Looking for a women's independent bible study


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Not sure if this is posted in the correct forum–moderators please move if appropriate…

Looking for a women’s bible study similar to Keeping in Balance (Lisa Brenninkmeyer at walkingwithpurpose.com) that I can do at home on my own. I was excited when looking at her program, but so disappointed when I found out it was only available to parish groups and not for independent study/personal purchase. (I’m not the type to “start a group study at my local parish”, trust me.)

I am the queen of theory and ideals, but when it comes to practical applications in real life, I sometimes tend to stumble in confusion not knowing how to connect the dots between theory and application. :rolleyes:

For instance, I like the numerous fairly practical articles in the Catholic Youth Bible by St. Mary’s Press that I’ve used in homeschooling my kids, but they are directed toward youth, not a 45 year old cradle Catholic mom of 5 with little kids still at home and grandma of 2…

Maybe not even a bible study per se, but a study bible with ample commentaries/articles directed at women/moms?

I briefly looked at the Courageous series by Stacy Mitch, but it seems to me to be more theoretical, and not so practical. It’s probably a really good study, but again, I have a problem connecting those dots.

I understand if you have no clue what I’m getting at as far as theory vs. application, but just thought I’d give it a shot since there’s a lot of very intelligent, spiritual, devoted Catholics here.

—Just looking to take more steps on my journey with the Lord…

Any suggestions?


#2

Can’t remember the Lady’s name on EWTN who hosts Women of Grace. Check out EWTN’s website or Google Women of Grace. Also there are 3 women who host “The Catholic View for Women.” They may have some ideas for you.


#3

I’d be interested as well…

Mary.


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