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I suggest that the group complete one chapter each week for 12 weeks with the 13th week having a closing mass and brunch.There are answers in the back of the book with suggestions for the leader and a "Frequently Asked Questions about the Blessed Mother" section.My friend Janice invited me to attend my first bible study but I was too nervous to be in a big group so she did the study with me in her house.I really liked that I could have my small children with me while I studied the bible.I made it Catholic because I used a Catholic bible study for women, prayed the Rosary at each meeting, and made the closing bunch with a Mass also. Unfortunately, we quickly ran out of Catholic Women's bible studies.The women in my bible study group really wanted to complete a study on the Blessed Mother but we could not find any so they suggested that I write one.Appendices to the book contain answers for all of the study questions and a section of frequently asked questions about the Blessed Mother.I look forward to gathering with friends to undertake A Marian Bible Study and am pleased to offer the following interview with study author Laura Wells.
I understand what it is like to have small children so I also provide suggestions on how to watch the children during the study and encourage moms to bring their children.
My children, husband, and military life provide fantastic stories for my book.
I love adventure and the military life with children has been a great way for me to grow in my trust of the Lord as we move every 2 to 3 years (our shortest tour was just 10 months! I love to read, write, teach, sew, make crafts and Japanese dolls, sing, garden, and spend time with my family.
Author Wells credits her own study of Marian related scripture to developing a stronger relationship with Mary and encourages others to take up bible study as a means of supporting their own vocations as parents.
Helpful aspects of A Marian Bible Study include its succinct and easy to read format, study of relevant Old and New Testament passages, memory verses, and an inspirational closing prayer for each chapter.
Author Interview with Laura Wells, A Marian Bible Study by Lisa M.