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What others are saying about
The Path to Becoming a Proverbs 31 Wife


“First of all, I want you to know how much I absolutely LOVED this devotional. It touched my heart in so many ways that I can’t even begin to describe it. I applaud you for the beauty of this book, the simple truth and wisdom you convey without bludgeoning your reader with “you ought to…”  I find that people who write on this topic go one of two ways — in a very rules-oriented direction of  “oughts” or in a loving enticement to their women readers as you have done. It’s simply a beautiful book and I can’t wait until it’s in print to buy a copy!”  – Hanne Moon, Editor, Heritage Press Publications


“Over the years I’ve read quite a few studies on Proverbs 31.  As a wife of 22 years, I know what it’s like to be overwhelmed in marriage by my desire to “do good” for my husband.  Jennifer has written a fresh approach to these holy scriptures. You will be encouraged, challenged, and inspired through her vivid stories as you read each day’s devotion. She is so relatable in each chapter that you find yourself cheering you both on as you read.  One thing is for sure. We cannot live out our marriages as status quo. We all have room to change and grow. “The Path to Becoming a Proverbs 31 Wife” will do just that -Inspire you to change, to grow and to become the wife God has designed you to be.”                        – Cherie Zack, District Women’s Director for the South Carolina District Council of the Assemblies of God and founder of The Imperfect Wives  Ministry                                                                        


“Unfortunately, in today’s society, there has been an avalanche of brides who no longer take their marriage vows seriously. They love their husbands as long as they have all their wants and needs provided for. They grow tired of comforting and keeping them. They forsake their marriage responsibilities for people, places and things. They threw for as long as they both shall live out the window and substituted it for as long as it feels good.  I thank God that Jennifer has been inspired to write this devotional. It is bringing us back to the basics – back to how God intended marriage to be.”

“There is no marital status really required to read this book. It doesn’t matter whether you are single, married, separated or divorce. Every person needs to read and receive the message that is placed before you. I am grateful that Jennifer had the courage to remind us of what a marriage is all about. Might I be so bold to suggest you grab a cup of coffee or your favorite tea, buckle up because it all began the moment you said, ‘I do.’                                                            

– Sheri Powell, Christian author and founder of Pausing with God Ministries





“This book!!!” – G.C.


Hi there! I just had to tell you that I got a copy of your book and am glad I did. I’ve only read Day 1 so far, but I think it’s going to take me about a week to take it all in. It has definitely made me reevaluate how I’ve been doing things. After reading four pages, I know this is going to be good. Thank you for allowing God to use you. Blessings!” – N.S


“Still enjoying your book. Slowly. Every page speaks to me. God is good. I am so far from where I should be but trusting God to help me overcome my weaknesses. Going to put on the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness today.” – L.L.


“You know I was reluctant to even read this book for the first several days because of how hurt and hard my heart was. Protecting myself I guess…I just read chapters 27 and 28 and don’t know how to tell you what those chapters have done to my heart and spirit…I am sobbing as I type this because it is so where I am and so what I need right now. The Lord is convicting me of sliding off the wall where I was supposed to be watching. In my hurt, anger, and offense, I forgot that the devil was my enemy and that he was gunning for my marriage and family and I ran away from being in the position to pray and protect them and went to hide and try to protect my own heart. And we have all suffered as a result…It’s too late for some things but I know I can re-arm myself and get back up there on the wall. And that’s what I will do.” – T.


“JESUS began dealing with my heart, even though I am a good wife I do have lots of room for improvement and learning…I began to get a yearning to become that Proverbs 31 wife…I want to become that wife because one day I will stand before our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and I will be held accountable for my life here on earth…I am to be a helpmate/ help meet for my husband…I am to be the calm and steady in every storm, trial, and attack…I am to be anchored in FAITH…I am to be strong and solid in good times and in bad, I am to show great courage rather than fear and I am made for the storm…in saying that, I am going to begin posting every day about something I have learned from reading, and I’m going to be praying for each and every marriage… Thanks, Jennifer Rash, for your time and commitment in writing this book! I want to be a Proverbs 31 Wife!” – D.Z.




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