Can Anyone Recommend A Really Good Women’s Bible Study?

We are always looking for good material. This time I am asking for your feedback on what your congregation has used in regard to women’s Bible study classes. What has been the most well received, impacting, and relevant study your congregation has used?

0 Responses to Can Anyone Recommend A Really Good Women’s Bible Study?

  1. Beth Moore’s study on Daniel involved several ladies at Grace Bible Church in Pryor, OK. It was life changing for most of us.

  2. I have been a leader of Women’s Bible Study for 10 years at my home church. I have watched Beth Moore’s studies impact more people than any other writer out there. The study I would recommend is “Breaking Free (Updated Version)”. I don’t think it’s possible to sit under this teaching and not break free from something before it’s over. No matter what age you are, where you are in your walk, or how much junk you have in your closed, this study is for everyone. I took the original study and the updated one is similar, just “updated”. It is truly an awesome study.

  3. jenni0310 says:

    Seasoning Your Words by Nancy Eichman, (or am I the only woman that struggles with her tongue?) ;0)

  4. jenni0310 says:

    Special Delivery by Jane Mc Whorter This is a wonderful book that challenges me to put into action the things that I have studied. It is a course in letter writing, but it is so much more than that! To borrow from the editor, it is: 1.A daily bible study 2. A personal growth manual 3. A practical application of bible examples 4. A guide for making a difference, one soul at a time

  5. Bob Bliss says:

    Matt, Casandra Martin has a whole series called “Women Opening the Word” that is published by 21st Century Christian. Our ladies have a twice a month evening study on Tuesdays and they have been using Casandra’s material and like it quite well.

  6. Rene says:

    Love&Ashes: A Bible Study of Love, Loss and Ultimate Romance. Here’s a great one for women of all ages that addresses how we as women tend to deify romantic love and downplay divine love. Using real life modern stories and laying them on the template of scriptural character studies, this bible study adjusts our perspective on romantic love and puts it in its proper context under the perfect love of God. See

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