Want to help me out and win a $20 Gift Card?

Okay, so most of you know I’m in the process of writing a book. My first book! Just last week my publisher chose my suggested title, and I just about jumped out of my chair! I hope you like it as much as I do. You ready? Drum roll please…

A Confident Heart

I love those three words. They describe what I have always wanted. For so many years I lived with an insecure, fear-filled, doubting-myself kind of heart. But over the past several years, God has taken me on a journey of moving beyond simply believing in Him to really believing Him; to really putting my trust in the power of His promises and living like they are true!

Some days I do much better than others. But when I choose to believe and live what I know about who I am and Whose I am, I experience a wonderful thing – a confident heart!

Do women struggle with self doubt?
Last year I surveyed over 1200 women about their self doubts. Here is some of what they shared when I asked what doubt whispers and how doubt affects them:

92% hear doubt whisper:You’re not good enough.”

85 – 90% hear doubt whisper: “You can’t balance your life.” “You’re not gifted enough.” “You worry too much.” “You’re not smart enough.” “You’ll never change.” You can’t follow God consistently.”“If people knew who you really are…”

95% say doubt makes them: feel like quitting or giving up; feel paralyzed or stuck; question how and what they are doing; feel uncertain about God’s plan for their lives; feel discouraged and defeated; distracted; or steals their focus.

I am praying, “A Confident Heart” will set women free from the trap of doubt and give them the God-fidence that is ours when we live in power of His promises.

How can you help?
I need a subtitle to summarize what will be inside the book. And that is where I’m getting stuck. So, I’ve decided to call upon some of the smartest people I know…YOU! Will you help me think through the subtitle?

This message will help a woman navigate through the causes and paralyzing effects of self-doubt and illustrate, through Biblical and real-life examples, how she can live confidently in the truth of who she is and who she can become in Christ. A Confident Heart will give voice to the questions, doubts, struggles, and hopes many women have but are afraid to admit. This book will set free the captive heart that lives in the darkness of insecurity and uncertainty, but longs for the illumination of God’s power, truth, and grace. This is not a cookie-cutter approach to forever eliminating doubt like one would a grass stain on a white T-shirt. It’s about learning how to identify, process, and even use doubt to get you to a place of secure dependence, by stepping out of doubt’s shadows and into the power of God’s promises.

How can you win a gift card?
Will you read over the following subtitles and let me know what you think about them? Would any of them grab your attention and prompt you to want to buy this book?

A Confident Heart
How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God’s Promises

A Confident Heart
Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

A Confident Heart
Learning to Live in the Power of God’s Promises

Which one do you like best? Please vote for one, and if you think of another idea (after reading what the book is about), also give us your suggestion.

For everyone that comments between today and the weekend, I will enter you into a random drawing to win a $20 Starbucks or Target card. Bribery isn’t all bad right? I’ll announce the winner Monday morning! Feel free to comment as many times as you like as ideas come to you.

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Include your email or come back Monday so I can let you know you won.

Roll Call please. Tell me where you are from (state, country) and your age. Pleeeeaaaasee. It’s so helpful and interesting to know more about you who gather here.

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More than ever before, I need your help and your opinion. And I know you have one. Please don’t doubt that what you think will be helpful!! My publisher and I want to hear your thoughts and we value your input. It’s you (and women like you) that I’m writing this book for!

About Renee

Renee Swope is a Word-lover, story-teller, heart-encourager and grace-needer. She's also a wife, mom, friend, daughter and author of A Confident Heart, a Retailers Choice Award winning book that became a best-seller and has been published in six languages, with over 150,000 copies sold. Renee is speaks around the country at women's events and and serves on the writing team for DaySpring’s inCourage blog. For twenty years, Renee served in leadership at Proverbs 31 Ministries and as former co-host of the ministry's radio program, “Everyday Life with Lysa & Renee.

Comments

  1. A Confident Heart
    Will You Believe?

    ashepherd@cableone.net

    Don't know if a subtitle can be a question but…..

    or

    A Confident Heart
    Choosing to Believe

  2. A Confident Heart
    How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God

    or A Confident Heart
    How to silence whispering doubts and really believe God's promises

    I like the words doubt, believe and promises…

    Can't wait to read it, Renee!!
    lisa@andrewsmithteam.com

    I'm so thankful for your friendship, support and prayer! love you!
    xoxo

  3. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    Open the door to your heart, it's God, won't you let me in?

    (or)

    A Confident Heart
    Choosing the chamber of life over the chamber of doubt.

    cindycadams@hotmail.com

  4. Woo-hooo!!! So exciting to see your title and to get to give my input on a subtitle! 🙂

    I like "How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God." Love, love that one!

    I am 33 years old, live in SC, and you are writing this book for me!!! Okay, not for me personally, but I am one of the women you are writing this for!!!! 🙂

    A woman who wants a confident heart,
    K 🙂

  5. How to start living in the power of God's TRUTH…

    I fully believe when we are not confident, we are believing the devils lies, so I think the work Truth should be in the title.

    Shannon
    Clear Lake MN
    age 37

  6. A Confident Heart: The truth of who you are through God

    A Confident Heart: A journey to understanding how to positively work through doubt

    Lisa
    TN, 29

    I loved the word Godfidence,

    This one may be a stretch… well they all might be but…

    A Confident Heart: A Journey to finding peace through the power of God-fidence.

  7. I think Learning to live in the power of God's promises. I know he has promised us many things but the problem is I don't know if I am worthy of them and are they really for me? Can't wait to read the book.
    Mississippi,34

  8. Anonymous says:

    I do not know if this is too long or not but it's just a thought.
    "A Confident Heart",
    Learning to release doubt and live in God's powerful promises.
    "A Confident Heart"
    Exchanging your doubts for his powerful promises.
    A Confident Heart"
    The power in releasing doubts.

    I'm so excited about knowing that there is a book comming out that you are writing. I would be honored to have the chance to read anything that you have written. There is so much power in what you write and honesty. If you write this book anything like you write your blogs it will bless so many women, some that you may never meet but your book will reach them and bring deliverance and healing. God bless you as you write. Lora, 38 High Point North Carolina

  9. One more…
    A Confident Heart:
    how to stop doubting yourself and start trusting God

  10. A Confident Heart
    Trusting God means letting go and leaving it with Him.

    A Confident Heart
    Do we trust God?

    A Confident Heart
    Stop believing the lies of the Enemy and believe in Gods promises.

    A Confident Heart
    God is always there to reassure us.

    Those were a few ideas that mean something to me because they are things that I do struggle with.

    I am so looking forward to reading your book when it comes out.

    Thankyou for sharing your times of doubt and how God is working in those times in your life.

