I do deeply apologize for this study being posted a few days late, but there has been allot going on in my life lately, that I’m going to be honest with you — I’ve needed to be in my prayer room for a great deal of time. I “wanted” to pop up our study, but every time I’d log in, the Spirit would call me back to my bible and prayer. I just felt like I was “forcing” something. But tomorrow (Wednesday, June 29) I will have 2 studies posted for us – Video lessons and PDF’s and printables. The two studies are titled:
#1 – 7HHH Preparing Bible Study
#2 – 7HHH Listening and Praying Bible Study
Look for these to be posted separately on Wednesday 😉
Once we complete these two studies,it will end our “7 Habits of a Happy Household” series.
I’ll be moving right into a series for the summer – “The Art of Hospitality” – As Members, we will be working through video driven bible studies that help us (as homemakers) really get creative in offering hospitality first to our family, then to friends and acquaintances and then to strangers. I know…”did Lisa really just type out the word ‘strangers?’ I sure did because of this one admonition – “Dear friend, when you extend hospitality to Christian brothers and sisters, even when they are strangers, you make the faith visible,” 3 John 1:5 (The Message)
So, starting July 11, we will move right into “The Art of Hospitality” — hope you will join me! It will be rich bible study for us all!
First of all, Lisa I think I may speak for all of us when I say that we are so glad you are a woman of integrity. A woman that is not just posting stuff to post but a godly woman that is taking time to study, to pray and to lead us properly. That being said my heart is super happy that more of the Bible study will be posted tomorrow. I LOVE doing these with you. You, my friend are an excellent teacher. I am trying to hold off on doing the B.A.G. woman study until all of these are finished but I may just start weaving it in anyway. Also, I can’t wait until the study on hospitality starts. This is something I admit I struggle with and have for years but I try very hard to be hospitable. The biggest thing I have learned about hospitality is that it has nothing to do with me, my house, how clean it is or what awesome food or drinks I may serve but it has EVERYTHING to do with ministering to the needs of others. It doesn’t have to be hard.
Love to you my friend. 🙂
Continuing to pray for you! Love you! ?