Hosea | Week 6

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hosea6Welcome back to the final week of our Summer Online Bible study on the book of Hosea! Congratulations, you committed, stuck through it and now we are at the end of our journey through Hosea.

What a wonderful way to end our study on God’s Love for us.  We learned that He had chosen us and that He loves us no matter what.  We were brought back full circle this week, being reminded that God is the ultimate parent, who will never give up on us.  Because we are His loved, His chosen, His redeemed.  Joy overcomes me when I think about how God will never, ever, ever give up on me.  He will never, ever, ever stop loving me. Little ol’ me, flaws and all.

My big take away from this week was “seeking God with my whole heart.” WOW.  I don’t know about but I thought my heart was 100% committed to God. But when I really stopped, and thought about it, my whole heart relationship could use a tune up.  I certainly didn’t want God to pull back from our relationship because I wasn’t being loyal to Him.  So for me, I began with my praise and worship, giving God my full praise.  Giving God my full attention during study, really committing to cultivating my relationship with Him and becoming more intimate and committed.  What a blessing to become like a deer panting for water when it comes to wanting to know more about God!

God is so amazing.  The depths of His love for us is unimaginable.  Just as a surgeon must cut us to heal us, God does the same with us.  But why do we sometimes not realize that we are being healed but instead think God is punishing us?   Memories of times when God did just that for me came flooding back, and you know what I discovered?  I have been restored!

These last five weeks have been such a wonderful time of re-discovery of God’s love for me.  I have re-claimed my identity in Him, who chose me, who loves me, who redeems me.  And you have too my fellow Gomer Girl!

I leave you with this statement from the study, “You are worth the cost of this redemption to me.  I will always see you as beautiful for you are mine.  I will always think of you as lovable because I love you.  Cease striving to find your place, my precious Gomer; you are already found in me.” (page 153)

 Remember, God’s unfailing Love never disappoints.  Remember, God’s unfailing Love covers all.  Remember God’s unfailing Love is all we need.

You are so Loved!

ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS WEEK

  • Attend a small group this week Select a small group day and time that fits your schedule, all groups are open http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/
  • Share some of your favorite book quotes with your social media friends and hashtag #BibleCafe so we can find them too!
  • Choose a time and place where you will complete each lesson, set a reminder for yourself
  • Optional Activity: This week, start your own “To Be” list and write things that you will do to move toward seeking God with your whole heart.
  • Optional due to cost: AFTER you finish the reading assignment, watch video session Six available from Amazon or publisher website
  • Remember to register for our next study, Entrusted by Beth Moore, which begins September 26, 2016 To register click here: https://www.womensbiblecafe.com/2016/08/entrusted-register/

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK

You will have the opportunity to share your answers to these questions during your small group time.  You may also post them here.  Consider also recording your answers in your spiritual journal.

 QUESTION 1: What does seeking God with your whole heart look like for you? What do you do to seek Him with your whole heart? How do others see you?

QUESTION 2: Let’s do a soul inventory.  Do you invest/spend more time in your religious activities for God or in your relationship with God? How does either impact your relationship with God? What do you need to change?

QUESTION 3: In our lesson we learned that God both wounds and heals us.  Thinking about this, what is the greatest affliction/wound that God has allowed or placed in your life?  How has/was that affliction/wound been part of a greater healing for you?

QUESTION 4: Read this statement from our lesson: “You are worth the cost of this redemption to me. I will always see you as beautiful for you are mine.  I will always think of you as lovable because I love you.” (page 153)  How does reading this make you feel? How will this impact your relationship with God going forward?

QUESTION 5: What one thing do you value most or will you take away from this study of Hosea?

My Sisters, I have enjoyed this six weeks of study with you, remember, You are one God chose and loves! (page 8)

sonya morris nelson

 

 

 

 

 

Hosea | Week 4

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hosea4Welcome back to week four of our Summer Online Bible study on the book of Hosea! My heart was warmed learning about returning to our first love! God always want us to return to Him and His unfailing love!

