Thousands of women around the world have discovered the valuable lessons found in More Bad Girls of the Bible, sharing what they've learned with other women in Sunday School classes, women's Bible studies, and reading groups. Hundreds of those same women clamored for more--more in-depth teaching in a workbook format, more information on using the books in small group studies, more ways to share the grace and sovereignty of God demonstrated in the pages of Bad Girls of the Bible. This workbook meets those needs and more, providing an additional resource for teacher and student alike, or for inidividual readers who want to expand their understanding of these women from the Bible and how their life stories fit into the "big picture" of biblical history. Sized to match the original book, this workbook enhances the message of Liz Curtis Higgs's best selling book. Used in tandem with the video recorded live in September 2000, and the original book, this new workbook will provide women with all the tools they need for personal or group study of all of these Bad News Belles.
Since the release of Bad Girls of the Bible and Really Bad Girls of the Bible, women like you have clamored for more–more in-depth teaching in a workbook format, more information on using the books in small group studies, and more ways to share the grace and sovereignty of God. Now, that hands-on help is here–in two practical workbooks that will make God’s Word, and the stories of your biblical sisters, come alive for you!
Discover what Bathsheba, Herodias, Tamar the Widow, and five other biblical Bad Girls can teach us about themselves, about us, and about the God who created us all in the Really Bad Girls of the Bible Workbook. ALSO AVAILABLE: THE BAD GIRLS OF THE BIBLE WORKBOOK.
An award-winning speaker, Liz Curtis Higgs has addressed audiences from more than 1400 platforms around the world. She is the author of eighteen books, including Bad Girls of the Bible, Really Bad Girls of the Bible, and Mad Mary. Liz and her husband, Bill, live with their two children in Kentucky.