good friend. Bluhm encourages the reader to pursue their dreams, but first and foremost to pursue the Dream Giver — God. Bluhm regularly weaves the Word into the book, reminding me that as God works in my heart and I pursue him above all, his dreams become mine.
I find it all too easy to judge a book by its cover. (So the fact that this one highlights my favorite color and makes me think of the beach is promising.) I never would have imagined the author’s story to be what it is, and am amazed at how God brought beauty from ashes — repeatedly.
As a fellow PNW girl, I particularly enjoyed the occasional Seattle references! (Can I run down to Tacoma for a cup of coffee?)
I received a copy of She Reads from Read With Audra / Audra Jennings PR. All opinions are my own.
I received this book on my Kindle for the purpose of review.
As I began this book I was honestly resistant to continue reading it. However, as I purposed to get through at least one chapter, I found her thought processes and suggested actions to be quite practical and helpful.
I agree with her principle of moving forward with your dream and never give up, which is That is easier said than done but I do believe in finishing what you start. So, in that respect I can certainly readily endorse this book. Good read, very practical and I would especially recommend it to anyone at any age but would strongly suggest it be read by a college student and above.
I myself was prompted to move forward with my own dream even though late in life.
I enjoyed this book, mostly because we can all relate to dreaming and having some of those dreams crash and burn, causing us to become more cautious. This book was just the gently push I needed to remind me that "When we move forward towards our dreams, taking the lessons we've learned from our broken moments with us, we are stronger, not weaker." (page 32) I love the personal stories that Tiffany shares and the encouragement to listen to God, the creator of dreams, and start working towards those dreams. I received this book through Reading with Audra. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.
In her book, She Dreams, Tiffany Bluhm talks about the dreams that God has placed in our hearts. Throughout her book, she shares personal stories of how she has pursued the God-sized dreams that she has and how she worked through hindrances to those dreams. Overall, this is an encouraging book that inspires readers to follow their dreams.
This book was written for me. Truly. I got chills reading certain chapters. Specifically the chapter, "Haters Gonna Hate." I cried. I've set aside a certain dream for fear that my skin isn't thick enough. This book is so inspiring to women to pursue the dreams God has placed within them. I'm so grateful to have received an advanced copy from the publisher for my honest review. Honestly? It's life changing.
Ever feel like you're in a season where your focus is just on surviving or meeting the need of others? Tiffany Bluhm reminds us that as women we have God sized dreams that we are meant to cherish and pursue. She speaks openly and honestly (with a good bit of humor) about what often holds us back and encourages us to take steps to live who we are meant to be. Highly recommend!
She Dreams, has truly inspired the dreamer inside of me that has been sitting quiet for some time to begin dreaming again. Juggling motherhood, marriage and a full time job - can tend to take over those ideas and aspirations that truly inspire me. She Dreams has reminded me that taking time to pursue your passions, in which God has given you the abilities to chase, is what makes you better for all those that ask of your best daily.
This is one of those books/studies that you keep on your shelf and continue to return to for encouragement in many different seasons of life!
This book was so encouraging! Lately I've felt like my dreams seem further and further away, to the point where I questioned if they were God-given in the first place. Tiffany is armed with grit and grace as she uses the life of Moses to remind us not only of our dreams, but of the Dream Giver himself. I would recommend this to anyone who feels like life is passing them by and their dreams are too far gone.