Free Friday Giveaway – Scouting the Divine

Scouting.pngToday’s Free Friday Giveaway is a DVD leader kit for Scouting the Divine by Margaret Feinberg. This six-week Bible study “explores how ancient livelihoods illuminate meaningful Christian truths that apply to life today! Participants will find the Bible coming alive as they learn about scripture through the eyes of a shepherdess in Oregon, a farmer in Nebraska, a beekeeper in Colorado, and a vintner in California.”
If you’d like to enter to win this giveaway, it’s oh-so-simple. Just 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 to choose a winner.
Happy Easter, everybody!
This giveaway is now closed.


  1. Jennifer C says

    We are always looking for great studies for our women’s groups at church. This is what I would use this for.

  2. Becky says

    I would use this in a small group home Bible study. Learning how the Scriptures apply to our everyday lives gives a more intimate desire to know our God.

  3. Jenny says

    Always looking for a great study for FBC womans bible study. They have welcomed me with open arms. I am blessed.

  4. says

    Thank you so much for offering these giveaways… I would use the study in my home and let my Women’s Ministry borrow it to use in Church….
    Happy Easter…

  5. says

    I LOVE this study so much! I picked up at the Leadership Forum back in November and went through it personally. I would love to lead some of the ladies at my church through it as well!

  6. says

    It may be too late…but I thought I’d add my comment anyway. I am still looking for something for my summer study with the Women of the Word ladies’ at my church. I have looked at Scouting the Divine…it looks great!

  7. Betty Marschner says

    Would love to start a small church group of women and start with this. We are a micro church made smaller by the shinking population in rural ND that is quickly being replaced by more poeple coming becuz of oil activity. We do not presently have any study for the gals and I would like to see one start again. I may be too late for this but will “say somethin” anyway too!!!