Weren’t you filled with joy being reminded that God’s return policy was available to all and hassle free? I sure was.  It reminded me of all the times I have been frustrated returning a pair of shoes, or an item I had purchased only to find out that the return policy time limit had expired or that I could only get a store credit even though I had the original receipt.  But praise be to God, that when we need to return our hearts to Him, all we need is go to God, He wants us to return back to Him.

Acknowledging God and all that He has provided and blessed us with is the key to our identity in Him, our worth in Him, and our self-worth.  When we don’t acknowledge God we begin to wander from Him and give credit to other loves, and forget about God.  Yikes!

One of the things I really related to this week was giving my heart away. Recently I had a huge fight with my older sister.  It was a very bad one.  We didn’t speak for quite a while.  My feelings of anger and unforgiveness were so strong that I could not allow myself to even think about her or speak her name.  WOW! It took much prayer and my brother saying to me, “Don’t let your heart turn cold with being mad and not forgiving.”  Just as our lesson this week talked about giving our hearts away to things that alter our ability to think or act clearly, I had let anger and unforgiveness rule in my heart. My thinking was clouded by the dark feelings in my heart.   I had forgotten my first love, God, who has always forgiven me despite my faults and mistakes.  Jesus has to be the center of my heart so that I will always give my heart to Him, even in times of deep pain and strife.

Giving our hearts to God, will always guarantee that we receive and experience His unfailing Love!

ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS WEEK

  • Attend a small group this week Select a small group day and time that fits your schedule, all groups are open http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/
  • Share some of your favorite book quotes with your social media friends and hashtag #BibleCafe so we can find them too!
  • Choose a time and place where you will complete each lesson, set a reminder for your self
  • Read Week/Session FIVE in your book. You’ll read one lesson per day, each lesson is about 30 minutes.
  • Optional Activity: Print out this complimentary “Press On” card, print another one to share with a friend.

Print the set of iTruth Cards for yourself and/or a friend or family member. Confessing these truths will help “set” your heart on truth and “cement” those truths into your mind. Remember that your true identity is that you are a pure, beloved bride of Christ.

Courtesy of www.jenniferrothschild.com/hosea

  • Optional due to cost: AFTER you finish the reading assignment, watch video session Four available from Amazon or publisher website.
  • Optional Fun Activity: For the next week, listen to your favorite praise and worship song and give praise to God for His unfailing love.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK

You will have the opportunity to share your answers to these questions during your small group time.  You may also post them here.  Consider also recording your answers in your spiritual journal.

 QUESTION 1: Share one area in your life and/or relationship with God where you could be described as a stubborn calf? How does it make you feel to know that God wants to “shepherd you like a lamb in the meadow” despite you, at times, being stubborn? Page 88 (When you answer the question put Q1 in front of your answer so we know you’re referring to this question)

QUESTION 2: Hosea 14:2 tells us that God wants to hear us repent of our sins.  How does repentance soften us?

QUESTION 3: How does God’s attitude of protecting women and children impact your view of Him? How can this help young girls and women today believe they can be set free and restored?

QUESTION 4: In our lesson we learned that when we ignore God’s word, we become ignorant of it. And we are ignorant of God when we ignore Him.  Thinking about this, what will you do to acknowledge God more fully and grow in your knowledge of Him?

QUESTION 5: What things other than wine or promiscuity can take away our hearts? How can being filled with God’s spirit protect your heart?

My Sisters, remember, God’s Love is unfailing and His return policy is Hassle Free!

sonya morris nelson

 

 

 

 

 

Hosea | Week 3

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Welcome back to week three of our Summer Online Bible study on the book of Hosea! What a powerful week of learning about love, God’s unfailing love that forgives and restores us!

I must admit, as I began this week’s lesson, I could not believe that God had instructed Hosea to go and get Gomer and bring her back home.  Whew, I really struggled with how I would score on this test had I been asked to do the same or something similar.  I mean, I am not sure if I would have been as obedient as Hosea was, or at least at first.  But what we see in this passage is that God is always willing and ready to forgive us and restore us to where we need to be, despite what we have done or deserve just as He did with Israel and Gomer.  Never once did Hosea treat Gomer less than his wife, just as God does for us.

