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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2011
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Series: Fresh Life
Live Relationally: Lessons from the Women of GenesisLenya Heitzig, Penny RoseDavid C. Cook / 2009 / Trade Paperback$12.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Holy Moments: Recognizing God's Fingerprints on Your LifeLenya HeitzigGospel Light / 2006 / Hardcover$5.99 Retail:
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Lenya Heitzig is an award-winning author and a popular Bible teacher. She and her husband, Skip, founded Calvary Church of Albuquerque, one of the fastest-growing churches worldwide. She is the author of Holy Moments: Recognizing Gods Fingerprints on Your Life and coauthor of the Bible studies in the Fresh Life series. She also contributed to the best-selling New Womens Devotional Bible. Lenya serves at the director of Women at Calvary overseeing weekly Bible studies and yearly retreats. Lenya and Skip live in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Penny Rose is also an award winning author. A graduate of Texas Tech University, Penny prepared for ministry in Bible Study Fellowship while attending Calvary of Albuquerque. Penny went into leadership with the Women at Calvary where she developed the Bible study curriculum.
About the Fresh Life Series▼▲
Study the Bible in only 20 minutes a day, discover life-changing truths, and gain new insight into your God and yourself. The Fresh Life Series is a fresh approach to studying Scripture that gives newcomers as well as seasoned students deep insight into God's Word. With probing questions, insightful sidebars, and meaningful life-application exercises, this study has something for everyone. Discover God's treasures - the rich inheritance He has bequeathed you, His beloved daughter.
The Fresh Life Series are workbooks featuring beautiful interior design, an intuitive layout, and questions designed to help women grow closer to God. By examining various topics and books of the Bible using the directed study method, women will learn that the Word of God does the work of God in their lives. Unlike other outdated or overwhelming women's Bible studies, the Live series is uncomplicated, yet profound in its fresh approach to timeless truths. The reader will live abundantly through studying the Living Word. They will walk away feeling inspired and encouraged.
Christy Lockstein4 Stars Out Of 5Fresh Life Bible Study series focus on Moses' lifeJanuary 9, 2012Christy LocksteinQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Live Reflectively by Lenya Heitzig & Penny Rose is part of the Fresh Life Bible Study series. This title uses moments from the life of Moses to get readers to look at their life and how God wants to be a part of it. I love this series because it only asks twenty minutes a day from the reader and has a fairly structured format with helps to Lift up, Look at, Learn about, Live out, and Listen to. Each lesson has five weekday sessions giving readers the weekends off so you don't have to feel bad if you miss a day. The writers are all about encouraging readers to dip deep into the Bible and find how it is still relevant to today's readers. Moses' life has been covered many times, but Heitzig and Rose make it fresh by having readers write out sections of the story in their own words and then using other parts of Scripture to add understanding. This is a great series for both men and women, beginners and experts because it's all about personal growth and how God is acting in your life.
wyn4 Stars Out Of 5Good woman's bible studyDecember 28, 2011wynQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4These are excellent bible studies written for women by women. Women have a difficult time finding extra time in their day to take part in extra study but this series promises that the lessons will take only 20 minutes, and they do, I timed them. In those 20 minutes the student learns about the person who wrote the biblical passage or is the subject of the biblical passage, as well as what God wants us to learn about how to live life as a Christian. Each chapter, five per week, is set out in the same manner Lift up, a prayer to God, Look at, what the passage is about who wrote it and why, Learn about, side bars that explain words or cultural meanings of the passage, Live out, ways in which the student can apply the lesson to her own life, and Listen to, quotes from famous people that apply to the lesson. I liked the aspect that the authors used other biblical references to dig deeper into the passage to clarify it's meaning. Although the study focused on one book of the Bible it wasn't restricted to just that book. These studies can be done by a single person or a small group. There is a section to help a small group leader involve her group in discussions. There is plenty of room on the pages to add your answers but I prefer to use a notebook. Definitely a great series of biblical studies.
onedesertroseSt. Paul, MNAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5December 3, 2011onedesertroseSt. Paul, MNAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Live Reflectively: Lessons from the Watershed Moments of Moses by Lenya Heitzig . Live Abundantly: A Study in the Book of Ephesians by Lenya Heitzig & Penny Rose.
Both books have the same basic outline or format as the other:
1. Lift Up_a prayer that pertains to that day's reading/study
2. Look At_a description of the circumstances in those verses
3. Live Out_a personal introspection and application of the verses
4. Listen To_a quote(s) from well-known figures pertaining to that lesson
5. Learn About_definitions of words and background information
The weekly introduction and some of the specific days give additional information or examples to help us understand the passages for that week and/or day. The personal examples are a great addition in learning how to Live Out what we are learning.
Of the two books, I find the book, Live Abundantly, has more personal application questions than Live Reflectively, which appeals to me more personally. This may be due to the type of book being studied. Exodus tends to have more historical information, where as Ephesians tends to be more application-minded. You will learn much from both.
Before becoming a Christian, I thought the Old Testament was irrelevant. Shortly there after, I did a study on the Minor Prophets that included most of the Old Testament. Boy, was I ever wrong! It's relevant!
Both books are excellent in format, questions, application, and prayer requests. Don't be afraid to pick up both books and dig deep!
Special thanks to Audra Jennings, Senior Media Specialist, The B&B Media Group for sending me these review copies. No monetary compensation was exchanged