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.
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.
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.
Most of us probably realize the majority of the women we serve struggle to read the Bible on a regular basis.
And if we’re being real, we’d admit that many of us struggle to read the Bible on a regular basis too.
Free of Me – Why Life is Better When it’s Not About You.
This is the title of Sharon Hodde Miller’s new book and I knew the moment I saw it that joining her launch team was a divine appointment.
If you’ve been doing Bible study for any length of time, you’ve watched your women’s Bible study attendance dwindle as each week passes.
The group starts of strong and healthy, but one by one the group members start to drop off like flies…
Finding and keeping friendships since we moved from Kentucky to Charlotte, NC almost 3 ½ years ago has been challenging and down-right hard.
As our Bible study session wrapped up in the spring of 2016 I began to wrestle with God about my personal Bible study time.
I came face to face with the fact that I spent more time reading Bible study books than the actual Bible itself.