Monday, July 28, 2014

Review: Thirty Days in 1 Corinthians 13 (Bible Study for Busy Mamas) by:Pam Forster

Thirty Days in 1 Corinthians 13 (Bible Study for Busy Mamas)
About the Book:
It’s not easy, getting into the Word when your house is full of little ones who need you twenty-four hours a day—but this study will help!

Here is a simple but deep approach to Bible study, divided into bite-size portions that will leave you encouraged and excited as you discover that you do have time for meaningful Bible study.

By giving you bite-size study assignments, five to ten minutes per day for thirty days, this book will help you make time for a deep and meaningful Bible study of 1 Corinthians 13.

Besides your own five to ten-minute daily study, this book also includes daily ideas for including your children in your Bible study. 


My Review:
 I love the Busy Mamas series of Bible studies. The author wasn't new to me as I have reviewed one of her other studies in the past---so I jumped at the chance to do it again. She knows exactly what we are going through and the challenges we face as moms. She has put together a very short and simple Bible study on 1 Corinthians 13, it should only take about 15 minutes a day for about 30 days. So real short and sweet because our time is valuable.

 As invaluable as are families are, we as mothers are a priceless commodity that can NOT be replaced. And God has never undermined that in His reference to us. We are an integral part of the functions of our families and of course our little adults that we are raising. This Bible story is full of in depth learning based on 1 chapter, which in turn is 13 small verses. It is full of encouragement on our journey and it even includes some assignments for our children to get them involved as well. Teaching our children how to read, understand, and learn the Bible should be at the top of our priorities&this author can help us achieve it!

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