“What Are You Reading?” Wednesday

For the past several months, I have been meeting weekly with two other ladies who lost their husbands around the same time I did. We meet for fellowship, encouragement, prayer and Bible study. We have recently begun a new study and we are all really enjoying it. It is a study about prayer and it is based on the life of David.

The book is so rich, and I really enjoy the author’s writing style. The author happens to be the wife of the contractor that I used for the recent work I had done on my house! We were just talking one day and he mentioned that his wife was an author. After our conversation, he brought me a copy of her book…and I’m so thankful that he did!

So if you’re looking for a great study to do individually or as a group, I highly recommend “Steadfast” by Lauren Mitchell. I think you’ll really be blessed by it AND you’ll be supporting a local author!


I’d love to hear what Bible study you are involved in or what book you are currently reading! Please share!

Trusting His Plan,

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bethany Johnson
    Mar 04, 2015 @ 22:42:45

    Thanks for sharing that book! Have you read A Praying Life by Paul Miller? Excellent book that made me want to pray more!

    So good to see you and Jacob Sunday at Senoia! See you at BSF tomorrow 😊

    Bethany Johnson Sent from my iPhone




  2. Amanda Kurz
    Mar 05, 2015 @ 03:52:24

    I am reading Small Talk by Amy Julia Becker and hope to start another of her books that you gave me. Reading has been a little slower going than usual in this house!



  3. Liz Caldwell
    Mar 05, 2015 @ 07:02:53

    I am in discipleship small group where we are going through “Follow Me” by David Platt.l I find it very eye opening.



  4. Jo
    Mar 05, 2015 @ 08:14:48

    Thanks for information about this book. I’ll try to get a copy right away. We have a small group of ladies meeting at my home each week for Bible study. Right now we are studying the book of James and have found that Beth Moore’s study of James (through her videos) is a good spring board for our discussion and deeper study. Maybe we will begin to look at this book for the next study. Meeting in a small group is very helpful in our grief journey. I have been a facilitator for the program “GriefShare” in the past and it is a wonderful program. I just did not feel I could lead it right now with my own grief, in the loss of my husband, so fresh and raw. Although this program is video-driven, the real help and healing comes from being able to share with others who have had the loss of a loved one in their lives. I commend you for the steps you are taking in your own journey. Not only are you healing, but you are helping others through your writing and Bible study.



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