Reading in 1 Peter:18-19 about my value being the cost of Jesus’ life really, really took my breath away. I mean I know that Jesus died on the cross for my sins, but I never thought of it in this way, that my value was His life.  Can you even wrap your mind around this? I need a minute or two to truly grasp this.  But it is the truth, God’s truth about how important our value is in Him.  The amazing thing about God redeeming us, is that He also restores us in the process.  They come hand in hand, they go together like apple pie and ice cream.  You just can’t have one without the other. We become new in Christ, our identity in Him comes to the fore front and we begin to live as God intended.  Why does God redeem and restore us? Because of Love! Why does God give us second, third and more chances? Because of Love! Because of His unfailing Love that heals and covers all!  Isn’t that amazing?

My big take away this week was thinking about the restoration process. In our lesson we learn that this process includes cleansing, polishing and repairing.  I began to think about what each step meant for me and my relationship with God… When God cleanses me, he is freeing me from my sin or my state of bondage, when He is polishes me, He is refining me to a better form of myself, and when He is repairs me, He gives me a new life, a new makeover by mending and healing my brokenness. These steps are necessary to truly complete the process of restoration in Him, the one true God, the one who has chosen us to love and cherish. Will you let Him in to restore you to your beauty just as tarnished silver is polished to its natural beauty? Come on, He stands at the door knocking, won’t you let Him in?

Remember, it is God’s unfailing love that provides all that we need.  God’s love covers all! It covers sin, unforgiveness, pride, anger, addiction, past mistakes, unfaithfulness, anything you need! So reach up and grab it, embrace it and accept your place as a cherished daughter of the Most High King!

 

ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS WEEK

  • Attend a small group this week Select a small group day and time that fits your schedule, all groups are open http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/
  • Share some of your favorite book quotes with your social media friends and hashtag #BibleCafe so we can find them too!
  • Choose a time and place where you will complete each lesson, set a reminder for your self
  • Read Week/Session FOUR in your book. You’ll read one lesson per day, each lesson is about 30 minutes.
  • Optional Activity: Print out this complimentary “Press On” card, print another one to share with a friend.
    • We want to know the truth so the truth can set us free! Print this “Press On” Scripture card for you and each member of your Bible Study group. Put it in your Bible, tape it to your mirror, stick it on your refrigerator, or keep it in your car — wherever it will be most obvious so you can be constantly reminded to “yada” God — press on to know Him. We Gomer Girls want to really know God, not just know about Him. Use this card to help you memorize and meditate upon Hosea 6:3 so you will keep pressing in and pressing on to know the God who loves you.

Courtesy of www.jenniferrothschild.com/hosea

press onOptional due to cost: AFTER you finish the reading assignment, watch video session Three available from Amazon or publisher website.

  • Optional Fun Activity: For the next week, write in your journal about how you feel during the process of restoration that God is taking you thru.

 

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK

You will have the opportunity to share your answers to these questions during your small group time.  You may also post them here.  Consider also recording your answers in your spiritual journal.

 QUESTION 1: This week we read about God instructing Hosea to go and get Gomer and bring her home despite feeling betrayed by her unfaithfulness.  Think of a time when God called you to restore a relationship/situation that may have caused you pain.  How did you feel when God first told you to do this? How did you feel after you were obedient? or How did you feel after you disobeyed?

QUESTION 2: Read this verse: 1 Peter 1:18-19: “For you know that you were redeemed from your empty way of life inherited from the fathers, not with perishable things like silver or gold, but with the precious blood of Christ, like that of a lamb without defect or blemish.” (HCSB) Share your feelings about what this verse says about your worth/value.  Is it difficult for you to wrap your head around the truth of your worth/value?  What do you want to say to God after reading this?

QUESTION 3: We have a choice, we can either “depend on grace” or “depend on self” in our life.  Which one are you depending on right now? How is that working out for you and do you need to change what you are depending on?

QUESTION 4: On the grace scale of 1 to 10 where 1 is “the worst pond scum ever and beyond the reach of God’s grace” and 10 is “practically perfect and not in need of His grace”

QUESTION 5: The restoration process includes cleansing (freeing from sin/bondage), polishing (refining you to a better state), and repairing (giving new life by mending what is broken).  At this moment, how do you relate to the God’s restoring us using this process?  Is there one step that you need more than the other?

