For eight Sundays women are invited to learn how to "Fight Like A Girl". This Bible study will break through the noise in our lives.
Written by Lisa Bevere from Messenger international, this study challenges women to accept – and celebrate – themselves as God created them. Lisa reveals how women's femininity is actually their greatest strength.
There is so much to talk about you'll want to set aside 1.5 hours.
Invite your friends. Encourage them to discover their true potential and fulfillment as we all learn to fight like a girl.
About the Author:
Lisa Bevere is an international speaker, best-selling author and co-host of The Messenger television program. Her passion and message is directed to the daughters of God. Her desire is to see women empowered as God intended. She strives to break through all the noise news, society, social media, television and other media outlets bombard our lives wih.
In her transparent style, Lisa shares God's Word woven with personal experiences to empower lives with freedom and transformation. She rallies men and women to be an answer to desperate problems both near and far away.
According to the DVD cover, when Lisa's not out changing the world, "she begins her days with mochas and ends them laughing around the dinner table. She enjoys riding her Ninja motorcycle with her husband and spending time with their four sons and their families."
About the Facilitator:
Janet Brister is facilitating the study. She's been called "The Encourager" by some at APBC which sums up her mission - to encourage her fellow sisters and brothers to find the purpose God created them for and then reach their potential within that purpose.
Regarding this study, Janet said, "I wish the study had been made available to me in college. That was about the time the women's movement was at its peak and their message was all about equality of the sexes.
"I always agreed pay should have nothing to do with gender in the workforce but, to me, that equality ended right there. The confusing message I heard was to be equal to a man, you had to act like a man. And it was women's job to put on their boots and 'walk all over' the men.
"I look around me today and believe we are living in a very confused society when it comes to gender and the roles of men and women. This study brings clarity."
We will not meet Labor Day weekend. Childcare is available with advanced notice.
Participants are encouraged to continue the discussion on the APBC Women's Facebook page.