Keep Showing Up – FAQ

Is Keep Showing Up only for married women?

Keep Showing Up  was written from Karen’s perspective as a wife; however, her new daughter-in-law and others have shared that it provides valuable information to women in all stages of life and with all relationships, not just the one between spouses.

How can I order through the Proverbs 31 Ministries bookstore and receive their exclusive bonuses?

Place your order for Keep Showing Up and you will receive your bonuses in email automatically from P31.

If I order through another retailer, can I still receive the P31 bonuses?

No, these two downloadable bonuses were created exclusively to support Proverbs 31 Ministries. Your purchase through P31 helps us provide free resources to offer real hope for real life to women around the world.

Is there a Bible study companion available?

There is not a separate Bible Study guide published at this time. However, the team at Proverbs 31 Ministries Online Bible Studies wrote a Bible Study companion for their Spring 2019 online Bible study. Here is a link to those lessons:

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Also,  here is  the archive of the weekly blog posts from their online Bible study which included a reading plan and weekly videos.

Keep Showing Up Online Bible Study at Proverbs 31 Ministries (April 2019)

How can we inquire about Karen speaking on this topic at our church?

For information on booking Karen to speak at your event, please contact our Proverbs 31 Ministries Speaker Coordinator, Karen Christian, by calling1-877-P31-HOME or visit our “Request a Speaker” page by clicking here.

Have other questions not answered here? Please email Karen’s team at [email protected].


Keep Showing Up  was written with the average marriage in mind that has its share of heartache, misunderstandings, and normal marital spats. If you are dealing with a more serious issue such as porn addiction or adultery, or if the conflict you experience over any issue causes arguments that escalate quickly, or even frighten you due to verbal abuse or physical harm, get help! Reach out to your pastor, if you have one. Or you can find a Christian counselor in your area by visiting

Or, if you are in physical danger and being abused, please stop what you are doing now and call the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or visit