    I am 37 and live in Littleton, NH in the beautiful White Mountains.

    Chrissy

  11. A Confident Heart:
    How to let go of Doubt and Grab hold of God's promises

    If that's too long then:

    A Confident Heart:
    How to Let Go of Doubt

    That would be enough to draw me in. I look forward to reading this because He has me on this same journey right now.

    Blessings to you!

    Bonnelle
    Omaha, NE
    b.pagel@yahoo.com
    Age – 44

  12. I love the second one but would take out the "How" and "and"

    Just point blank, plain, simple, stop and start. "Stop doubting yourself start believing God.

    But then again I'm exhausted and delirious! Can't wait to read it!

    Paula G.

  13. A Confident Heart – Learning to live through God's promises

    Can't wait for the book!
    Cindy – http://cindyhaux.blogspot.com
    Thanks!

  14. A Confident Heart
    How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God.

    This books sounds perfect for me.

    Blessings,
    Joanne
    1holycow@gmail.com

  15. "A Confident Heart – Anchored Securely in God's Love"

    or "Anchored Securely in God's Truths"

    Psalm 71:5
    For You have been my hope, O Sovereign LORD, my confidence since my youth.

    Excited about your first book!
    Sharon

  16. Opps!!

    My real email address is:

    1holycow2@gmail.com

    Joanne

  17. A Confident Heart
    Walking away from self doubt and toward God's truth

    PA
    48 yrs.old

  18. A Confident Heart
    Living in God's power, promises, truth and love.

    billyada@bellsouth.net

    FL
    44

  19. I liked "A Confident Heart How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises" Or how about "A Confident Heart: Moving Beyond Self Doubt into the Power of His Promises"
    A lot of the other ones the ladies posted all sound so good. God has the perfect one in mind that I am sure you will know when you see it. I'm looking forward to reading your book.
    PS I just turned 50 (ouch), am raising 4 kids (10,12,15,17) and live in FL

  20. You once said something that "stuck" for me…

    [A Confident Heart]
    Leave the shadow of your doubts, and live in the shadow of the Cross

    When I have doubts I try to filter them through the Cross. Not only do I believe… Jesus believes in me! Besides, living in the shadow of the Cross is very forgiving and freeing 🙂

  21. Instead of the How to – i like just simply "Stop doubting yourself and start believing in God."

  22. jill in palm coast says:

    I like: Learning to live in the power of God's promises.

    Jill Hoke
    Palm Coast,FL
    37 years old
    jillhoke@yahoo.com

  23. Anonymous says:

    I like one of the other commentors suggestion – Anchored in God's Truth. I believe we must be looking for our identity in Him and His truth for our lives. Satan loves when we doubt and stray from what GOD says about us and our relationship with Him. Personally I don't care for a subtitle that has "how" in it. I don't particularly want another "how to" book. For some reason it brings connotations of a list of should and shouldn'ts in order to obtain a confident heart. Hope that makes sense!

    I'm 40, residing overseas

  24. Renee, I like the second one the best…"How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God". That one would capture my attention the most, and make me want to read the book.

    Rachel
    rachel.beran@yahoo.com
    NE Iowa
    33 years old

    🙂 Looking forward to reading your book!! 🙂

  25. My personal favorite is…

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Danette (46)
    danetteh2004@yahoo.com
    Pearland, TX

  26. I like the first one the most–and the second one comes in a close second! 🙂 I don't like the third one because it doesn't address "doubt" and that's what the book is about.

    How about this combination?

    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God's Promises

    Prayers and blessings, Renee!

    Rebecca
    35
    Vancleave, MS

  27. Anonymous says:

    Your book sounds great. I like How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God. But I would leave off the how to..

    A Confident Heart
    Stop doubting yourself-Start believing God.

    I live in Minnesota and I'm 46

    Would love to read it when it's finished…Beth
    jeffandbeth82@hotmail.com

  28. A Confident Heart: Free to Live

  29. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    angiespencer72@yahoo.com

    age 37, Indiana

  30. I like the first option you mentioned. I also wanted to make a suggestion. Something that you said in your description of your book resonated with me — "step out of its shadows and into the power of God's promises", so how about

    A Confident Heart: Stepping Out of the Shadow of Doubt and Into the Power of God's Promises

    God's blessings on your quest!

    Pam

  31. Sorry, I forgot to tell that I am 40 years old and I live in SC.
    Pam

  32. Anonymous says:

    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    ccarter1053@sbcglobal.net
    56 yrs. old
    Deer Park, TX

  33. A Confident Hear

    How to stop doubting yourseld & start believing God.

    Kimberly.n.smith.i6kj@statefarm.com

    Love your blog – I read it daily! Can't wait to read your new book!

  34. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I like the word Choose also. Choosing to live with God's promises

    Or maybe even A Confident Heart – Filling your heart with God's grace

    Andrea
    Peoria, AZ
    32 years old

  35. My name is Sarah Gillaspie.

    I currently live in Maryland, and I am 31. For your subtitle I like simply: believing and trusting God’s promises

  36. I like….A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I am 54 and live in Sarasota, FL

  37. Anonymous says:

    I like the 3rd one…Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises…

    excited about your book!

    Anne Marie, 23 yrs old, NC

  38. Anonymous says:

    Hi Renee!! I'm so excited that you are writing this book! I LOVE "How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God." Doubt is such a powerful word, and it just jumps out at me when I read it.

    Brandie
    brandieosbourn@me.com
    26 yr old wife and mommy from Texas =D

  39. Hi Renee, I like
    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    I am currently struggling (and its been several years now that this started) with something I feel like God has put on my heart to do, but, it is SO OUT THERE and so out of my comfort zone that I'm having a hard time convincing myself that it really is God. So, I keep pushig it away. Just reading this title makes me think, "there's God telling me once again that this is something I need to do" LOL

  40. Anonymous says:

    Hello, I too struggle with doubts, fears and trusting God and thank you for being real and that no matter what we are not alone in this!

    I like the title: A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God(how much better off we would be if we practice this everyday)

    Blessings to you and your family!
    Nancy ( Va)
    trammelllane@linkabit.com

  41. Forgot to put my info
    Lysa (Ledbetter) Sands
    43, in SC

  42. Of the three above, my choice is #2. Another idea I had for a subtitle:

    Transform a heart held captive by doubt to one being captivated by Truth…

    Leah
    Asheville, NC

  43. Hi Renee,
    How about… Overcoming doubt by learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises
    I live in Redmond, Oregon and I am 45. Very excited to read the book!!

  44. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    God's Promises if We Trust

  45. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    Put Your Trust in Him

  46. A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    I would purchase a book with this subtitle b/c it's simple and straightforward. You should totally include something about doubt in the subtitle, especially after reading your survey results.

