Aimee Byrd

Inside the word. Outside the box.

Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

“We’re confused by the disagreements, constricted by the “rules,” and seemingly helpless to discern what’s true. This is why Aimee Byrd’s book is so important. Wading through the cultural murkiness, Byrd returns us to the Scriptures with theological rigor.”

Jen Pollock Michel, Award-winning author of Surprised by Paradox and Keeping Place

“It would be wonderful if all of us might listen attentively to a sister who is calling all believers—women and men—to grow in their love of Scripture even as she asks us to recognize our blind spots and problematic assumptions.”

Kelly Kapic, author of The God Who Gives

Why Can’t We Be Friends?

“I can’t think of a more countercultural message . . . than a church marked by men and women who trade the fear of adultery€for the freedom of appropriate sibling friendships. . . . Aimee shows us this better way.

Jen Wilkin, Bible Teacher; Author of Women of the Word and None like Him

Aimee Byrd’s plea for a recovery of [coed] friendships in the church…is timely. A provocative but irenic breath of fresh air on a contentious topic…Highly recommended.

Carl R. Trueman, Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies, Grove City College

No Little Women

Aimee Byrd fearlessly takes on a range of problems that are not often addressed. . . . May all those who need to hear her message give it heed.

Kathy Keller, author, Jesus, Justice, and Gender Roles

“Women are our most committed resource for doing the work of the kingdom, and they deserve our best thinking and support. . . . Aimee Byrd writes with wit and wisdom, biblical clarity and theological maturity.

Liam Goligher, senior minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia

Theological Fitness

In this Scripture-saturated book we are rightly warned of the rigors as well as promised the rewards of holding fast to Christ when we feel the burn and want to give up.

Nancy Guthrie, Author, Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament

What a gem this book is…so full of encouragement and so honest and genuine. . . . Wonderfully practical and readable . . . grounded in good theology.

Thomas R. Schreiner, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Housewife Theologian

When we think of a ‘housewife’ words like doormat, archaic, and cleaning may come to mind; but what about theologian? In Housewife Theologian, Aimee Byrd turns the word on its head, bringing it back to life and reminding us of the unique opportunity to leverage learning as we serve our families.

Trillia Newbell, author, God’s Very Good Idea

With wisdom, warmth, and wit Aimee challenges women to think biblically about all of life. She connects sound doctrine to daily life in a way that inspires us to intentionally live out the gospel.”

Susan Hunt,  Author and Women’s Ministry Consultant, Christian Education and Publications, Presbyterian Church in America
%d bloggers like this: