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Summer Reading for Women (or anyone!)

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It's summer and the time to pull out some books! I'm going to share what it on my Summer Reading list in hopes of inspiring some of you to join me and push me to read them all. Ten Words to Live By by Jen Wilkin I'm reading this in preparation for our Tuesday Bible study on Exodus that begins in September, but I think I would read it even if that was not the case. After ...

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Book Report

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Book Report I confess I have not been doing as much reading as I thought I would during this extended pandemic. But I have read some things that have encouraged and educated me. I am hoping some of you might also find these books to be helpful. I am in the process of reading None Like Him by Jen Wilkin. This book presents the incommunicable attributes of God and how th...

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What happening for women at ECC?

Tuesday Womens Bible (800x600)

An overview of what it happening for women at ECC....

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A gentle and quiet spirit? Who, me?

Peter exhorts us to have a gentle and quiet spirit. That is not my natural inclination, but by God's grace I am learning to fight for it....

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Why should I come to a Women's Bible study?

We need to be in God's Word together, to encourage and exhort one another and to deepen friendships. This year there are 4 opportunities to learn and grow together. Come and join us for a great year in God's Word!...

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Tea and a good book

This is really a book report on two books: Awe, by Paul David Tripp and The Afternoon of Life, by Elyse Fitzpatrick. Winter is a great time to read more. These two books just might change your perspective on life....

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