  47. I like the third one – Learning to live in the power of God's promises.

  48. A Confident Heart
    Defeating Doubt with the Power of God's Promises

    My name is Cori, I am 32 and live in Hickory, NC

    Blessings!!!!

  49. I am a 40 year old housewife and I NEED to read your book. So hurry with it please. Thanks! 😉

    I like the third one of the three you've listed.

    It reminds me of the song by Jonny Diaz- More Beautiful You.

    What about something like…

    Realizing the Beauty that is You.

  50. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart: Yearnings of a Woman's Heart

    harwell.jennifer@gmail.com

  51. Anonymous says:

    How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God

    rbgillihan@q.com

    Beth
    32
    Helena, Montana

  52. Renee

    I'm so excited for you; you and the P-31 women have been such an inspiration!

    I like the subtitle "Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises." We've read those promises over and over, meditated on them, heard them taught, yet we still fall prey to Satan's fiery darts. I think it really is a lifelong learning process.

    I'm 46 and live in NC.

  53. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    Letting Go of Doubt and Living in God's Promises.

    mlefeber@wi.rr.com
    Wisconsin- Age 33

  54. A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God.

    That is my favorite, though I would buy the book no matter. lol. I am so excited for you.

  55. A Confident Heart
    Becoming God Confident

    A Confident Heart
    Taking "self" out and adding "God"
    God Confident

    I think anytime we can get out of our "self" and into "God" we are in the right place. I have struggled with self confidence and still do but years ago I learned that as long as I look within myself for confidence I will never get where I need to be, but with God Confidence I can do all things thru him.
    I am 37 and from North Carolina
    wendybarfield@comcast.net

  56. I think you have a great idea for your book and I am so excited to read it!

    I like:
    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    one more idea…
    A Confident Heart
    Allowing God to Replace Our Doubts with His Grace

    Melanie
    31
    Elizabethton, TN

  57. Anonymous says:

    free to live through Christ..

    Belinda

    rosenberg4him@aol.com

  58. I too am SO excited for you and can't wait to read this!

    From your list, I loved:

    "Stop doubting yourself and believe God."

    As another thought:

    A confident heart: From Brokeness to Belief

    {when I see heart like that…I think broken?? does that make sense?}

    Much love,
    Nicki

  59. A Confident Heart.
    I AM NOT afraid.

    A Confident Heart.
    The Lord is the Strength of My Life

    V/R-Jennifer Goulart

  60. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    Thanks,
    Angie
    angie_massey@hotmail.com
    Texas, USA

  61. A Confident Heart
    How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God

    Makes me want to pick it up and not put it down until I'm done!!!!!

  62. Lori Stilger says:

    Hmmm. What about "Out of doubt's shadows into the light of His promises"?
    A little long. Hmmm. "Into the light of God's promises"? "Doubt flees in the light of His promises"?
    I know! "A Confident Heart: Glowing in His Promises". 😀
    Lori Stilger
    Nashville, TN, age 42 (AUGH! Did I say that in public?:D)

  63. Putting Your Confidence In The Only One You Can Be Confident Of….

  64. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises
    This subtitle would definitely catch my attention! I can't wait to read it! God Bless!
    Judie

  65. NishSuth says:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    This one catches my attention the most. Because I know God has promised us abundant life and i need to learn to live the way God wants me to and hold on to those promises and stop doubting.

  66. Of the three, I like "A Confident Heart: Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises" the best.

    But maybe "A Confident Heart: A Journey from Doubt to Faith

    I'm 29 and am from Wilmington, NC

  67. A Confident Heart, Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises.

    Amee
    ameeperrin@Hotmail.com
    Asheville, NC (friends with Carol Davis!)

  68. I like the third choice the best!

  69. Anonymous says:

    I like the subtitle "Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises" because it is positive in nature. The other subtitles you listed are attractive and will garner interest from the self-help book-buyers, but this subtitle gives a glimpse into the meaty content of the book. I'm looking forward to reading it when it comes out. Kitty from Kingsport (age 53)

  70. Heather Christopher Heather031006@yahoo.com says:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I LOVE that one! I came over from P31's facebook page 🙂

  71. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart……God is all you need!

  72. Stop doubting yourself and start believing God!

    This is amazing! I have been sitting her an hour in tears with a hurting heart. My daughter leaves for Ethiopia next week to minister to children there.

    I am having such a hard time trusting God. I want to do this and I know He is in control. But…as a Mom I want to be there. I need this book today! Thanks for helping me get through the day just by reading your blog! God is always on time!

  73. I am a 39 year old SAHM of three boys ages 6,5 and 5 (twins)from Iowa.

    'Allow God's Promies to chase away your doubts.'

    sandravanthul@yahoo.com

  74. TriciaLynn says:

    I like the third one. Learning to live in the power of God's promises .
    As a child of God I am learning something new everyday. It tells me I am growing in Him. I would possibly add the word Everyday or Daily as this is a continual process. It is not going to be in an instant. When we are doubting we need to be reminded that His mercies are new everyday. It just broadens the scope for those of us who really struggle to know that if it is not fixed in one day we will not be abandoned. God and His promises are there for us everyday.

    I live in Ohio and I am 37.

    Thank you for listening to God and writing a book like this.

  75. Anonymous says:

    Hi there! I like:

    A Confident Heart: Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    One I've come up with on my own is

    A Confident Heart, Standing in the Light of God's Promises

    Thank you for the chance to give our 2 cents' worth! This sounds like an amazing book!!

    Brenna Smith

    brennabsmith@yahoo.com

  76. A Confident Heart:
    Where Christ Dwells.

    43 y/o mom of Surprise, AZ
    (Mom to sons ages 23, 21, 16 & 3 and daughter age 12)

  77. Anonymous says:

    The short narrative you wrote really summed up, I think, what you really are trying to say so how about:

    A Confident Heart
    "Beyond simply believing in Him to really believing Him"

    and if not, the statement itself has really powerful underlying message to some us who have also been moving into a different realm of believing. Whatever you choose I am looking very forward to reading it!!!

  78. I love your thoughts and ideas. I've been reading them all day and can I just tell you something? You've helped me keep going when this day has been tough and the writing got rough. You're the best!

    Remember to also let me know your

    State/Country
    Age

    THANKS!!!!!!

  79. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    Saying goodbye to Satan's obstacles

    age 52
    Marion, Arkansas
    cmorrow@uthsc.edu

  80. I love your third option
    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises
    I think this is JUST PERFECT!

    Michelle
    Alabama, USA
    31

  81. I like the first subtitle! Everything in your post up to the point of the book titles is SO me, and I am ready to buy the book! =)

  82. Chris Baker says:

    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    This one really spoke to me.

