Book Review: Bible Study for Busy Mamas

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Bible Study for Busy Mamas: Thirty days in 1 Corinthians 13

Pam Foster

This devotional is very similar to Pam Foster’s last book I reviewed Bible Study for Busy Mamas: Thirty Days in Colossians 3, so if you enjoyed that one you will love this one too! Foster uses her gift in creating bible studies to divide 1 Corinthians 13 in to 30 days of deep thought but none invasive study, after all it is for busy mamas. When I say noninvasive by no means do I mean it will not penetrate you heart and mind but rather in a concise way, is noninvasive to your time. For those that are trying to get in all the time they can with family and the Word of God this combines the two so well, it turns that time into a precious moment. She starts with feeding the mama the oxygen they need to breath and move on to do what they have to do with family but in the same token has put together the ability to guide our little ones to receive the same Word and do so without much preparation and planning since she has already prearranged it all out for us. The reading is short and is followed by an assignment. She list options for ease of use. There is a section on each day for your children with a list of items needed for the activities planned. This was a relief as I do not need one more thing to plan. Refreshing and fun, this devotional will not disappoint.

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