This week we wrapped up our final live discussion of our book club book Women of the Word. We have has such a rich discussion over the past few weeks and through our discussions and the book by Jen Wilkin, I have a new confidence when I approach Bible study.
If you have missed any of our previous discussion, you can head here for links to all of our recaps and live video replays.
In this Women of the Word Book Club You’ll Hear:
- How to combat the frustrations of Bible study
- The helpful order to consult cross-references and commentaries in your Bible study
- The benefits of sharing your Bible study with a group
- The importance of doing your homework when taking part in a group study
- Encouragement for teachers of the Word (and students)
- Common teaching pitfalls – what they are and how you can avoid them
- Encouragement to keep studying God’s word
Can’t see the video? Click here to view the replay on YouTube.
We have made the replay available on YouTube because some of you expressed that you did not want to get a Twitter account which is currently the only way you can use Blab.
That Wraps Up This Book Club:
You can click here to get your copy of Women of the Word and start learning how to study God’s word effectively today! Just because you weren’t a part of this book club discussion it doesn’t mean you can’t benefit. This book is hands down the best book I’ve read to date on the topic of studying God’s word for yourself.
The Discussion Guide
Though simply reading the book is enough, if you want to be able to think through some discussion questions as you read, we used Crossway’s Study Guide for our discussion guide.
Consider starting your own group!
Hosting or starting a book club at your church or in your area is not hard to do, so consider gathering some other women to read through this book together. It can be your sisters, your cousins, your neighbors, your friends … whoever. Just one or two other women to read through together will be helpful!
Reading this book alone was highly beneficial, but I gleaned SO MUCH more as we met and discussed it together each week.
All you need is the book and the discussion guide. Pick a few questions to lead the discussion each week and you’re all set! Let the Holy Spirit do the rest. 🙂
Again, click here to see our past discussion, how we broke up the sections, and download the book and guide all in one place.
If you missed us live, feel free to add some of your thoughts in the comments on YouTube or here on the blog. Leigh Ann, Ashley, and I will be interacting in the comments, so feel free to share some of your thoughts!
What important lessons and truths stuck out to you from this week’s reading and discussion?
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