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This is only the "getting started" guide to find out more about Bible Studies in this series. All the studies are fun and interactive ways to spice up your your lady's small group, church group, or next gathering of friends.
|Format: Other, N/A|
Number of Pages: 11
Vendor: Daisies In the Rain Publishing
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 5.50 X 8.50 X 0.04 (inches)|
Series: Creative Friendzy
Cookin' Up Creativity: Creative Friendzy Series--Leader GuidePam Morton, Kathy JinglingDaisies In the Rain Publishing / 2005 / Trade Paperback$0.25 Retail:
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Home Improvement: Creative Friendzy Series--Leader GuidePam Morton, Kathy JinglingDaisies In the Rain Publishing / 2005 / Trade Paperback$0.10 Retail:
$4.79Save 98% ($4.69)Availability: In StockStock No: WW036052
All the World's a Stage, Student Guide Creative Friendzy SeriesPam Morton, Kathy JinglingDaisies In the Rain Publishing / 2005 / Trade Paperback$0.10 Retail:
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Tracy Hamm hears it from at least two different women every week: "This is exactly what I needed." Hamm, who leads a women's Bible study at a growing church in Wichita, Kansas, says she prayed for months about a new direction for her church's women's ministry.
Attendance was sporadic - and the more serious the spiritual topic, it seemed, the lower the turnout. "You can either have a fun time or you can do a Bible study thats what women think," Hamm says. "Everything I found was one or the other."
Then Hamm followed a link in an e-mail newsletter and found something different the Creative Friendzy Web site. With equal emphasis on its values of character, community and creativity, "Creative Friendzy" is a new kind of women's curriculum. It aims to impart hands-on fun and practical skills while still delving into significant scriptural truth.
"I dont think any other materials combine those features in the same way," says Kathy Jingling, who co-authored the study with friend Pam Morton.