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In this 12-session small group Bible study, Twelve Women of the Bible, Lysa TerKuerst, Elisa Morgan, Jeanne Stevens, and other leaders look at the spiritual lessons learned from 12 biblical women and what they mean for your life today.

You’ll discover lessons from each of these women that will help you persevere through the circumstances you are facing today. Learn how to:

  • Apply biblical lessons to their own modern-day struggles
  • Live through their failures as well as successes
  • Draw near to God in a world filled with trials
  • Find lasting contentment 
  • Overcome rejection and insecurity

The Audio Bible Study series provides a unique learning experience. Instead of sitting down to watch a video teaching for Bible study, listen to the same quality Bible study content on the go! Whether you listen on your commute, while walking outside, or over a lunch break, you can access high-quality audio Bible studies wherever you are. Get the most out of the teaching by diving into the accompanying study guide (sold separately) to walk through reflection questions and individual Bible study to go deeper.

©2013 Lysa TerKeurst, Elisa Morgan, Amena Brown, Jonalyn Grace Fincher, Jeanne Stevens, and Naomi Zacharias (P)2020 Zondervan

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I thought the audio was good.

I Thought the audio was good. There was just one narrator I couldn't relate to. I don't know rather her voice sounded to young or if she was just over the top. The rest of the cast were great and the audio was interesting. I wish there was more to listen to.
My fav are Amena Brown and Lysa Terkeurst.

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What a joy

This book was exactly what I needed it took me months to read it because I got absorbed in the life of each sister.
If you are looking to learn more and strengthen your Bible study muscle this listen will do it. We get the Biblical story and impact to the women BUT then we are blessed by not only our 1st Century sisters but also 21st Century stories from names that are familiar to us in the world.
An absolute joy I will listen to over and over again

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Such REALNESS is shared, it holds the power to give grace to others that there is hope of restoration and change!! The teachings point to love and relationship, the very basis of a true Christian life. Highly recommend, no matter how busy your schedule is.

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Love the stories

I literally loved the stories and the women they choose -- except for Chapter 12. The narrator of that chapter talked EXTREMELY fast to where you felt your heart pounding and not in a good way -- I even slowed the speed down -- plus she didn't tell what scripture the story was from -- so I literally had to stop listening to that particular chapter. However, I loved all of the other chapters and the stories that went with them. Especially Lysa's story in Chapter 11 because I work with homeless teens and I know some of them can relate to a parent saying something cruel to them.