Through the Eyewitness to Majesty Bible study, we walk along with Peter as an eyewitness to the life of Christ. I found the Apostle Peter's story and perspective encouraging. The former-fisherman and zealous follower of Jesus is mentioned more times in the four gospels than anyone other than Jesus himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. His imperfections make him lovable and his victories give us hope. The apostle Peter's relationship with Jesus reminds us that we serve a merciful, loving God who uses imperfect vessels to accomplish His divine tasks.
If your women's group is looking for a fall Bible study, I would love for you to consider Eyewitness to Majesty: Peter: Abandoning Self for Christ. If you're like me, you'll grow in your relationship with our Savior as you see Jesus through the eyes of Peter.
Selecting a Bible study for your organization or small group can seem overwhelming at times. To learn what others have to say about Eyewitness to Majesty: Peter, tap into my blog tour February 18th - March 1st. Those involved in the tour are women who love God and His Word. They will offer information such as reviews, interviews, and candid thoughts on this ten week, in-depth Bible study. You never know, you just might win a free copy by posting a comment on one of their blogs!
Monday, February 18th: Visit Lori Kasbeer's blog: http://lorisbookreviews.com/
Wednesday, February 20th: Visit Cyn Rogalski's blog, Still Waters and Ponderings:
Friday, February 22nd: Visit Kathy Ide's Blog: www.KathyIde.com/Blog
Saturday, February 23rd: Story Writing Studio Blog: https://storywritingstudio.wordpress.com
Monday, February 25th: Visit Jill Potts Jones's Blog:
Thursday, February 28th: Visit Teasi Cannon's Blog: http://teasicannon.com/blog/
Friday, March 1st: Visit Karen Jordan's Blog: http://karenbarnesjordan.com