My Sisters, remember, Love, Love, Love, all we need is God’s Love!

sonya morris nelson

 

 

 

 

 

Hosea | Week 1

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hosea1aWelcome back to week one of our Summer Online Bible study on the book of Hosea! This week we read the entire book of Hosea and began to understand God’s message for His people, including us.

I must admit, reading the entire book of Hosea left me feeling a bit confused. I actually saw God’s anger towards His people and even though I also saw His compassion and love, I still felt the over shadow of Him coming close to turning away from His people, turning away from me.  I had to read the book again, to help with my understanding of what it symbolized.

Reading about Gomer and her tendencies to be unfaithful and knowing that it was a metaphor for how God’s people were behaving towards Him, and how we, you and me sometimes behave really opened my eyes and took me by surprise.  Even though I have not behaved in the exact ways of Gomer, I learned this week that when I don’t spend time with God, when I don’t thank Him for His blessings, when I don’t treat other children of God with love, when I don’t forgive, when I worship or put other things or people before God, I am behaving just as Gomer and Israel were in the book of Hosea.  And if you had asked me a few weeks ago if I would ever turn my back on God, I would have assured you that I would never and I may have become a bit offended at the thought. But reading this first week I realized that there are times that I do this, with my actions, with my words when they don’t align with the word of God. When I have blind disregard for who God is in my life because I become preoccupied with the busyness of work, the busyness of things, with the busyness of family.  But yet, He still loves me….  He still loves you…. Whew, makes you think doesn’t it?

But what really stuck out to me so much more than I have ever known was that even though God’s people disappointed Him time and time again, even though they turned their back on Him time and time again despite His warnings, He continued to chase them, He continued to love them, He continued to give them grace and mercy. He continued to restore them and forgive them.  He does that for us today, for you and for me. Why? Because we are His chosen and He loves us just because.   He won’t give up on us, He will continue to chase after us and love us every time we stray.  His love is unfailing! What an awesome God we serve.

As we continue on this journey, remember that you are God’s chosen daughter and You are loved by Him, the one true God.  This is your identity in Him.  Doesn’t hearing that make you smile? It should because God is love and His love is all we need.

My Sisters, God’s unfailing love chose us, God’s unfailing love covers us!

ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS WEEK

  • Attend a small group this week Select a day and time that fits your schedule, all groups are open http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/
  • Share some of your favorite book quotes with your social media friends and hashtag #BibleCafe so we can find them too!
  • Choose a time and place where you will complete each lesson, set a reminder for your self
  • Read Week/Session TWO in your book. You’ll read one lesson per day, each lesson is about 30 minutes.
  • Optional due to cost: AFTER you finish the reading assignment, watch video session One available from Amazon or publisher website.

Optional Activity: Try Jennifer Rothschild’’s complimentary recipe for Butter Mints

Ingredients: 1 lb box confectioners’ sugar (4 c.) 1 stick butter, softened 1/2 tsp peppermint oil 1 tbsp milk

Directions: Mix ingredients with a mixer until blended. The mixture will be coarse crumbs. Knead the crumbs together to make sure it is moistened. You can add a little more milk if it’s too dry, or a little more sugar if it’s too moist. Form a small ball and press it into the mold. HINT: I pour some powdered sugar in a shallow bowl and dredge each little ball of mint dough through it to avoid sticking to the mold. Pop the mint out of the mold onto some wax paper and allow to dry for at least an hour. Store in single layers with wax paper between each layer. These freeze well. But why freeze them when you can eat the whole batch?!

Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in Him. Psalm 34:8

Courtesy of www.jenniferrothschild.com/hosea

 

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK

You will have the opportunity to share your answers to these questions during your small group time.  You may also post them here.  Consider also recording your answers in your spiritual journal.

