I have an older girlfriend who invested an incredible three years of her life mentoring me. She was a firm believer in passing the legacy of faith onto the next generation of women. In her book "A Woman's High Calling" Elizabeth George covers the topic of mentoring women. The book is beautifully written in Elizabeth's one on one style of conversation. She guides the reader through the "10 Essentials for Godly Living." There is a study guide which you can purchase separately to use for individual or group study. This is an excellant resource for those women who feel led to mentor the next generation of women.
Many times folks in church will talk about the passage in Titus 2:3-5. Have you ever taken the time to sit down and study those verses? Have you ever wondered what exactly was meant and how it could apply to your life?
In the book, "A Woman's High Calling" by Elizabeth George you will find this book guides you through Bible study to understand the meaning of Titus 2:3-5. It is written as part observation using God's Word, part interpretation, by defining each section and lastly real life application. Included in the back of the book is a Bible study guide to help you have a deeper understanding of the message by working through more scripture.
This addition is updated, so if you have read this book in the past, this version has been condensed in some sections and flows much better than the first.
"A Woman's High Calling" is wonderfully written for a Mother-Daughter Bible Study. It is also appropriate for all levels of Christian Maturity that will inspire and challenge each person individually.
Every day this book offers the encouragement and support needed at that point in the day/week and God uses this to help face the day and people we meet. I would recommend this to everyone for a daily boost!