It’s Friday again so you know what that means here on LifeWay Women Allaccess!
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This week’s FREE Bible study kit is Sacred Roads: Exploring the Historic Paths of Discipleship by Heather Zempel. You may not be familiar with this study, and if not, please check it out!
Sacred Roads is an invitation to discover how, throughout Christian history, people have explored what it means to be a Christ-follower. This study is a chance to engage your spiritual heritage, and in the process, broaden your definition of what it means to be a Christian.
As a reminder, here’s what to do. Post a comment here telling us how you’ll use the Bible study – through an online study on your blog or Facebook, or in your local community and blog about it. Include the link to your social media site. That’s it.
We’ll use random.org to choose a winner.
Again, we sure would appreciate it if you wouldn’t mind letting your friends on Facebook and Twitter know about our Friday Giveaways too. Thanks!
Have a great weekend!
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Comments

  1. Wow, am I the first commenter????? Love the cover design on this study!

  2. This is an exciting give-away. I would use it in two ways:
    1. As a study for my neighborhood. I believe it would help me get to know people in my neighborhood more and be able to share Christ with several of them.
    2. I would use it as a study on my blog, From My Heart. I think it would be great to be able to do that. My blog address is: http://www.sherylsstuff.blogspot.com
    Sheryl

  3. We are looking for a new bible study for our college women’s small group. This would be an amazing way to get them to go deeper!

  4. I would use this study in my local church and blog about it.

  5. Barb Robinson says:

    I’m not familiar with this study, but I know it must be excellent since it’s being offered by LifeWay. I really appreciate all the materials available from Lifeway, but Beth Moore is still my favorite!

  6. Barbara Strickland says:

    This book would be a great asset in out new ladies group at Kirkland.

  7. I would use this to offer a Bible study either at my home or for some of the ladies at our church.

  8. I would love to do this bible study with a group of women and then share the works of the Spirit on my blog!

  9. Our women’s ministry is always looking for great studies to do over the summer. I would certainly blog and Facebook about this study. We are teaching our kids about our spiritual heritage through the Jewish festivals and feasts from the Old Testament. This would be a great assest to our teaching as well as getting back to roots of all our heritage!

  10. Our Tuesday night group would love to do this study. Thanks

  11. Kathy Glover says:

    Not familiar with this study but it sounds interesting, getting into church history. I would use this study in my church.

  12. Kristy Sanders says:

    I have gained so much through Kay Arthur’s studies!

  13. Always looking for a new study for our Women’s group. We meet weekly and have done several Lifeway studies so far! Would love to add this one to our studies!

  14. I would love to use this study with my online small group!

  15. Home bible study

  16. We are looking for ways to minister to the 20 somethings…studies that will connect with their drive to know, be known and make a difference. I love this idea!

  17. I would use this for our family phone study, and blog about it.
    We are all in different states, and we “meet” via the phone once a week for 1-2 hours to discuss our study. I think this would be an awesome one to do! Thanks!

  18. My name is Stacey and I am a Bible study addict. Praise God! Currently, I am in cancer treatment, and have missed quite a few church services and Bible study sessions. But, I stay in the Word every day and have borrowed my church’s Bible study kits so I can see the Word taught as well. If I win this kit, it will be used for that purpose. I will also invite both of my daughters to study with me, and I would definitely consider blogging about my (our) experience at my blog (Word-up-studies@blogspot.com). Thanks for cleaning out your office, Kris, and sharing it with us. May God bless you.

  19. Shelly Bass says:

    When I saw the cover I knew this was the next study for our TH Bible Study Girls. We are finishing Revelations and in our discussion about what to do next we discussed what roads we had traveled and what directions we are headed.
    Thsi is a small home based group where we all need to chip in for the cost of a study. Can’t and winning would bless us even more :-)

  20. Misti Rowcliffe says:

    This bible study sounds very interesting. I would love to learn more about the Christian history.

  21. I would use it with a gorup of women in a small group bible study! Sounds like an amazing topic. One we could all benefit from learning more about what it truly means to follow Christ everyday.

  22. Sounds interesting! Would do it with my church ladies and blog about it on my blog at http://reb2911.blogspot.com :)

  23. I would love to use this for our church women’s ministry!!

  24. Amy Loring says:

    I would use this Bible Study and share it my my group of women. I would discuss it in my small group and on facebook.

  25. This study, although unfamiliar to me, would be great to use with my church.

  26. kim norris says:

    I cannot access internet yesterday I hope I can the enter. If I were to win this study I would form a small group of women from my church. We would meet weekly. online blog with facebook group or google groups.
    Thank you

  27. I’ve been leading a neighborhood Bible Study for the past few years. What started out as a group of four women has grown to TWENTY! God is good! Each semester we start a new study and this looks perfect for our group.

  28. I definitely use this for my online bible study group!! What a wonderful give away!!

  29. I would use this bible study for the young women at our church. It would be very neat to blog about it too.

  30. kathy Martinez says:

    I would use this study as a small group for women of all ages. Never to young or old to grow in the Word.

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