BEAUTIFUL GATHERING BOOK GROUP STUDY
A virtual book group study to grow together in Christ.
A community where beautiful happens.
For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.
About Beautiful Gathering Book Group Study
We are passionate about community, discipleship, and encouragement among an intimate group of women. A safe place for women to gather, to laugh, to cry, and to grow in Christ as we read inspirational Christian books with life coaching and teaching to become all that God meant us to be.
Book Group Study includes:
Live Zoom meetings
Access to Debbie as a Certified Christian Life Coach, Mentor, and Teacher
1:1 private virtual life coaching session
Journal and handouts between sessions
12 people maximum
Book included (If you already have a copy of the book or prefer to purchase your own digital version, you may then want to give the book that will be mailed to you to someone or donate it).
Grab your cup of hot tea or ice cold strawberry lemonade and cozy up in your favorite chair and join women who want to grow spiritually, enjoy community, and experience Christian life coaching in a community that your heart has been longing for. A community that will change your life.
What have we previously read?
Fine China is for Single Women Too by Lydia Brownback
Beautiful Uncertainty— Singleness, Surrender, and Stepping Out on Faith by Mandy Hale
Rediscover Jesus—An Invitation by Matthew Kelly
The Single Woman— Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass by Mandy Hale
Becoming Curious: A Spiritual Practice of Asking Questions by Casey Tygrett
The Truth About Men: What Men and Women Need to Know by Devon Franklin
Invitations from God: Accepting God's Offer to Rest, Weep, Forgive, Wait, Remember and More by Adele Ahlberg Calhoun
Is God Speaking to Me? How to Discern His Voice and Direction by Lysa TerKeurst
Come With Me: Discovering the Beauty of Following Where He Leads by Suzanne Eller
Holy Moments: A Handbook for the Rest of Your Life by Matthew Kelly
What are we reading next?
Holier Than Thou: How God’s Holiness Helps Us Trust Him by Jackie Hill Perry
2nd and 4th Saturdays beginning Saturday, December 9, 2023 through Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 5:30-6:45 pm (EST) / 2:30-3:45 pm (PST).
This Book Group Study Is Full
Why is it so hard to trust God sometimes? We say we trust Him with our mouths, but often not with our lives. We live like God can’t be trusted. Like He doesn't actually want what is best for us. Like He is just another person who, as Eve assumed in the Garden all those years ago, might hold out on us.
Bestselling author Jackie Hill Perry helps us find the reason we don’t trust God—we misunderstand His holiness.
In Holier Than Thou, Jackie walks us through Scripture, shaking the dust off of “holy” as we’ve come to know it and revealing it for what it really is. In these pages, we will see that God is not like us. He is different. He is holy. And that’s exactly what makes Him trustworthy. As it turns out, God being “holier than thou” is actually the best news in the world, and it’s the key to trusting Him.
Having such a busy life, reading can easily be put last but being a part of the Invitations from God changed that! The book alone had me jotting down notes and reflecting on myself. I looked forward to the book club gatherings that were so full of discussion and perspectives and opened my eyes even more. The follow up one on one allowing me the opportunity to expand my thoughts and keep it real on topics that I didn’t realize were buried deep within. I cried, I learned and I’m continuing to grow. I’m so thankful. - Eryka
The online Bible Studies and Book Discussions have been awesome and have helped me to increase my study time, to have a closer and deeper relationship with the Lord and has grown my sisterhood circle. Please sign-up for a session today. I promise you will be glad you did! - Yolanda
This group has made me realize that the circle of friends that I have are not helping me to grow spiritually. In all honesty, the enemy almost convinced me not to see what these meetings were about. So, thank you again. - Ruth