“Discipline is the wholehearted yes to the call of God... I put myself gladly, fully, and forever at His disposal, and to whatever He says my answer is yes.” ― Elisabeth Elliot, Discipline: The Glad Surrender  

At swHw, we're always paying attention to trends in pain points. And lately, we've seen that the issue as to why a woman feels "stuck" rarely has to do with desire. The culprit is typically discipline.  

Here's the great news! It does not require any talent to be disciplined. Anyone with any set of skills, any background, any amount of time walking with Christ, can make the choice to be disciplined.  

But it's just that: a choice, and one we all make, whether we realize it or not.  

And that choice comes at great cost or great reward. Because here's the bad news: Refusing discipline is not a flaw. It's disobedience. No matter how gifted we are, unless our talent is not just accompanied, but driven, by a godly understanding and practice of discipline, we will never reach the full potential of what God has for us.  

Lacking discipline means we are willing to sacrifice God's best to go our own way.  

We believe Elisabeth Elliot's book Discipline: The Glad Surrender is one of the best resources out there to have both Biblical understanding and practical applications of discipline. So using her book, we've created a workbook to give you an interactive guide and a place to journal your thoughts as you read.  

Full confession: If you have to choose between the book and the workbook, choose the book. BUT if you struggle putting things into practice as you read, we believe the workbook will be a powerful tool to make sure this information doesn't just stay between your ears, but penetrates your life for the better.  

Here’s our prayer for you : God, give us the courage and the discipline to follow through as we follow You.  

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