Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done

Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done

An invitation for overachievers to discover what it means to rest as God's daughters without compromising their God-given design as doers. Though she didn't sit at Jesus's feet like her sister Mary, biblical Martha was loved just as she was--and you are too. This practical resource invites modern-day Marthas to sit down spiritually as they exchange try-hard striving for hop An invitation for overachievers to discover what it means to rest as God's daughters without compromising their God-g...

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Title:Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done
Author:Katie M. Reid
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:9780735291
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:240 pages pages

Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done Reviews

  • Nathan Albright
    May 07, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

  • Kristin
    Apr 20, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

  • Dianna
    Feb 28, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

  • Melissa
    Apr 15, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

  • Melissa
    Apr 15, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

  • Joanne Viola
    Jul 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

  • Tricia Hackney
    Apr 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

    I was given a digital copy of this wonderful read by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book!! We've recently been studying Martha in my Sunday School class and between that class and this book - I've learned that I'm absolutely a Martha!!! Perfectionist, queen of...

  • Kim Stewart
    Apr 15, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

  • Sharon Vander Meer
    Feb 25, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

  • Beverly Lineberry
    Jul 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

  • Melissa Henderson
    Jun 07, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

  • Becky B
    Jun 02, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)
    Aug 04, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

  • PoshTomes
    Feb 06, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

    I was given a digital copy of this wonderful read by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book!! We've recently been studying Martha in my Sunday School class and between that class and this book - I've learned that I'm absolutely a Martha!!! Perfectionist, queen of...

    If you're a to-do list maker, a type-A girl, the first to volunteer and serve and give of yourself until you've run dry... run to the words in Katie's first book. Many of us have heard the story of Mary and Martha. Over and over, Mary seems to receive the A+ and the gold star, while...

    I am so a Martha! I really connected with this book and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was challenged but I walked away with a better understanding of who I am. ...

  • Mary Elsbury
    Jun 27, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

  • Alley
    Jun 28, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

  • Kate Motaung
    Jan 25, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

  • Jen Ferguson
    Jul 04, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

  • Susan Mead
    Jun 04, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

  • Kaitlyn Bouchillon
    May 02, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

    I was given a digital copy of this wonderful read by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book!! We've recently been studying Martha in my Sunday School class and between that class and this book - I've learned that I'm absolutely a Martha!!! Perfectionist, queen of...

    If you're a to-do list maker, a type-A girl, the first to volunteer and serve and give of yourself until you've run dry... run to the words in Katie's first book. Many of us have heard the story of Mary and Martha. Over and over, Mary seems to receive the A+ and the gold star, while...

  • The Word Nerdess
    Apr 24, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

  • thereadingowlvina (Elvina Ulrich)
    Jun 13, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

  • Megan Ericson
    Jul 09, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

    I was given a digital copy of this wonderful read by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book!! We've recently been studying Martha in my Sunday School class and between that class and this book - I've learned that I'm absolutely a Martha!!! Perfectionist, queen of...

    If you're a to-do list maker, a type-A girl, the first to volunteer and serve and give of yourself until you've run dry... run to the words in Katie's first book. Many of us have heard the story of Mary and Martha. Over and over, Mary seems to receive the A+ and the gold star, while...

    I am so a Martha! I really connected with this book and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was challenged but I walked away with a better understanding of who I am. ...

    I was drawn to the title of the book Made Like Martha?Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid because I, too, follow the Martha pattern as an organized, take charge, list checker, can-do woman and yet we all know about the gentle reprimand Martha received from o...

    If your worth and value is often tied to your ability to perform for the acceptance and approval of others, Made like Marth is a must-read book for you! If worry is your default emotion, this book is for you. If you are a doer by design, this book is for you. Katie Reid gentle invit...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my Perfectionist/Enneagram 1 heart! Made Like Martha gave me permission to be proud of my Martha status and not beat myself up about not being Mary at Jesus' feet. I was divinely wired this way. There is nothing wrong with me. The author, bei...

  • Sarah Koontz
    Jul 10, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

    I was given a digital copy of this wonderful read by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book!! We've recently been studying Martha in my Sunday School class and between that class and this book - I've learned that I'm absolutely a Martha!!! Perfectionist, queen of...

    If you're a to-do list maker, a type-A girl, the first to volunteer and serve and give of yourself until you've run dry... run to the words in Katie's first book. Many of us have heard the story of Mary and Martha. Over and over, Mary seems to receive the A+ and the gold star, while...

    I am so a Martha! I really connected with this book and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was challenged but I walked away with a better understanding of who I am. ...

    I was drawn to the title of the book Made Like Martha?Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid because I, too, follow the Martha pattern as an organized, take charge, list checker, can-do woman and yet we all know about the gentle reprimand Martha received from o...

    If your worth and value is often tied to your ability to perform for the acceptance and approval of others, Made like Marth is a must-read book for you! If worry is your default emotion, this book is for you. If you are a doer by design, this book is for you. Katie Reid gentle invit...

  • Carol Ensminger
    Jul 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

  • Michelle Castaneda
    Mar 13, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

  • Michelle Castaneda
    Mar 13, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

  • Lorraine Reep
    Jun 25, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

  • Jennifer
    Jul 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

  • Gleniece
    Jul 04, 2018

    About this book: ?Are you a Martha who feels guilty for not being a Mary? Do you want to sit at Jesus?s feet as Mary did?but you feel the need to get things done? In Made Like Martha, Katie M. Reid invites you to exchange try-hard striving for hope-filled freedom without aban...

    GREAT news for the modern-day Martha! I strive to always get things done while secretly wish to be more like Mary. I love knowing I?m not the only one as Katie shares other stories of women I have long admired for their unwavering faith. My heart has been encouraged by Katie?s w...

    This book was a breath of fresh air for my try-hard soul. It reminded me of the sufficient grace provided by the One who has already done it all on my behalf. If you've ever felt as if your worth is affected by your work, this book is for you. It is a glorious invitation to live as a b...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Encouragement for those who relate more to Martha than Mary. Ways to use your strengths; how to slow down and let go; and a reminder that Martha wasn't bad, she was perhaps just caught up in the moment. ...

    ***Unpopular opinion alert!*** Are you a doer, an industrious or a to-do-list type of person? In other words, are you Martha who chose to busy herself with chores instead of resting at the feet of Jesus just like what her sister Mary has chosen? Both sisters were serving Jesus, 41 ...

    I?ve been a Christ follower for over forty-six years and I?ve been an overachiever since preschool. I love checklists, finishing a project and knowing it was well done. I enjoy practicing hospitality and I have always felt a kinship with Martha in the Biblical account of Jesus? v...

    This book is amazing. Katie is spot on throughout the book. You feel like she is talking to you. I can certainly relate to this book as I am like Martha. This book has taught me that being a "Martha" is not a bad thing, but a good thing. I've learned to take time a be still and listen ...

    Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book...

    Excellent book full of encouragement and wisdom. The author reminds us to share time with God daily and not "put off" our precious moments with God. There will always be things to take care of, chores to do, places to go and more. Remember what is most important and that is sharing our...

    Made like Martha is such a truly engaging book. Martha in the bible was known from the story where her sister Mary sat at Jesus feet while Martha toiled away getting things done. Martha asked Jesus to tell her sister to help her but instead Jesus addressed the attitude with which Marth...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid is a new book on a common topic for women. In this book, the author calls women to stop striving and to sit at Jesus' feet. For a topic that is written about so frequently, I expected much of the same. Howe...

    Wow - Katie Reid gets it. She effortlessly used Truth to back up her message of acceptance, love and encouragement for the ?Modern Day Martha.? While I?ve always been a doer, Katie brought to light some habits and experiences of mine I didn?t even realize were rooted in a ?...

    I recently had the opportunity to read Made Like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid. This book is like a breath of fresh air as Katie shares her own struggles with striving to get things done. Not just some things but everything. The book is a wond...

    It's so important to embrace who you are! There are so many good things about girls who love to get things done! If you're a Martha, you have a purpose and a plan and God has equipped you with many gifts for you to use for His Kingdom. But this book is so good for helping you figure ou...

    As someone who enjoys crossing things off a to-do list, this book was an encouragement to me to remember that while doing and serving and accomplishing is good, it is also good to be able to sit back and rest in the Lord and reflect on all that I've already accomplished by His grace. K...

    I?m a ?and ? girl. My life is crazy busy and yet I get so many things done! Of course, I love to sit at the feet of Jesus but I?m more wired like Martha, the one who is a doer (and often gets a bad rap!) I just finished reading Made Like Martha (because I am!) and it is indeed ...

    Are you constantly pushing yourself to get things done, all the while being worried that you don?t measure up? Made Like Martha explores the tension between being a ?doer? and someone who is resting in God?s grace. Using the story of Mary and Martha, Katie M. Reid, writes fr...

    This book is a breath of fresh air. Katie's balanced perspective on Martha is refreshing. She shares insights in her book that make you wish you could sit across from her with a cup of coffee and talk through life together. This book is full of biblical truths that speak life to the he...

    A book for all the modern Marthas, the women who are wired to be doers, of how to examine their motivations for doing, to make sure their hearts are in the right place and that they aren?t trying to earn their way into God?s family. It?s a reminder to receive and give grace. Ther...

    [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] When I was reading this book, as someone well acquainted with the cultural importance of the sons of Martha [1], my main thought concerning the materials from my own pe...

    Quotes: "I didn't choose to be a doer; I was designed to be one. This temperament--this nature--is here to stay. It's not to be erased but rather to be celebrated and used for God's glory." "May our 'what if' worry be changed to 'even if' worship as we remember who is with us. Ev...

    Are you made like Martha or more like Mary? I thought I was more like Mary, yet the truths Katie Reid shares in Made Like Martha revealed a LOT of Martha in me. What a heads up that is! Take note, you may want to learn how to wear your Martha well too! ...

    I was given a digital copy of this wonderful read by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book!! We've recently been studying Martha in my Sunday School class and between that class and this book - I've learned that I'm absolutely a Martha!!! Perfectionist, queen of...

    If you're a to-do list maker, a type-A girl, the first to volunteer and serve and give of yourself until you've run dry... run to the words in Katie's first book. Many of us have heard the story of Mary and Martha. Over and over, Mary seems to receive the A+ and the gold star, while...

    I am so a Martha! I really connected with this book and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was challenged but I walked away with a better understanding of who I am. ...

    I was drawn to the title of the book Made Like Martha?Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done by Katie M. Reid because I, too, follow the Martha pattern as an organized, take charge, list checker, can-do woman and yet we all know about the gentle reprimand Martha received from o...