Do you have questions about how to go about romantic relationships?
Do you wonder how you can navigate love in a Christ-honoring way?
We’re happy to announce our first ever summer book club! We will be going through the book, Love Defined: Embracing God’s Design for Lasting Love and Satisfying Relationships, by Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird.
Though we don’t believe there is a cookie-cutter, one-way-fits-all plan for successful relationships, we do believe Love Defined has some amazing truths and tips from God’s Word on love and romance.
The Bible has a lot to say on the topic of marriage and living a life of honor and joy. Kristen and Bethany bring our many of those keys principles in Love Defined.
That’s why we want to invite all of you girls to our free online summer study!
How it Works
First off, in order to participate and get the most out of this book club, you will need to grab your own copy of Love Defined! You can do so here.
Starting on June 6, we will begin reading Love Defined at the rate of 2 chapters per week. Each Wednesday* I will post an article with an overview of the chapters, discussion questions, and a challenge for the week.
I’ve also created a print-out calendar of the study schedule, which you can download and print off here. > Summer Book Club Schedule
This summer study will last 10 weeks- June 6 to August 8, 2018.
It will include reading (of course!), discussion (in the comment section below each article), and a super fun giveaway, which will take place on August 8! Details on how to enter the giveaway will be posted during the summer study.
Will You Join Us?
I’m beyond excited for this summer book club! I look forward to having you join us for an amazing study of lasting love and satisfying relationships, this summer!
Don’t forget to grab your copy of Love Defined here!
*The book club articles will be posted each Wednesday from June 6 to August 8. However, our regular articles will continue to be posted each Saturday.
Hey Girls! It’s such a blessing that we can encourage you in your walk with Christ, however, we are not licensed counselors and cannot offer professional advice. If you are seeking help and counsel, we strongly encourage you to talk to a trusted adult such as your parents, a godly woman, or a pastor. They can better guide you, as they are able to know the details of your situation.