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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: AMG Publishers
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 11 X 8 1/2 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Following God
Following God Series: Renewing the Heart for WomenBarbara HenryAMG Publishers / 2005 / Trade Paperback$17.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Following God Series: Life Principles from the Women of the BibleWayne BarberAMG Publishers / 1999 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 29 Reviews
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Following God: Enhancing Your Marriage: A Women's Bible StudyJudy RossiAMG Publishers / 2004 / Trade Paperback$17.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 18 Reviews
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Life Principles from the Women of the Bible, 2 VolumesAMG Publishers / Trade Paperback$17.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Titus 2:3-5 tell us that older woman should lead by example while teaching young women to live inside and outside their homes Woman to Woman: Life principles from Titus 2 is a twelve-week Following God Bible study that takes the outline given in Titus 2 searches other scriptures to find specific direction and guidelines as to how mature women in the faith can minister to other women. The purpose of the book is to provide a resource for woman who desire to minister to others. It is designed to encourage and equip women to speak truth to those who are younger (both spiritually and chronological), breaking through barriers in order to deal with difficult questions women face in the 21st century.
Rather than offering another set of answers from one woman's perspective, this study takes each woman to passages of Scripture, helping her discover what God is saying to her personally, without skirting the deeper issues. As with all books in the Following God lines of Bible study products, Woman to Woman is ideal for small group discussions. The first four lessons look at the four qualifications for women in ministry: a priestly lifestyle, a commitment to confidentiality, freedom from addictions, and an appreciation for beauty and the ability to teach it. Younger women may take this study to learn what they are to seek in an older woman mentor and how to be better prepared to minister to others. Each of the remaining lessons takes one of the topics Paul identifies in his letter to Titus as being important for woman and seeks to develop a biblical foundation for understanding and training
Mentors will find guidelines for dealing with issues like:
* Depression * Anger * Addictions
* Guilt * Denial * Anxiety
* Legalism * Fear * Forgiveness
BARBARA HENRY received her B.A. in education from Covenant College and her M.A. in biblical counseling from Colorado Christian University. She has been involved in women's ministries for over thirty years-leading and writing Bible studies for the local church and spiritual direction for individuals. Her passion for equipping others for ministry makes her a popular speaker in churches across America.
Barbara has four children and for the last ten years has served as a single parent. Both of her daughters are stay-at-home moms, and her sons are active in music ministry. Barbara is blessed with five beautiful grandchildren and hopes to have many more. For more on Barbara check out her Web site at: www.barbarahenry.org
"God has used Barbara to direct women's though to a high level of insight into richness of His own Holy Word and to challenge us with the joyful prospect of knowing Chris better."
MRS.JOEL (CAROL ESTHER) BELZ, of World Magazine
"Perhaps the most profound instructions for women's ministry are found in just three verses in the second chapter of Paul's letter to Titus. Barbara Henry has crafted a masterful study that captures the essence of these three verses and will inspire women of all ages to effectively minister to others."
Kathleen5 Stars Out Of 5This book has thought provoking questions.October 14, 2010KathleenQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This book gives good insight into woman to woman relationships. I think it is deep enough for an experienced Bible studier and easy enough for those just beginning to study their Bible. One of the features that I like is the fact that we are all priests before God. It makes it interesting to approach our God as a priest for another. As a priest we may see ourselves differently and remember that we are sanctified (set apart) before God. The later chapters all help us with our challenges for our everyday lives. It is important that women help each other in a mentor or loving older sister kind of way.
Sandra Wiegel4 Stars Out Of 5November 27, 2009Sandra WiegelHave used the Following God series before and am confident that this series will not disapoint, however the study is difficult than previous ones I have used.
Roy Chrisitan Church5 Stars Out Of 5April 27, 2009Roy Chrisitan ChurchThis is an excellent book. We have been using this as part of our Women's Discipleship program for four years. The lessons are for women in various phases of life to become Titus 2 women of God.
Brenda Barnard5 Stars Out Of 5March 13, 2009Brenda BarnardGoing to a 40 member church of older retired couples, I had the privilege of walking with God and these mature women of Christ through this study. Doing this study in a group setting provided the accountability and prayer support to get a clear and fuller understanding, as you get when the Holy Spirit works through His people. This study is amazing and a much needed tool for mentoring newer believers. I thank God for training me up in this way! I am now finding God using me to mentor women much older chronologically, but younger in the Word and their relationship with Christ. : )
Reyna1 Stars Out Of 5January 14, 2008ReynaWhile much of the study is great, and there are some amazing lessons.... there are many times where a question is asked and the scripture passage she chooses is a bit of a stretch...Ie., page 98...The Prodigal Son is a 'parable' which she uses it in the section of 'loving your children' (with the preceding comment "love always trusts") and asks "would you be willing to give a prodigal son money, allow him to leave and be waiting and watching for his return? It would take a lot of trust"..... I believe the parable of the Prodigal Christ used is a picture of a son who was 'dead' and now alive, 'lost' and now found v32 ... I believe Christ's intention is to show a 'picture' of salvation and not meant as an instruction to give trust or wealth to one who shows himself untrustworthy of it...
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