Small Group Workbook: The Bible in 52 Weeks for Women: A Yearlong Bible Study Companion (Paperback)
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Gather a study group and explore the entire Bible in one year
Studying the Bible with others helps you open yourself up to greater meaning and reflection than studying alone. This small group workbook guides Christian women through the entire Bible every week for one year. Together, you’ll explore prompts, questions, activities, and prayers that lead you from Genesis to Revelation.
- Written for women—Find thoughtfully curated discussion topics that focus on what it means to be a woman of faith.
- Easy to manage—The readings are only a few pages long, paired with a schedule that fits a sampling of each chapter of the Bible into 52 weeks.
- Opportunities to engage—Each week includes suggested passages to read, a short devotion, questions and exercises for the group, and a prayer to close each session.
Get to know the Word in a new light and strengthen your relationship with Christ with this Bible study guide for women.
About the Author
REV. BRITTINI L. PALMER is a writer, public theologian, communications consultant, and graduate of Virginia Union University and McAfee School of Theology. She has provided spiritual services to women and children experiencing homelessness and poverty in the metro Atlanta area, serves as the Communication Coordinator for the RISE Together Mentorship Network, and has written for various outlets including Wear Your Voice Mag, Penn Live, and Sojourners.
“Every time I need to choose a Bible study curriculum for our women's church school class, I get frustrated. Most of what is available was written by and for women with whom I have nothing in common. I am so excited to have access to a yearlong study that will allow us not only to read God's Word but also challenges us with thought-provoking questions throughout. If you're looking to cut down your Bible study prep time, I highly recommend Small Group Workbook: The Bible in 52 Weeks for Women!” —Rev. Dwylene Butler, executive minister of Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church