Series Spotlight: Inscribed Bible Studies

30 Jan

Thomas Nelson has just released a new Bible study series targeted for women. The Inscribed  series is written by women for women. Here are a few of the titles available:

680237Inseparable by Ashley Linne. What word would you use to describe yourself? Now think of a word God would use to describe you. Us it the same word? Based on the book of Romans, Inseparable gives an overview of our identity in Christ. Throughout the book, guided Bible study sections will lead you to discover truths in Scripture for yourself and challenge you to apply those truths to your everyday thought processes and choices. You’ll be encouraged to look to Christ for approval, identity, and significance rather than yourself or the world around you. Each chapter concludes with a “Come Together” section with questions to discuss with a small group, friend, or online group.

680152Just Rise Up! by Sarah Francis Martin. It is common to look at our faith as something that just “is”. It’s not strong, nor is it weak; it’s simply a part of us. But faith is something we desire to strengthen. It is a vital relationship with our Lord that should be nurtured, celebrated, and shouted from the rooftops as the most incredible gift we will ever receive.

Just Rise Up! is a call to do just that. This invigorating study motivates women to do life differently by making Jesus famous in all aspects of life. Many have the itch to make a difference with their lives but don’t know how. By living a life of praise, with a humble posture and a Kingdom perspective, women will step into their life purpose. With Just Rise Up! readers will evaluate their present stance before the Lord and become excited to Rise Up! and take their place in the Kingdom to make the name of Jesus renowned.

679750Barren Among The Fruitful by Amanda Hope Haley. Using Amanda’s personal stories, and the stories of other women who have struggled to have children, Barren Among the Fruitful surrounds those women struggling with infertility or miscarriage with a sense of community while providing honest facts. It leads women from confusion to understanding. Each chapter is titled with a well-meaning, but sometimes thoughtless comment Amanda was offered during her seven-year struggle with infertility. At the end of each chapter are questions for reflection.




Great for use in a small group setting, these studies will meet women right where they are in their faith journey. Whether your group wants to focus on a book of the Bible or a specific issue, all 12 books in the series will be a great resource.

Thanks to Thomas Nelson for review copies. All opinions expressed are mine alone.

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