I was invited to be a part of the launch team for Holley Gerth‘s “You’re Already Amazing LifeGrowth Guide“, which means I’ve had the immense pleasure of reading through the guide prior to its release. And let me tell you: It’s a great guide designed for women’s groups or personal study.
I lead a women’s group at my church, which is why I was interested in reading through the LifeGrowth Guide as part of the launch team. And goodness, I definitely think it’s worth getting for anyone who works with women in such a setting. And honestly? It would even be a great tool for personal study and discovery.
Paired with Holley’s “You’re Already Amazing” book, the LifeGrowth Guide digs deeper into the text of the book, exploring the talents, strengths, desires, and fears that all women have and how they manifest in each of us. She writes about identifying our strengths and talents, pulling out the truth of who God created us to be. She goes on to help us explore how those strength and talents can be used, both in the church and out of the church.
What I love about the LifeGrowth Guide is that Holley’s message is wrapped up with a huge dose of encouragement. Her words can’t help but lift you up as you read, as if you were having coffee with a good friend. Her writing style is familiar and friendly, inviting you into her journey with Jesus and you explore your own. And sprinkled throughout the guide are gorgeous graphic art, just waiting to be printed out and hung up.
I recommend both the LifeGrowth Guide (with the accompanying DVD materials) and the book “You’re Already Amazing” to anyone looking for a great topic for their women’s group. I’m already considering the possibility of using it as the topic for my growth group at church, and I’m thrilled that Holley has developed this guide to help women journey through “You’re Already Amazing” at a deeper level.
I received a complimentary copy of this guide in exchange for my honest review as part of Holley Gerth’s “You’re Already Amazing LifeGrowth Guide” Launch Team. Affiliate links were used in this post.