    Can't wait to read this Renee. So thankful for you my FB friend.

    Love ya, Chris Baker

  83. A Confident Heart
    Stop believing your doubts and start believing God.

  84. Between the 3 suggestions, I like the first one, but without the "How to."

    As for my own suggestions:

    A Confident Heart: Let Jesus Ninja Kick Your Doubts out of the House (Nah, maybe for the guy version.)

    A Confindent Heart: Make Doubt Move Out and Let the Promises Take Over

    Then again, I think I'll stick with my vote for the first on your list 🙂

    Sylvia
    Wake Forest, NC
    Age: 49 (Ooh, that's kind of painful to look at 🙂

  85. A Confident Heart – Learning to live through God's promises

    I'm a 33 year old mom who lives in northern MI

    memoriesmama @ netonecom . net

  86. Renee – Thank you for writing this book and listening to the voice of God in doing so. There are so many women struggling each and every day with doubt in a world where we are surrounded by a culture that says anything less than perfect is not good enough.

    The truth is, that God created each of us, uniquely wonderful. (Now if I could just keep hold of that. . . LOL.) God shares the truth of His love for who we are in His word and your willingness to search out this idea and present it to fellow sojourners is so encouraging.

    I do like the subtitle, "Learning to live in the Power of God's Promises."

    I also like "Trusting in God's Truth."

    Just my two cents. 🙂

    I live in NC and am 35.

  87. I really really like

    A Confident Heart
    Stop doubting yourself and start believing God

    I'm 28 from Wisconsin.
    sarahbush13@yahoo.com

  88. Jennifer Renee says:

    I really like: A Confident Heart Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

  89. So excited about your book!

    A Confident Heart
    Living in the Power of Gods Promises

    That would grab my attention!

    Mary 36
    South Carolina
    mboswell98@bellsouth.net

  90. A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    I like this one!

    Bobbie Jo
    San Angelo TX

  91. A Confident Heart: Seeing the You that God Sees.

  92. A Confident Heart
    Tuning Out Whispering Doubts

  93. A Confident Heart: Putting Your Trust in God Alone.

    Andrea
    Age 58
    MI

    ahenry048@aol.com

  94. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I'm 46 live in SC

  95. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    Walking off the Path of Insecurity to the Path of a Whole Heart

    Monica Ciampa
    39
    New York

  96. The first one says what the book is about in words that look good on a page and feel good tripping off one's tongue. (And publishers are still having their love affair with "How to" right?)

    A Confident Heart
    How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God

    Doubting ourselves keeps the focus on ourselves. Even though what we know of God is found in His word (truth, promises) my vote is you keep it "God" and don't change it to "God's _____" so our mindset is one of seeing Him in personal terms.

  97. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    That's the one that grabbed my interest!

    Believing Him~Pamela
    in.his.graces@live.com

  98. Hi Renee! I vote for:
    How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God.

    Think it captures what you've said is the crux of the book. Looking forward to reading it. Best!

  99. A Confident Heart… I can't do it, but God can!

  100. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Says it all to me! Gut feelings are always the best!!

    Congratulations my friend…you are so deserving!

  101. living in the power of God's promises is my favorite one! I am so excited to read your book!!!

  102. Anonymous says:

    My fav:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Can't wait to read it!!

    I live in a small town in Ohio, age 37, 4 kids.

    Amy
    amyfigel@hughes.net

  103. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart: Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises… wow now if only we could truly 100% learn and stick to this! I can't wait to read your book (This is something I am struggling with right now, ALWAYS being confident in God's promises). Thank you so much for letting God lead you to what he has called you to do. My name is Brittany I am from Illinois and am 21 years old.
    brittanyhannaford@gmail.com

  104. This one grabbed me most: A Confident Heart: Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises.

    Can I suggest "Learning to Live in the TRUTH of God's Promises."

  105. Hey Renee,
    I thought of another idea…
    Overcoming Doubt with the Truth of God's Promises.
    Thanks.

  106. I also love " Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises" but maybe another option would be "Believing in the Power of God's Promises" God will not break His promises to us! Can't wait to read this book!!
    Lori Sargent
    lgrace2@bellsouth.net

  107. www.jgirlsjourney.blogspot.com says:

    Can't wait to read it!!!

    I like your 3rd option best and thought of this too:

    A Confident Heart
    Throw away the doubt and embrace what God has promised.

    *Taken from Hebrew 10:35-36

    Julie
    San Tan Valley, AZ

  108. Anonymous says:

    Love the third one: Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Nancy
    45
    West Virginia

    nancybconner@gmail.com

  109. Anonymous says:

    The first one says it all…

    "How to Stop Doubting Yourself & Start Trusting God's Promises"

    Thanks Renee!

    sbcgentile@yahoo.com

  110. Anonymous says:

    Love the title A Confident Heart. Let go and let God!
    bobbylulu27@yahoo.com

  111. A Confident Heart
    Let me help you find God and push fear and doubt from your heart.

    i live with doubt and fear of being alone and rejected every day every minute it's very crushing.

    Illinois 47

  112. How about:

    A Confident Heart
    Choosing God in the midst of doubt

    or

    Turning from doubt to God

  113. Anonymous says:

    I'm looking forward to your book!

    This title already spoke to my heart:

    A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    This title tells me that it's not about me, but that I need to take the focus off of myself and start believing God.

    Or, A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's WORD

    If it's just about looking to God's promises, then we're not really looking to God, but only what He has for us, so for myself I like your middle pick the best. On another note, I know that looking to God's promises is what gives hope to a weary soul.

    Connie, Winnipeg (39)
    imb@mts.net

  114. Anonymous says:

    My vote is for:
    A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    Can't wait to read it!!

    Stacie

  115. Anonymous says:

    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    From Illinois, age 35

  116. Anonymous says:

    Stop doubting yourself and start really believing God.

  117. Another suggestion:

    A Confident Heart
    Less of me and more of Him

    billyada@bellsouth.net

    still in FL and 44:)

  118. Anonymous says:

    Hi Renee,

    I love your title _A Confident Heart_ I feel encouraged just reading that title! : ) Thank you for writing this book!

