Conversation Peace Bible Study

I’m starting a new Bible Study today at church. I’m so excited, because I haven’t been able to fit a group Bible study in my schedule for a long time.

It’s called “Conversation Peace”


biblical principles to help women revolutionize their speech habits and improve their relationships by focusing on ways to positively avoid sharing gossip, throwing negative barbs, or snapping sarcastic replies throughout everyday life.

It should be interesting, because I don’t deal with those issues at all! (If you believe that, I have some ocean front property in Montana to sell you) Anyway, I’ll be posting some of the inspirations from the study in the next few weeks.

What do you think is the most challenging thing about communicating with other women? I think one of the issues is that women (me included) tend to interpret everything through the filter of their past hurts. We tend to derive our self-worth by how we measure up with others.

What do you think?

.

About Sarah Pinnix

I'm a mom, blogger, vlogger, libertarian. I love Jesus, and my husband, too. Social Media Strategist for a Non-Profit (All statements here are solely my own)

Comments

  1. Heather says:

    Sounds good … I’ll look forward to some snippets here on your blog 🙂

    ~Heather

    [Reply]

  2. Sarah, I have heard of this Bible Study. I will be looking forward to you sharing more about it. I am always looking for some good studies to encourage the ladies in my Church. Hope you have a great week. Blessings.

    [Reply]

  3. it sounds truly amazing!!! I am a little sad that I can’t attend something like this!

    [Reply]

  4. I look forward to reading your comments as you go through this Bible study. I know this is an area that need to change in my life.

    The most challenging part of communicating with other women is honesty. Sometimes we have hidden agendas and communicate in a passive aggressive manner.

    [Reply]

  5. I agree with you on the measuring up to others. What a great study – looking forward to you sharing about it!

    [Reply]

  6. The Surrendered Scribe says:

    I never heard of this but it sounds great. I think our biggest stumbling block is we feel unworthy ourselves for one reason or another, and somehow that often is projected through conversations whether through gossip or getting snippy, etc…

    I look forward to reading more about this study.

    [Reply]

  7. elaine @ peace for the journey says:

    We are an easily threatened species. This measuring up thing has to be the worst for me. I’m always comparing and contrasting myself with others. It can be a deathly grip at times. What would it take to simply look in the mirror and see ourselves for what we are?

    Beautiful. Created in his image. Dressed for his approval alone.

    Now that would be something.

    peace~elaine

    [Reply]

  8. There is a new women’s Bible study you may be interested in that is written by women from all walks of life telling real-life stories. Here’s the link anewsong.cph.org where you can view samples of the book and the dvd’s. Enjoy!

    [Reply]

  9. Sophie Wilson says:

    women issues these days are more on equal rights with men and woman power:'”

    [Reply]

Speak Your Mind

*