women's bible groups

>> February 9, 2010

For all the women out there who are participating/leading/wanting to start a bible study group and aren't sure what materials to use, what is your favorite

  • bible study course?
  • inspirational book?
  • series of lessons?

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Kendra Lee February 9, 2010 at 12:58 PM  

Funny, I have been praying for a while about "which Beth Moore" Bible Study to lead at LifePoint... BUT, what God led me to wasn't a Beth Moore Bible Study at all. We are doing "Seeking Him" by Nancy Leigh DeMoss and it is FABUULOUS! God is using this bible study in many of our lives!!! I HIGHLY recommend it! It awakens you to your need for awakening!!

Melody February 9, 2010 at 5:59 PM  

Doing Sacred Echo by Margaret Feinberg right now and it's a great diversion from some of the other great Beth Moore studies we've done. We are also doing One in a Million by Pricilla Shirer. Both of these are six week studies and approx 20 minutes of homework during the week....two elements that I think are critical in reading today's young women (short duration and minimal homework).

Melody February 9, 2010 at 6:00 PM  

Oh, I should add that the two studies are for two different groups....not doing two studies at once.

Ashley February 11, 2010 at 2:40 PM  

Our church is full of college students, and even some adults that really have no handle on their Bible. (We are on a college campus) Instead of doing a book that is a topical study, we are going to learn HOW TO STUDY THE BIBLE. I love topical studies once in a while, but there are so many people (I am finding out) that are just told, "read your Bible", and they have no idea how to STUDY it! Right now my hubs and I are each reading through "Bible Study Methods by Rick Warren" and "How To Study Your Bible" by Kay Arthur. When we are finished we will decide which book is better for our ladies. We have personally been taught how to study our Bible by our previous local church, but would like to have more of a user friendly curriculum study. Being in God's word is so important, but knowing how to study it is life changing! Hope this helps somebody!

Star Forbis February 13, 2010 at 6:28 PM  

I too have taught some Beth Moore study's they are always good, if the group has the time to put into homework.

I've also really enjoyed teaching The Power of a Praying Wife, by Stormie O'Martian. And I love The 5 Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman.

Sarah Ann Rogers February 20, 2010 at 5:01 PM  

I love Beth Moore's "Breaking Free" - it is applicable to any woman: unbelievers, new Christians, and those who have known Christ for years. I also agree with Ashley - My husband and I work with the college ministry, and we see many people who do not know basic Biblical truths, so anything that addresses that is great!

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