    I love:

    A Confident Heart:
    Learning to Live in the power of God's Promises

    it has the most positive, uplifting tone of the three and draws you in with quiet strength, like the title.

    one other possibility:

    A Confident Heart:
    Resting in Your Father's Love
    or
    Resting in Your Father's Love for you

    Thank you Renee for being such a blessing and encouragement to so many by sharing your heart and Christ's heart and faithfulness.
    Your entries are like getting a hand-written letter of encouragement from a cherished friend and sister in Christ.

    with love,Laurie
    (41, homeschool Raleigh mom to 3 little ones ages 6,4, and 18months)
    kandlmurphy@earthlink.net

  119. Hi Renee…
    This is a journey I'm walking through right now. I will look forward to reading your book. I like…

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Tammy
    Age 47
    North Carolina

  120. A Confident Heart
    ….Conquering Your Fears, Worries and Doubts

    or

    A Confident Heart
    …..Conquering Your Innermost Fears, Worries & Doubts

    The visual of "conquering" something comes to mind when I think of overcoming our self-doubts with faithful confidence.

    I am torn on whether to have a "God" reference in the sub-title or not. Other commenters, please don't hate on me :). I'm struggling because you will already have an audience with faith-based readers, regardless because of who you are and P31 Ministries. Having something like the subtitle above, has the potential for the unchurched to pick it up and get so much more than the typical self-help book! just depends on the target market you and your publishers want to reach I guess.

    Can't wait to read it! When does it come out?
    Sheila, 46, Illinois

  121. Anonymous says:

    "Undoubtedly"
    God's escape plan to turn captive hearts confident.

    Hi Renee. I know you were asking about the subtitle, but I actually gave an idea for both title and sub. (Although I feel that's presumptuous of me. :->)

    I'm thinking of seekers who are willing to consider God might be able to help with their doubt but who don't have the background to be drawn to the term "God's promises."

    UNC Linda in Virginia

  122. Anonymous says:

    Hi Renee. I really like the second title b/c it's right to the point but tells me enough to make me want to read it!
    "A Confident Heart –
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God"

    I'm a new friend from Sanford, Florida, 46 yrs old and the mother of 3 incredible kids, 2 bio and 1gorgeous 16 yo girl adopted from India at the age of 18 mths. Love the pictures and your blogs about your beautiful new blessing!!
    pennydenney@bellsouth.net

  123. Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises….Remember you are His Princess!!!

    Victoria, Tx
    32
    I love you & love the way ya'll keep it real & being obedient to God calling on your life!!

  124. Anonymous says:

    I like the first one best as it addresses the issue.
    Monika
    vermont
    42

  125. Hello!

    Okay,

    A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    this one is to the point, and grabs ya! 🙂 That's awesome about the writing of your book!!!

    🙂 Amanda, 32, Alaska

  126. I like the third choice – A Confident Heart, Learning to Live though God's Promises.

    I am 36 and live in rural central Pennsylvania.

    Can't wait to read your book!

  127. I believe you said it in your email.
    "Will set women free from the trap of doubt and give them the God-fidence heart"
    I live in Georgia, USA
    51 yrs young!!!
    God bless you for helping us in our walk with the Lord

  128. Hint: It's not found in you

    OR

    Finding true life in our trustworthy God

  129. Anonymous says:

    "Stop doubting yourself and Start Believing God"

    kimlord@comcast.net
    Georgia,43

  130. A Confident Heart
    How God's Voice Can Silence the Whispers of Doubt
    or How God's Truth Can Silence the Whispers of Doubt

    A Confident Heart
    Setting the Captive Heart Free from Insecurity

    To be honest, reading the survey results grabbed my attention and convinced me I would want to read the book, but I'm not sure I would have gotten that from the title. I'm not sure how, but is there any way you might include a doubt we all feel in the title? Maybe something like….

    A Confident Heart
    God's Promises for Those Who Feel They're Not Good Enough

    Maybe that's not quite it, but maybe it will give someone else a good idea.
    Looking forward to the book!

    michelle.westbrook1@gmail.com

  131. Anonymous says:

    I combined some for:

    A Confident Heart
    How to Overcome Self-Doubt and Live in God's Power

    or
    A Confident Heart
    Overcoming Self-Doubt and Living in God's Power

    or

    A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start
    Living in God's Power

    Your book sounds like a very worthwhile read!

    JD at jdav7@aol.com
    Huntersville NC
    age 41

  132. Wonderful title and can't wait to read the book! How about a phrase you said in your post:

    "Moving beyond simply believing in Him to really believing Him"

    (or did someone already suggest that?)

    Tina
    45
    Apollo Beach, Florida
    tmatas@tampabay.rr.com

  133. Ya'll are soooo smart!!! I love your insights, perceptions, responses to my subtitles and each other’s and all your great ideas. Keep 'em coming. You bless me!

    ~ Renee

  134. Hi Renee, I appreciate your heart! It really struck me what you said at the beginning of your blog and I think it would make a good subtitle.

    A Confident Heart: Go from just believing in Him to really believing Him.

    Heather, 38
    Lake Tapps, WA

  135. Stop Doubting and Start Trusting.

    Its Yusuph from Tanzania
    East Africa.

    yus4christ@gmail.com

  136. Serenity Now! says:

    My favourite is this one:

    A Confident Heart
    Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    Because it has two straightforward directives. I know the book is going to tell me how to do these two things.

  137. Stop Doubting and Start Trusting.

    Its Yusuph from Tanzania
    East Africa.

    yus4christ@gmail.com

    Would you consider coming to my country and hold a women conference.
    Many womens in my county have been left behind, they need to be ignited.

    If you still dont know whats the answer, then am gonna help you. yes

  138. I am Nanci Alsup from Nashville, Tennessee.

    My favorite is the second choice; Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God

    I like it becasue it is direct-I only had to read it once and I totally got what it was saying.

    I love the word Believing in the sub-title. The word believe means to accept what's real or true. (Webster) As a woman, I want so much to accept the real, true me! God made me who I am and to believe in myself and see what God sees when he looks at me brings glory to Him!

    Good Luck and I can't wait to read the book!

  139. Kimberly says:

    A Confident Heart
    Imagine Me, Set Free with God's Promises

    I'm 33 y/o and living in Charlotte, NC … your definitely writing this book for me, RENEE and cannot wait to read it! Your beautiful both inside & out and such an inspiration to all women! Thank you for all that you do and Good Luck as your book progresses thru final stages of publishing! May blessings run you down!

    Thank you for your wisdom Renee!

  140. Jill Herald says:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I like the use of the words "Learning" "Power" and "Promises"…. Learning because this is going to be interactive and unique to your own experiences and way of processing, Power because as daughters of Christ we fail miserably to recognize how much POWER we have within us and Promises because these are God's Promises and that's something to really take hold of and plant yourself on….now there's some confidence!!!! Good Luck Renee!!!

  141. I like Choosing to Live in God's Promises….

    I can't wait to read this book… I"m very excited!

    Angie

  142. I like the first one: "How to Stop Doubting and Start Trusting God's Promises"

    Can't wait to read it!

    Love ya!!

