So Long, Insecurity Group Experience Paperback – Jun 1 2011
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I haven't read the book this quide is based on , but am intrigued to search it out. As a linear person this guide was very comfortable to navigate. I could see myself using it in either a group situation or even on my own, although a group would definitely be more advantageous as more points of view would be raised. I would recommend this study to any women's bible study group or several friends who want to get to know one another better and help each other grow.
I received a complimentary copy of the book for review purposes from Tyndale House.
Join noted Bible teacher and author Beth Moore on her quest for real, lasting, soul deep security. Through this in depth, interactive study, you will learn to recognize and rely on the true Source of hope. Beth challenges us to shed our old insecurities and put on the clothing of strength and dignity that can only be found through God.
Relevant for any woman trying to survive in the fast paced, image obsessed culture with a little dignity, this ten week study features carefully guided group sessions with questions designed to draw you closer to one another and to God.
I'm currently still reading this book, and it came at a perfect time in my life. This book reminds me of group therapy that I used to go with, but with a religious flair. I highly recommend this book, as it really gets you to open your eyes and helps you love yourself again.
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I love how each week is laid out.
Warm Up: This is a way to get things moving. Questions and activities to really get the conversation started.
A Word From Beth: This is usually a couple of paragraphs from the Author in which she shares with you what she hopes you are experiencing.
Digging In: This part takes sections of the book and had questions paired with it. This will really help you understand what you read and help you process it a little more with your group.
In The Light of the Word: This section gives you verses to read as a group. They always go along with what you have been reading and helps you see what the Word of God has to say about it all.
Wrap-up: This is a bit of a sum it all up section. This also has the ending prayer in it.
I love how centered this is on the Word of God. It's wonderful to see something not just full of someones opinions but to see it really focus on what the Bible has to say about it all.
This was a book I reviewed for Tyndale House Publishers.
The best part about leading a Bible Study is that women who attend these group studies typically are growing Christians. As growing Christians, their relationship with God desires to be closer and the first part of drawing closer is learning to forgive. So they are much more forgiving of your mistakes than another group might be.
This Group Leader's Guide leaves little room for error. Beth Moore gives you a paragraph of opening, each step of the session in relationship to scripture and the week's reading. She teaches the leader to bring in some of herself with personal stories. But the best part is that Moore reminds the Leader that the Group belongs to God, and as such should be lead with much prayer before, during, and after.
I highly recommend this Leader's guide not only to help each reader in the group overcome insecurity, but also to help an unsure Group Leader overcome her insecurity, as well. I received this book for free from Tyndale Publishers in exchange for an HONEST review.