Liz Curtis Higgs, discusses her new non-fiction book, “The Girl’s Still Got It” on “The Harvest Show” on LeSea Broadcasting on Thursday, Sept. 13 and Friday, Sept 14. To watch, go to http://www.harvest-tv.com.
New York Times best-selling author Liz Curtis Higgs, author of The Girl’s Still Got It, interviewed on “The Good Life.” Click here to listen to Liz talk about the awaiting adventure in studying the lives of Ruth and Naomi.
Think of it as time travel without gimmicks, gizmos, or a DeLorean: a novel approach to Bible study that leaps from past to present, gleaning timeless truths that will draw you nearer to the One who knows you fully, loves you completely, and holds you close to his heart.
Walk with Ruth as she travels from Moab to Bethlehem, certain of her calling, yet uncertain of her future. Hold Naomis hand and watch love put the pieces of her broken life back together. And hang out with Boaz, their kinsman-redeemer, who blesses both women and honors God, big time.
With best-selling author Liz Curtis Higgs by your side, youll tarry in the corners of their ancient houses, listen to their conversations, and consider every word of every verse until you can say, I totally get the book of Ruth. And I see what God is trying to teach me through this rags-to-riches redemption storyhe has a plan for my life.
Travel through time and place to eighteenth-century Scotland for a moving saga of redemption and restoration, inspired by the biblical love story of Boaz and Ruth. The heartrending journey that began with Here Burns My Candle soars to a glorious finish in Mine Is the Night, from best-selling novelist Liz Curtis Higgs.
Good Women Behaving Badly.
A spiteful boss, a defiant employee, a manipulative mother, a desperate housewife, an envious sister honey, we know these women. Weve lived with them, worked with them, or caught a glimpse of them in our mirrors.
Now lets take a look at their ancient counterparts in Scripture: Sarah mistreated her maidservant, Hagar despised her mistress, Rebekah manipulated her son, Leah claimed her sisters husband, and Rachel envied her fertile sister.
They were far from evil, but hardly perfect. Mostly good, yet slightly bad. In other words, these matriarchal mamas look a lot like us.
here to listen.Author Liz Curtis Higgs discusses mother-in-law issues and insights from her latest book Here Burns My Candle on Focus on the Family’s “Your Family Live” webcast. Click