  143. Cynthia says:

    When I began reading your post there was one line that jumped out at me. Maybe it could be used as a subtitle.

    A Confident Heart
    moving beyond simply believing in Him to really believing Him.

    or maybe even:

    A Confident Heart
    Tossing the cloak of self doubts with God's Promises.

  144. A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises.

    Love that subtitle!

    ashelyharris13@yahoo.com

    Salem, Virginia USA

  145. A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises.

    Love that subtitle!

    ashelyharris13@yahoo.com

    Salem, Virginia USA

  146. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises
    or just Living in the Power of God's Promises
    OR the Believing God part..

    Candice
    Chicago, IL
    29

  147. Oh Wow! I am so excited for you, Renee! Uh, how long will it take to get this book finished, published and on the shelves? Before She Speaks? I'd love to get a signed copy! No pressure though.LOL

    There are so many good suggestions here. What came to me was…

    A Confident Heart: Journey from the shadow of doubt into the powerful(or faithful) promises of God.

    I am sold on this book already.

  148. Hello I like this one the best
    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises. However I also like…
    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live and Trust in the Power of God's Promises

  149. How to stop doubting yourself and trust in God's promises- I really like this subtitle. I am 43 and I live in Detroit,MI. Enjoy your evening.
    Lisa

  150. Peggy K says:

    What a blessing your book will be to all women of all ages cause we all struggle with this at times. Love : A confident Heart
    How to Stop doubting yourself and Start believing God.
    I have a 21 year old daughter and this was a dicussion just last week.
    Met you at She Speaks and loved seeing how God is working with you.

  151. First let me say, fantastic idea for a book. I don't know any woman who doesn't struggle with who they are in terms of being a good person, a good woman, a good wife, a good mother and a good daughter (myself included).

    My suggestion would be:
    A Confident Heart:
    Let God Show You the Wonderful Woman You Are!

    deannalazar@yahoo.com

  152. Congratulations Renee,
    I would just like to say that you are a true Proverbs 31 Woman and I have greatly enjoyed being on this journey with you. You are totally awesome and through everything that you have been through over the past year and up to this point, I am amazed that you are right on track to complete this task of writing a book. Glory to God!!

    The title I like is the third one
    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I chose this one because that is all you have done over this past year. When things looked bleak, chaotic or scary, YOU made the choice to Believe and Live on the Promises of God!! And I thank you for doing that because dear sister it has given us all that assurance that we too can do the same!

  153. Anonymous says:

    This one would make me buy the book.

    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    supermom1@socal.rr.com

  154. Anonymous says:

    A confident Heart
    Learning to live in God's Promises

    RSmith281@comcast.net

  155. I like the third
    Learning to live with the promises of God

  156. Anonymous says:

    The subtitle "Learning To Live In The Power Of God's Promises" speaks to me. On days when I think I am in control this is a gentle reminder that God has his own plan for me. Looking forward to reading your book!

    Linda B.

  157. Jeannine says:

    The subtitle that spoke to me:

    A Confident Heart

    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    The reason I think this said more to me is because I sometimes forget that God doesn't need my help in doing his work. He has made promises to us and I need to trust in his almighty power to guide me. I need to lay a side what I think and have confidence in what God has promised and give control to God so he may accomplish his work through me. Renee, I look forward to reading this book. I pray that your ears, heart and soul continue to hear God speaking to you. I am so blessed to be able to call you my Sister in Christ. The words God gives you speak to my heart more than you could know. So thanks for helping me learn to listen to our Father!

    2 Kings 6:17

    " O Lord, open Renee's eyes so she may see."

    Roll call:
    Jeannine Kiley
    Illinois, United States, 47

    May God's love shine upon you always.
    Jeannine

  158. Learning to live in the power of God's promises.

    ~ Sean Kelley

  159. A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    This is the subtitle that made me feel interested in reading the book. The "how to" part made me feel like I was going to gain information on ways to stop doubting myself and trusting God's promises.

    Thank you!
    Missy Lewis

  160. Loretta says:

    HI, I really like

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Or

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to find God’s Amazing Grace within

    Have a blessed day!

    Loretta Gibbs

  161. Juanita says:

    I think a “how to” approach is better than just telling them to do it. People that have questions and that are not confident already know that they should feel different, and they want to know “how.”

    Juanita Smith, born in '58.

    Thanks,
    Juanita

  162. I like the second one, Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God. It seems to sum up all you want to convey in the book. This is what we need to do.

    I myself don't really like Christian books that have the words "how to" in them. It sounds like you are trying to teach someone something like "How to fix a broken lamp" or "How to unclog your drain". It just hits me the wrong way.

  163. I love this one. We all want to live with Power and Strength in our lives and I love the word Promise and we know that when we are resting in God's promises that they will come true. His word never returns void. Blessings on the book. I can't wait to read it.

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

  164. I hope that you received my email, and I would just like to say thank you for your courage and determination in writing this book for the rest of us in need!

    My subtitle submission is:

    "A Confident Heart, From the Shadows of Doubt, To the Light of God's Promises."

    Brooks, age 29 South Carolina
    butterfly_brooks@hotmail.com

  165. Anonymous says:

    So excited to read your book, Renee!

    My vote is either for:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    or

    A Confident Heart
    How to Step Out of the Shadows and Into God's Great Promise for Your Life

    Warmly,
    Kris
    Lvnglyf73@aol.com

  166. A Confident Heart:
    Stop Doubting yourself and Start Trusting God

    Stacey
    Age: 38
    Home: Orlando, FL

  167. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful ideas and suggestions! I can't wait to get a copy of your new book. Maybe offer a signed copy as a prize as well. 🙂

    A Confident Heart
    How to become the Confident Woman God created you to be!

    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Be blessed
    Sheri Sparks
    Palatka Florida

  168. A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    I like this one because it's the most positive subtitle (The other two start with a negative "how to stop" or "doubt") It's comforting … and I can't wait to read it! You hit the nail on the head with addressing that need!

    Looking forward to it!
    Joy Dade
    Houston, TX

  169. Michelle says:

    Thank you for sharing "The Journey of my Heart", it's truly a blessing to me.

    I'm 40 & live in Coatesville, IN

    I like the third subtitle you shared, "Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises."

    I also like what you said in the description, "who you are and who you can become in Christ" & "setting the captive doubting heart free" would both, I think, be good subtitles.

    Have a great day!
    Michelle Skillern

  170. Dr. Phil votes for "Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God."

    Love the theme and focus of this book and this great woman. You rock Renee. I'm confident about that.

    Philip Rothschild

  171. Robin Robinson says:

    I say …dumping the doubt so you can fly free!

    🙂 good job, Renee. can't wait to read it and share it with our radio listeners.