  1. Why do you think that Israel went for false gods when they were loved by the true God? What false gods do you think we go for today and why?
  2. On a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being “not at all” and 10 being “extremely”, how prone or likely are you to wander and turn away from God?
  3. Our author tells us that the Bible says God is compassionate, meaning that He feels our hurts, and He knows our suffering.  Knowing that, how does it make you feel to know this about God and how does it strengthen your faith and trust in Him?
  4. Being spiritually bankrupt can occur even when we are successful in other areas of our lives. Describe a time when you felt this way and how did you reconnect your relationship with God?
  5. We learned this week that “we are chosen by God” and that “we are loved by God” Hearing this truth: 1) Are you skeptical of being chosen and loved by God; 2) Do you feel unworthy of being his daughter and being loved by Him because of your past; or 3) Are you fully accepting of being His chosen and loved because He is love? Why?

You are chosen and you are loved!

sonya morris nelson

 

 

 

 

 

Hosea | Introduction Week

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hosea introWelcome to our Summer Online Bible study on the book of Hosea! Make sure you have the member book “Hosea: Unfailing Love Changes Everything” by Jennifer Rothschild. We’ll be using this study book for daily reading lessons and small group discussions. During this study, you will find that this is the place where we can study, connect, and grow together! Are you ready to experience God’s unfailing love and see how it will transform your life?   I am excited to begin this journey with you!

Over the next 6 weeks, we will study about God’s unfailing and never ending love for us and how that love transforms us.  Some of us will learn for the first time that God loves us and thru His love we are restored, while others will be reminded of this truth.  The book of Hosea will show us how God will restore us with His love when we are broken, whether our brokenness is caused by others or our own choices. Sound too good to be true?   Oh, my Sisters,  it is true and what joy it brings when we really know and believe that God love us! What freedom we have in Him when His love restores us.  It is going to be an amazing journey, I can feel it.  Can you get excited about learning more about God’s love for you?

During this week, you will join a small group discussion via our private Facebook group.  All small groups meet in the same place each week, so if you miss your regular group you are welcome and encouraged to join another group discussion.  This unique flexibility for Womens Bible Café online studies will ensure you will have access to our group fellowship when your schedule becomes chaotic! Our leaders keep attendance lists to help you stay accountable, will pray for you, encourage you, and journey thru this study with you, so when possible, choose one primary day and time for your meeting.

Your small group meeting will be a mixture of diverse women from different denominations around the world. We find a common ground of discussion, based on the workbooks we study.  Another unique feature of the Womens Bible Café is that we remove barriers to spiritual growth because you will not be judged by your appearance, marital status, economic status, age, knowledge, health, etc.  We don’t divide our small groups and all women are treated with equal respect.  Your voice matters most and our ministry leaders are equipped to help you share your heart and grow in faith.

When you join the chatroom, you will see a SMALL GROUP schedule pinned to the top of the group. All groups are open attendance. Select the day and time that works best for your schedule. Look for the leader photo on the day and time, and then join the discussion which takes place right under the photo.

A FEW GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE BIBLE STUDY

IMPORTANT: During the first week of online Bible study, many women may be exploring different small group. Some groups will be larger and move very fast, while others will be smaller and easier to read and follow.  This will all change during the second week as the women settle into the groups they have decided to join.  Please be patient – the second week becomes much easier to follow!

CONFIDENTIALITY: Anything shared in the group is not to be repeated outside of the group. Please respect the women who are transparent with their testimonies.

SENSITIVITY: Please be sensitive to the discussion by not interrupting with Facebook symbols or links to outside videos or articles (these can be shared at the end of the chat if necessary), Please also remember that nothing discussed is about one individual; it’s about the Holy Spirit, so please allow everyone a chance to share. Finally, we want this to be a place where women can share what they are going through or felling without being told how to “fix” things.  Somethings we all simply long to be heard rather than be told what to do.

NON-DENOMINATIONAL: As a diverse group of women, we have different church doctrines, Bible translations and theologies.  This is a place to respectfully disagree, rather than judging one another, so that you may grow and understand different viewpoints. It’s okay to question and see things differently; however, we ask you to be kind and sensitive to the feelings of others.

Are you ready to get started and be transformed by the unfailing and never ending love of God?  I can’t wait to meet you in the chat room!

ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS WEEK

  • Join a small group this week- https://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/
  • Choose a time and place where you will complete each lesson, set a reminder for yourself
  • Begin to pray for your growth during this study.
  • Read Week/Session ONE in your book. You’ll read one lesson per day, each lesson is about 30 minutes.
  • Optional due to cost: AFTER you finish the reading assignment, watch video session One available from Amazon or publisher website.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK

You will have the opportunity to share your answers to these questions during your small group time.  You may also post them here.  Consider also recording your answers in your spiritual journal.

