A 6-Session Study of Women in Scripture
Do you want to pass down something of worth?
Do you want your influence to last?
Do you want your life to matter in the future?
We all want to be women of legacy, but how do we begin?
In this 6-session study, examine the character and actions of women in Scripture—Esther, Mary Magdalene, Ruth, Deborah, the woman at the well, and more—to inspire and challenge you to leave a gospel-centered legacy.
Join us if you want to:
• Recognize the importance of leaving behind a spiritual legacy.
• Discover how ordinary, faithful lives are important to God’s kingdom.
• Embrace the truth that your life can make an eternal difference.
Jackie Green wears many different hats as she navigates writing, speaking, organizing events for women, being a wife and mother to six. She is the co-founder of Museum of the Bible and serves on the board of several organizations. She is also the founder of Women of Legacy—an effort to help women discover and leave an eternal legacy. She has co-authored two books: This Dangerous Book with Steve Green and Only One Life with her daughter, Lauren Green McAfee.
Lauren Green McAfee is a communicator, connector, and coffee enthusiast with a heart to engage others with the Bible. After earning her graduate degrees in pastoral counseling and theology, Lauren now works at the Hobby Lobby corporate office and pursues a PhD in ethics and public policy at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Among the past LBS studies are "The Quest" by Beth Moore; "The Armor of God", "Gideon" by Priscilla Shirer ,"Jonah - Navigating a Life Interrupted" ; "Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed: A Study of David" from the teaching sessions of the Deeper Still conference featuring Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, and Kay Arthur; "Covenant: God’s Enduring Promises" by Kay Arthur; "Discerning the Voice of God" by Priscilla Shirer, "Stepping Up" , "James : Mercy Triump" , "Daniel: Lives of Integrity Words of Prophecy" , "Breaking Free" by Beth Moore; "Hebrews" by Lisa Harper and "Unlocking Revelation" by David Pawson, "Children of the Day" by Beth Moore and "Crazy Love" by Francis Chan.