Did you hear? The latest Hello Mornings study session starts Monday, August 14th.
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The new study is Rebuilt and Restored: Lessons from the book of Nehemiah.
—from the back—
“Rebuilt and Restored” is a six-week Bible study that dives deeply into the book of Nehemiah and examines God’s love and power displayed through His wonderful works of restoration and renewal.
Each day has a scripture reading, a relatable and insightful commentary and a journal page with optional action steps to take your study of the passage as deep as you’d like to go.
In addition, each day has prompts for “Plan Time” and “Move Time” – space to plan your main tasks for the day and make healthy choices (meal planning and workout prompt).
As one of the contributing authors, I have a few digital copies away to giveaway. Does this sound familiar? And just like with the last study I helped I author, I’m giving a couple away to my subscribers. If you already subscribe, awesome! You are already entered to win. If you’re not yet, you can subscribed to either my newsletter, my blog post, or both. If you’re not a subscriber and want to be, just click one of these image:
I’ll select a few subscribers at random and notify them via email on Sunday, August 13th. That’s just two days away so subscribe soon. Like right now!
If you’re like me and are hardly ever lucky enough to win give aways, you can still get your hands on a copy of the study. Paperback and Kindle editions are available through Amazon. PDF versions are available in the Hello Mornings shop.
Also, if you’re looking for a fellowship and accountability group to study with online, check out hellomornings.org. The groups fill up fast.
Only by grace,
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Keli, it looks like you have some great things going on here at your site! I love that you are encouraging women to be in God’s word!
Thanks, Jeanne. God’s word is the best place to be. 🙂
The study sounds great, Kelli 🙂