Daughter Where’s Your Crown: Examine Biblical Virtue in the Life of Ruth and Proverbs 31 by Kathy Farley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“As wives, mothers, caretakers, and breadwinners, women face a unique set of challenges. Have you found yourself struggling with not feeling “good enough?” Has pressure of trying to do the “right thing” ever left you feeling overwhelmed and discouraged? Daughter, Where’s Your Crown? will help you meet these challenges head-on.”
“Daughter, Where’s Your Crown” by author Kathy Farley is a bible study for women based on Proverbs 31. The first half of the book is based on Proverbs 31- verses 1 – 9, with the remainder of the book focusing on the Proverbs 31 woman. This study is designed to give women new insights into this important chapter. Continue reading
Speak, Lord: Hearing Psalms in the First Person by Vic Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
““I am your shepherd. You have no need of anything, because I am all you need.”
Do you ever wish that God would speak directly to you? The Psalms are filled with the heart-cry of a man for his God. But they are also overflowing with the depths of God’s heart for you.
In Speak, Lord you will learn how to engage with the Psalms in a fresh, dynamic way – hearing them as though God were speaking directly to you. Vic Black, the National Prayer Director for The Navigators, shares his passion to ignite your personal relationship with God by teaching you to interpret the Psalms from God’s perspective.”
Some Reviews Just Speak for Themself….
Over the years, I’ve been known to purchase and attempt to complete several Bible Study’s. I’ve not been very sucessful at it. I’m not sure the reason, but my typical pattern is to be gung-ho for the first week, with my attention waning somewhere around the beginning of week 2. Now, I’m not saying that I haven’t completed any… but I’m best when I am part of a group study. Not so good on my own.
So I wondered when I agreed to review this 4-week Bible study, if I would be able to finish it and be able to give an honest and truthful review for the author. Well… Praise Jesus! Yes. I finished it! I loved this study. I was sad to see it end. I truly did wish that there were a few more weeks worth of study. I do hope the author is working on her next study… she is truly gifted!
Check it out, I think you’ll be blessed as I was. Continue reading
The Derision of Heaven by Michael Whitworth
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
“Every day it seems the world becomes increasingly hostile to Christianity. Values are being scuttled, faith is scorned, and God’s people are being marginalized. These difficult times pose two questions to Christians. How can we be the “light of the word” in such abject darkness? And how can God still be in control of all things?”