Bible study in the summer is usually a struggle for me. Our schedule is different when our boys are out of school.
With new Bible studies coming out almost daily (or so it seems) how are we ever supposed to choose a Bible study for our group?
Are you in search of Bible study book reviews and recommendations?
Has God called you to serve as a Bible study leader or small group facilitator?
Taking the time to think through and plan the launch of your next Bible study session will bless both your team and your participants.
Today I’ve got a great icebreaker game idea you can adapt for the end of a Bible study, small group study, or retreat.
Several leaders have recently requested Bible study suggestions in the Women’s Ministry Toolbox Facebook Group.
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
For years I have followed Jen Schmidt on her blog, Balancing Beauty, and Bedlam.
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.
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.