Evening Women’s book Club
Books from the Bible, commentaries, christian literature, or another favorite read invite thought provoking conversations among the ladies. We laugh, cry, challenge, and support one another as we explore written word.
Women’s Bible Study meets the 1st and 3rd Monday’s from 7:00 -9:00 p.m.
In Bad Girls of the Bible: And What We Can
Learn from Them, Liz Curtis Higgs examines the lives, situations, and
personalities of ten Bad Girls from the Bible. The Bad Girls of the Bible give
women, who have their own pasts to deal with, examples of what to do or not to
do as well as how to live a better life in Christ. Higgs
includes the following Bad Girls: Eve, Potiphar’s wife, Lot’s wife, the woman
at the well, Delilah, Sapphira, Rahab, Jezebel, Michal, and the sinful woman.
She identifies each of them as being bad to the bone, bad for a season, or bad
for a moment. Higgs weaves in the Biblical verses about the woman in question
with theological commentary and her own thoughts on the situation and the woman
herself. These lessons are designed to help today’s women be better
Christians, mothers, wives, and friends, and to consider how her life and
actions are similar to the Bad Girls and how she learn from their mistakes.