Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World
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Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World   -     By: Lynn Cowell & Amy Carroll

Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World

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When you have a decision to make, when your stability is shaken, when your sure-fire plan fails, when everything is spinning out of control - What do you do when God seems invisible in our uncertainty.

This six-week, in-depth study of the book of Esther is a gritty dive into a woman's story that teaches us to:

  • Listen to wise people who fill our gaps of understanding.
  • Embrace your feelings as a catalyst for God-directed action.
  • Do the work God assigns you even when in doubt.
  • Speak up with confidence, knowing that God has a place for your voice in His story.

The InScribed series is a collection of studies that lead women to not just survive but thrive by encouraging them to immerse themselves in the Word of God.

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Title: Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World
By: Lynn Cowell & Amy Carroll
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: HarperChristian Resources
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 0310141044
ISBN-13: 9780310141044
Series: InScribed Collection
Stock No: WW0141044

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What do you do when God seems to have vanished?

When you have a decision to make, when your stability is shaken, when your sure-fire plan fails—when everything is spinning out of control…

Esther is the perfect partner for seeing our invisible God in uncertainty. Though she lived centuries ago, Esther speaks to us when we run into limited control and resources. We find in her a strength and fortitude you and I need today. A strength we discover as we follow her process of listen, feel, do, and speak. We’ll see that Esther carved a pathway, not only with faith but with influence, for all women who find themselves walking through uncertainty. 

This six-week, in-depth study of the book of Esther is a gritty dive into a woman’s story that teaches us to:

  • Listen to wise people who fill our gaps of understanding
  • Embrace your feelings as a catalyst for God-directed action.
  • Do the work God assigns you even when in doubt.
  • Speak up with confidence, knowing that God has a place for your voice in His story.

This study guide includes biblical and historical background insights, Bible study, practical application, and questions for reflection.

InScribed is a collection of studies that lead women to not just survive but thrive by encouraging them to immerse themselves in the Word of God.

Author Bio

Lynn Cowell is a part of the Proverbs 31 Ministries speaking team, speaking to pre-teens, teens, multi-generational and women’s conferences and retreats on a regular basis. Girls often come up to her saying, "How did you know that's what I was going through?" Hearing direction and guidance on critical issues they face, Lynn encourages them to reach their fullest potential by finding the relationship in Christ they were created them for. For the past 18 years, her ministry has helped thousands of girls and their moms:

  • Replace loneliness, rejection, and pain with acceptance, affirmation, and approval.
  • Make decisions that lead women to reaching their fullest potential, rather than being a victim to emotionally-based decisions.
  • Shift faith in Jesus from a parental influence to a personal, growing relationship.
  • Develop and stick to boundaries that protect the heart, mind, and body.
  • Communicate with guys and other girlfriends in a healthy and positive way.

 In addition to speaking on the national level, Lynn reaches many through her writing as an author of three books, blogger, and devotion writer. As a regular contributor for the Proverbs 31 Ministries’ daily devotions, Encouragement for Today, her devotions reach an audience of over 800,000 subscribers. She has been a regular contributor for The Whatever Girls and The Mom Initiative. Lynn and her husband, Greg, of 30 years, are the parents of three young adults: Zak, Mariah, and Madi. The Cowells reside in North Carolina where they enjoy hiking in the mountains, wearing well-worn sweatshirts and eating anything that combines chocolate and peanut butter.

 

Amy Carroll is a speaker and writer for Proverbs 31 Ministries and the author of Exhale and Breaking Up with Perfect. She's a woman who loves great stories and challenging ideas, so co-hosting the Grit 'n' Grace podcast has also become one of her favorite things.

Editorial Reviews

'Christians and non-Christians alike are coming to terms with the uncertainty of this life. But as we balance ongoing uncertainty with our unwavering call as Christians, here comes Amy and Lynn, trusted friends, to help with a fresh look at the ancient text of Esther. From the narrative of a girl who is often reviled, Amy and Lynn skillfully yet gracefully show how much like you and me she is. With humor and transparent authenticity, Amy and Lynn share their pitfalls as well as biblical principles which helped them grow spiritually through trying seasons of life. As you read the scripture and allow them to read you, like Amy, Lynn and Esther, God will encourage, convict, and empower you to stand firm, regardless of the outcome. Wherever you are in your life, this must-do bible study is for such a time as this.' -- Karen McNary, Bible Study Fellowship: Director of Global Cultural Engagement

'Have you had struggles where God felt invisible, uncaring, and uninvolved? Me, too. Amy and Lynn tenderly reveal how God is always in control and show us ourselves in Esther's story. This Bible study will guide you from Persia straight to the place you call home, and help you hope in God's unwavering hand when he leads you out of your comfort zone into your calling.' -- Amy Lively, author of How to Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird

'As a Bible teacher and lover of Esther's miraculous story, I thought that I knew everything about the book of the Esther. Wrong! Amy and Lynn's new study provides fresh spiritual insights as well as humbly and lovingly raising the bar on Spirit-led personal application and spiritual challenge. Personally, I loved experiencing fascinating new 'a-ha' moments every day of this study!' -- Barb Roose, speaker and author of Surrendered: Letting Go and Living Like Jesus; Joshua: Winning the Worry Battle; and other studies

'This study is a mix of fun, insight, and a deep dive into scripture. What I love most is that it has the power to teach me today how to live as a woman of faith right now, and to make a difference in a world that God loves like crazy.' -- Suzanne (Suzie) Eller, author, Bible teacher, co-host of More Than Small Talk podcast

'Although the book of Esther doesn't directly mention God, Amy and Lynn help you see His guiding hand throughout this young queen's journey. You'll find helpful insights, engaging questions, and new perspectives realizing the Lord at work in your own story as you turn the pages of this excellent Bible study.' -- Melissa Spoelstra, speaker and author of Isaiah: Striving Less and Trusting God More

'If you're looking for the standard 'Here's how to get through hard times, just look to God' answers, you've come to the wrong Bible study. Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World goes beyond the platitudes and dives into the messy, deep end of the pool. If you've been swimming in the deep end for the past couple of years, asking the tough questions, this book is for you.' -- Kathi Lipp, bestselling author and founder of Writing at the Red House

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