Are you bothered by the attitudes and behavior of some of the women at your events?
The irony of writing this book review in the midst of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Florence is not lost on me.
I love to make lists.
I may have a tendency to check items off my list with great amounts of gusto. *wink
Facilitating a Bible study is hard.
Sometimes it’s really, really hard.
I hate to admit I was surprised when I got her email.
After 3 Sundays of visiting “under the radar”, we had completed and submitted the all-important visitor form.
Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets Them Free by Nancy DeMoss Woldgemuth was one of the first Bible studies I ever tackled with a group of women.
After dropping off our oldest son for his freshman year of college almost four long hours away from our home, anxiety and fear became my middle-of-the-night companions. For the first several months, any time I would wake in the middle of the night my mind would fill with unwelcome thoughts that quickly tumbled out of control.
Our family spent most of the last year in search of community at the church we were attending.
As we began to share our difficulties in finding community, we heard from many others were struggling as well.
Invitations to read the Bible abound at the beginning of a New Year.
You can: read the Bible in a year, meditate on a verse a day, or tackle a chapter a day.