Enjoy this fun take on the Bad Girls of the Bible from author Liz Curtis Higgs!
TODAY: On Ann Voskamp’s popular blog, A Holy Experience, best-selling author Liz Curtis Higgs unpacks Romans 1:1. Sharing fresh insights on every word of the verse, Liz also includes photos from her garden and a heartfelt word of encouragement.
Be sure to follow Liz’s own Bible Study blog each Wednesday this winter as she walks through the pages of Embrace Grace.
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.
Two brothers fight to claim one fathers blessing. Two sisters long to claim one mans heart.
In the autumn of 1788, amid the moors and glens of the Scottish Lowlands, two brothers and two sisters each embark on a painful journey of discovery.
Jamie and Evan McKie both want their father Alecs flocks and lands, yet only one brother will inherit Glentrool. Leana and Rose McBride both yearn to catch the eye of the same handsome lad, yet only one sister will be his bride.
A thorny love triangle emerges, plagued by lies and deception, jealousy and desire, hidden secrets and broken promises. Brimming with passion and drama, Thorn in My Heart [ … ]
When it comes to badness, there’s nothing new under the sun.
In Really Bad Girls of the Bible, Liz reveals the power of God’s sovereignty in the lives of eight shady ladies we know by reputation but have rarely studied in depth: Bathsheba, the bathing beauty. Jael, the tent-peg-toting warrior princess. Herodias, the horrible beheader. Tamar, the widow and not-so-timid temptress. Athaliah, the deadly daughter of Jezebel. And three ancient women whose names we do not know but who have much to teach us: the ashamed Adulteress, the bewitching Medium of En Dor, and the desperate Bleeding Woman.
The eye-opening stories of these eight “Really Bad” women demonstrate [ … ]