  1. What motivated you to join us for this study? What do you expect to get from it?
  2. This study requires approximately 30 minutes of daily Bible study, five days per week. When do you plan to do your studying – morning, evening, another time?  Do you have a particular place where you plan to do your studying? Describe it to us.
  3. Hosea shows us that God loves and accepts us and that His love for us can change us.  On a scale from 1 to 5, with 1 being “ready to run” and 5 being “ready to change” what is your current reaction to the thought of being changed?
  4. What will be your biggest challenge during this study? How will you overcome this challenge?

You are loved!

sonya morris nelson

 

 

 

 

 

Hosea by Jennifer Rothschild | Summer Online Bible Study Registration

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hosea summer 2016When you are looking for identity, God calls you His own. Let’s experience God’s unfailing love this summer with our friends! Invite a friend to meet you online once a week and lead her towards the magnificent King! If she is lost, He will find her. If she is ashamed, He will cover her. If she has wandered off, He will come get her. If she has given up, He will not give up on her. If she feels like she is in the chains of spiritual slavery, He will buy her back. Who do you know…that needs to have an unforgettable summer like this? Join us starting July 11, 2016 for Hosea: Unfailing Love Changes Everything by Jennifer Rothschild.

Summer Reading Schedule*

  • Week 1: Just Because Love (July 11)
  • Week 2: Other Lovers (July 18)
  • Week 3: Loved Again (July 25)
  • Week 4: Returning to Your First Love (August 1)
  • Week 5: Idols and Idoltrinkets (August 8)
  • Week 6: Unfailing Love (August 15)

*If you have a vacation planned, no worries! Join us wherever you are using your smartphone and Facebook account! Or take a week off and come join us again the next week when you return 🙂

To see a sample chapter Click Here>> Hosea Sample Week

How the Online Bible Study Works

  • Registration never closes, the #BibleCafe is always open
  • Every Monday- I’ll send you an email with the weekly discussion questions. CLICK HERE to subscribe to WBC email updates
  • Small Groups– Pick a day and time that fits your schedule and jump into the discussion via our private Facebook group. Schedule is posted in our Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/
  • Local Study- I’ll help you organize a local small group study. Grab some friends, cups of coffee or tea, and gather in your living room. Watch the optional videos together and use the discussion questions you’ll find in my Monday email updates. Send me a photo of your local groups and I’ll share on our social media pages.

Social Media Connection- Use our hashtag #BibleCafe when sharing on social media so we can find you

  • Facebook- Like our page Womens Bible Cafe and join our #WBCprayers each morning and evening. After you “like” us, turn the page notifications “on” and click “see first” so you can find us in your news feed. For laughter and fun be sure to follow Jennifer Rothschild on Facebook too!
  • Twitter- I like reading tweets on my phone, especially quotes from WBC online studies. Tag your tweets with #BibleCafe so I’ll see them and retweet your posts during our study. Follow me at Twitter.com/WomensBibleCafe
  • Pinterest- Each time I visit Pinterest I get hungry and want to start a craft project! Give me a shout out using the #BibleCafe tag. Follow me at Pinterest.com/WomensBibleCafe
  • Instagram- I’ve been too busy for Instagram but if you’re using this format, give me a shout out using the #BibleCafe tag and I’ll look for you. Perhaps you can encourage me to start using it again? Find me at Instagram.com/WomensBibleCafe

Resources for Hosea Online Bible Study

How to Register for the Hosea Online Bible Study

  • Okay…you have all the important details. Now one final thing… COMMENT BELOW to register for this study! When you comment below, I’ll know how many women are joining us and how many small groups we need to organize. Tell me where you’re from and share something fun, such as your favorite ice cream flavor or summer beverage!
  • Join our “closed” Facebook group (this simply means only group members can see your comments)  here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCSmallGroups/

I hope you’ll join me in this online Bible study!

sonya morris nelson

 

 

 

 

Let’s have some summer fun!! Bring a friend!