• Sara Jane Jacobs

Significant by Carol McLeod

Updated: Oct 7, 2020





About the Book


Book: Significant


Author: Carol McLeod


Genre:  Christian Living, Women’s Interest


Release Date: November 5, 2019


In the midst of our busy, stressful lives and the increasingly chaotic state of our world, we can lose sight of—or never really discover—our personal significance. We desire meaning and fulfillment but battle the stress and loneliness that often push their way into the forefront of life.


What makes you significant as an individual? As a woman? As a wife, mother, daughter, or friend? No matter what your age or current course in life, you can come to know your remarkable significance and eternal value. As you thirst for relief from stress and loneliness, you can build a foundation on what is divine and eternal, while also immensely practical for this life on earth. The truths God says about you as a woman are powerful and glorious! In Significant, you will discover that you are the steward of your own self and will be challenged to embrace every season of your life. What is God calling you to do through the power of His Holy Spirit?  The days of cowering in fear, hiding behind insignificance, and wallowing in lack of opportunities are over. God is blowing doors wide open for women as never before. It is time for women to march forward in grand anticipation of all that God can do through even one woman submitted to the call of God and filled with His Spirit.

So often we look for identity, purpose, and comfort in all the wrong places. We have sought lasting meaning from temporary fixes, immature voices, and cultural Band-Aids. This book is a call to women who possess a relentless desire to discover their unique purpose, to embrace their true identity, and to be comforted by irrepressible hope.

Significant reminds women from every generation that identity, confidence, and purpose come from who God is—not from how we feel at any given time. How wonderful to know that we are allowed to be both God’s masterpiece and a work in progress at the same time!

You never know your true self until you know yourself in God.


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My Thoughts . . .


I fell in love with this book from the start. It was somewhere in "a personal word from Carol" between her references to Elisabeth Elliot, the unseen reality she shares that lives beneath her role as grandmother, and the part where I was encouraged to tell people that she wrote this book just for me! That's when I had one of those moments, you know, when you meet someone new and something just clicks? And in the very next paragraph she writes, "I am hoping that these first three chapters might draw you into developing a friendship with me." She had already accomplished this in her first three pages! You will love this book. Grab a copy for yourself and a friend or two!



I was given a copy of this book for free. I was not required to give a favorable review nor was any money received for this review. All comments and opinions are my own.