    Robin Robinson

  172. Angela Downey Thompson says:

    I vote for How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises!

  173. Pat Layton says:

    Ditto Dr Phil!! He knows best!!

    Blessings Renee, God is good!!

  174. Karen True says:

    I like Phil's too. He's the man, you know!

  175. Samantha Reid says:

    Maybe, Casting off your doubt, Holding onto God's Word (or promises or truth or wisdom…)

  176. Mary Colleen Hoch Miller says:

    I am from near San Antonio Texas and I just had my 50th bday. You are writing this book for me and I can't wait to read it. I like your second choice- How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God.

    Mary Colleen Hoch Miller

  177. Tricia Richards Sachs says:

    What about, "Letting Go of Doubts and Trusting Gods Promises"

  178. Susanne Griffing says:

    The subtitles you have listed are awesome! I am making a slight twist on one.

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Love
    … See More
    I have typed and deleted a whole bunch of "stuff' about this. I can't get it to make sense tonight….lol.

    I can't wait to read this book!

  179. Jennifer McIntyre says:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Wisdom

  180. Monica Gwin says:

    I like learning to live in the power of God's promises…but its also about trust too.

  181. Rhea Chladek says:

    I like "Learning To Live In the Power of God's Promises."

  182. Denise Dix Joiner says:

    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

  183. Christy Benchoff Sparks says:

    Hi Renee ~ My favorite is: "Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises". I pictured myself with a nice cup of hot chocolate on a Saturday afternoon reading your book with this title. It's REALLY catchy AND it seems to say a LOT but it is concise! I can't wait to read it, regardless of which subtitle you choose to go with! 🙂

  184. Karen Boots Day says:

    I like "How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God" because while I do struggle at times with completely trusting God, I feel like I struggle more with doubting myself, being sure of what God's will in a given situation, frequently questioning myself and wondering if I'm doing "it" right…whatever "it" may be at any given time.
    Karen – 42, Minnesota

  185. Lori McSwain Stamey says:

    Over the past few years, God has been teaching me to trust and find rest in His promises. "Learning to Trust and Rest in God's Promises"

  186. Karen Boots Day says:

    I also really like the one above that someone added on their own…."Letting Go of Doubts and Trusting God's Promises"

  187. Chrissy Gunning says:

    A Confident Heart
    Trusting God and letting it go.

  188. Robin Lamb Hupp says:

    Well… mine aren't as good as what's here … but here is what I have come up with:

    A Confident Heart
    Building Self-esteem through God's Promises
    … See More
    A Confident Heart
    Healing Lives with God's Word

    A Confident Heart
    Obtaining a better tomorrow today with God

    A Confident Heart
    God's Promises Breaking Life's Binding Chains

    A Confident Heart
    God's love brings a brighter future

    A Confident Heart
    Blasting Self-Doubt through God's Word

    A Confident Heart
    Living life the way God intented

    A Confident Heart
    A peace of mind in God's love

    A Confident Heart
    Trusing God's Promises for a Brighter Future

    Robin – 41 … Ohio, USA

  189. Teresa Geiger Clauss says:

    I really like "Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises". God has really been teaching me about his promises through a prayer Bible study and some other devotions I have been reading. It is just amazing how when God wants you to learn something, things just seem to fall into place, like life lessons, devotions, Bible studies, etc. God is faithful.

  190. Lori Youngner Sargent says:

    I also love " Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises" but maybe another option would be "Believing in the Power of God's Promises" I think sometimes we don't understand that God does not break His promise to us! We are in covenant with Him and it is more powerful than any other relationship we have. Can't wait to read this book!!

  191. Dawna Loden Moore says:

    I love Lori's suggestion above
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises. What power we have when we trust God completely!

  192. Chris McGinn says:

    You mentioned "doubt" a lot in your description of the book so maybe that should be reflected in the subtitle. I like the first one (Stop . . .Start).
    Other ideas:

    Defeat Doubt with the Power of God's Promises

    Transforming Doubt into Trust through God's Promises

    Stepping Out of Doubt's Shadow and Into God's Promises…

  193. Samantha Newton says:

    Hi Renee, What a great book. Sounds like something I good really apply to my life.
    I vote for A Confident Heart
    How to stop doubting yourself and start trusting Gods promises.

    Its a little long, but I think it really describes in more detail about the book. I want to TRUST, and I do DOUBT and the fact that you say God's promises, it tells me you will be using scripture, which I like.

    Good luck!
    jnsam@charter.net
    Mother of 3,
    Samantha Newton

  194. Sweet Renee,

    I like the first subtitle, but I would drop "How to" and just say Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God.

    It isn't about belief, it's about trust.

    For me, anyway.

    Suzi

  195. I like # 2, Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises
    Blessings from KY/62

  196. Jane Graves says:

    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises. This is an awesome subtitle.

    I am 61 yr old and live in Bentonville, Arkansas

    Best wishes and Be Blessed!
    Jane Graves

  197. Anonymous says:

    Hi Renee,
    I'm Amy-age 30-from WI. I LOVE 'A Confident Heart-How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Believing God!!!' That not only captures my attention but makes me yearn to truly do just that!

    I'm on a journey to grow spiritually, and along with that to truly push aside my fears and insecurities and doubts and yes, start believing God. 🙂 I'd love to read your book.

  198. Sarah Gillaspie says:

    My name is Sarah Gillaspie
    I currently live in Maryland, and I am 31. For your subtitle I like simply:
    believing and trusting God’s promises

  199. Jen Cavalcanti says:

    My name is Jen. I'm 29 and live in Indiana.

    Of the three given choices, I like:
    A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises
    If I were to choose a new one, I think I would choose:

    A Confident Heart
    Closing the Door to Doubt and Locking it with God's Promises

    It has a visual attached to it that is inspiring!! 🙂

    Jen Cavalcanti

  200. "Navigating Through Life's Questions, Doubts, & Struggles"
    I like this because it suggests action & would appeal to everyone: those who just have questions, those who are going through some doubts, & those who are really struggling. As you can see, I just took your own words from the description & rearranged them. I like things that are positive (especially if/when I am feeling negative) to give me direction. But there are SO many "how to" books out there that with that anywhere in the title, I think it could get lost.
    As you know, I live in Raleigh & I am… 62. That's why my blog is "Seasoned-Sister", cause I AM seasoned!
    Can't wait to read your book!

  201. Kate Elenbaas says:

    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    That title really stands out~ I love it and definitely would be interested in purchasing this book.
    Keep up the good work. You inspire so many:)

    Kate Elenbaas
    Age 36
    Decatur, IL

  202. Tamara Germain says:

    Hi Renee!
    Here is something that struck me as I was looking over the title and description of your book. I liked the last option you listed: Learning to Live in the Power of God’s Promises. My suggestion is similar: God’s Truth Overcomes Your Hidden Doubts. It may be too much in the “negative” sense for a subtitle, but just wanted to share, since you asked. 
    Blessings on this book and may the rewards you experience in the form of interactions with seekers and believers alike bless your heart right back and reaffirm everything you have learned through the process of writing this book!!

    Blessings,
    Tamara Germain
    ttgermain@verizon.net

  203. Kelli McElhone says:

    My vote is for “A Confident Heart – How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises”.

    Kelli McElhone

  204. Katherine Barranco says:

    Learning to live in the power of God's promises.

    Katherine Barranco

  205. My choice would be:

    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    I live in Topeka, Kansas.
    My age is 63.
    I enjoy your blogs and so glad you are writing this book. Can't wait to read it.

    Arlene

  206. Penny Arnett says:

    I choose answer A- because of the "How to" part. Georgia, United States- age-36. Best of luck with the book, you deserve it Renee! I enjoy your emails so much.

    Believing God's best,

    Penny Arnett
    Macon, GA

  207. Tatiana says:

    Hello,my vote is for:

    Learning to live in the Power of God's Promises

    My name is Tatiana Carpenter and I live in Coconut Creek, Florida
    I was born in communist Cuba and grew up an unbeliever. I am lucky that God called me just a over a year ago at the age of 42.

    I look forward to your book and truly enjoy you blog. God bless you and your beautiful family. Keep writing and encouraging us women who read you blog.

    Tatiana

  208. A Confident Heart-How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    Love this one!!!! Also like abbreviated as "Stop Self Doubt and Trust God's Promises"

    🙂 Donna

  209. Hi Renee,

    Congrats on your new book, A Confident Heart. Great title choice…a confident heart is truly needed for us to be able to stand against all odds.

    We can only achieve this by trusting in God and His promises no matter what we are going through.

    God bless you for writing such a book that would help others grow and acquire A Confident Heart!

    I choose: A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    To gain a confident heart, is a process and we have to learn how to put a stop to doubts and learn the process of how to trust in God and all His wonderful promises…the rewards would be endless when we yield in obedience and surrender all to Jesus Christ our Saviour!!!

    Joanne Sampson
    age 45
    Toronto, Canada

  210. Hi Renee,
    I believe that your book will be amazing and wonderful! I think you already have your subtitle, but it is not yet listed as one. It's written here, in this quote from your summary "It’s about learning how to identify, process, and even use doubt to get you to a place of secure dependence, by stepping out of doubt's shadows and into the power of God's promises."

    This quote hooked me, and I started out not believing it was a book that I needed to read! So what about summing the quote up like this "A Confident Heart, From the Shadows of Doubt, to the Light of God's Promises."

    I needed to find this book. I think that it will help me in more ways than it is even intended to. I will look for the book when it becomes available!

    Brooks Lance, 29
    South Carolina, USA

  211. Anonymous says:

    I like "How to stop doubting yourself and start believing God." Love that one!
    Diane
    diane@tohline.com
    OK –age 50+

  212. Jennifer says:

    The second one-short and sweet and directly to the point. Looking forward to the book.

    rlwpclaw@yahoo.com

  213. kim baker says:

    Kim Baker
    Saint Petersburg, Florida

    Re: Voting on a subtitle

    I have been struggling with doubt just this past year, suddenly. Fear of my husband having been out of work for 2 years, fear of our 20 year marriage falling apart, fear of my sons disability taking his life, fear of not being able to continue this new homeschooling Ive taken on for my highschooler and 4th grader. But God has NOT given me a spirit of FEAR, but of LOVE,PEACE and a SOUND MIND. I say all of this because FEAR has caused me to doubt. I never doubted GOD. Ive been saved since age 10 and im 44. I really started doubting my salvation, my purpose, my whole world. I think that FEAR can bring on DOUBT, it did for me. Can I suggest a subtitle? Maybe it could read:

    I love the one about How to stop doubting yourself and start livinging in God's promises. I have learned this week that forgiveness IS a promise, so that has helped me to know HOW to forgive. Ive been struggling with that one. When I cant forgive…. I doubt. Ive learned that HIS love is a Promise, and when I cant LOVE I doubt. So…. fearing and not loving and not forgiving ALL brings doubt. Discovering God's promises and standing on His Word is what is helping me. I like the subtitle: Learning to believe and recieve, by standing on God's promises. Thats is exactly what Im doing day by day. Learning to believe and recieve by reading HIS WORD,and standing on HIS promises. I cant get through my day without doint that. God said it, I believe it and that settles it. I have to engraft it not only in my heart but in my head! I still have a long way to go. But HE is faithful. It all hinges on weather or not we believe what HE says or not. I know His Word is truth, but my flesh wants to rear its ugly head out of habit and doubt it, I must not, because: doubt is the opposite of faith, and without faith its impossible to please God. I want to please God. God Bless.

  214. Of the 3 my vote would be:
    A Confident Heart
    How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Start Trusting God's Promises

    My suggested subtitle is similar to your own description
    A Confident Heart
    Stepping out of the shadow of Doubt into the Light of God's Promises

    BTW, I was at She Speaks 2 years ago when you ministered about the shadow of doubt. AMAZING!

  215. I think I'm too late for the giveaway, but I like this as the subtitle – from your very own description of the book:

    "Learning to live confidently in the truth of who you are in Christ."

    Can't wait for the book!

  216. I like the last choice about God's promises. I am sure this book will touch many.

    blessings
    Tammy
    tea_lady_tammy@yahoo.com

  217. Tasha Cantrell says:

    Sorry, I just read where you wanted to know more about us. My name is Tasha Cantrell and I live in Oklahoma. I will soon be 28 years old and have been married for almost 9 years. I have a 4 year old little boy and my little girl will soon be 2. I battled through Insecurity a few years ago but God saw me through and I am now victorious! Thank you so much for the time and effort you ladies put into helping other women! I pray that God will bless you all in a mighty way!

    I’m a little late to give my suggestion but I thought I would go ahead and send it anyway. I’m not worried about the gift card but thought I would try and help. I would choose: A Confident Heart Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises

    Tasha Cantrell

  218. Learning to live in the Power of God's promises sounds like it's it for me.

    devotionsandmore@yahoo.com

    Spring, TX

  219. Hi I know this is a little late to comment for this but still.

    But still I liked this one the most

    'A Confident Heart
    Learning to Live in the Power of God's Promises'

    I just started reading your blog recently and I liked ( liking ) it a lot.

    btw… I am

    Vin
    18 years
    India

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