Title: Reformation Women Author: Rebecca Van Doodewaard Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books (April 25, 2017) Language: English Formats: Paperback Pages: 136 Reformation Women is a delightful, quick history of 12 women who were involved in the Reformation and had regular contact with some of the more well-known Reformers. I had not heard of any of these women, which was kind of the point of this book: bringing to light the contributions of lesser known members of the Reformation. Part of the reason these women are not as well-known is because they were busy running homes and ministering to the physical needs of their communities and were therefore unable to have as prolific of an impact in terms of writing or even speaking. What I find especially helpful about a book such as this is the reminder that Christianity has never been the domain of men alone. Faithful women, married and serving … Keep reading!