As our Bible study session wrapped up in the spring of 2016 I began to wrestle with God about my personal Bible study time.
The irony of reading the book “The Simplest Way to Change the World” while I prepped wings for my crew on Super Bowl Sunday was not lost on me.
We used to host Super Bowl parties. We didn’t let newborns or toddlers keep us from inviting over our neighbors for big bowls of chili, football food, and watching the big game.
For the past several months God has been increasing my discomfort with the Bible “studies” we’ve been doing at our church.
I’ve come face to face with the fact that I’m tired of Bible study books…
How big is God to you?
Do you really, truly see Him as all-knowing?
Can you wrap your brain around his omnipresence?
I was flat-out overwhelmed on Sunday by what God did at the end of our worship service.
I tried to stifle my sigh and mask my aggravation when Sally (not her real name) once again took over the conversation in our Bible study.
While Sally often had great insight and stories to share, week after week after week she had dominated our Bible study group conversation.
Are there women you know who are struggling to figure out God’s plan for their life?
Do you know a few moms that feel like they’ve pushed aside their purpose as they focus on raising their children?
Are the women you know tired of trying harder?
A couple years back as I scoured the internet looking for women’s ministry resources, I stumbled upon Hive Resources, a site created by Melissa Deming which helps women sweeten their walk with Christ. Thrilled to find another writer with a heart for sharing women’s ministry resources, Gina Duke and I invited Melissa to be a part of our Must-Follow Women’s Ministry Leaders board on Pinterest. (Be sure to follow our board if you don’t already!)