Have you ever picked up a Bible study only to feel it was over your head or you were being preached at? In Enough of Me, Priscilla Peters takes the approach of a friend. Her hashtags and stories will make you laugh out loud but you’ll also take a real look at your priorities and dig deep into God’s word.
In My Opinion…
Yes, Enough of Me is a Bible study, but there is so much more within the pages of the book. Through this study, Priscilla Peters becomes a friend. The kind that will have your sides splitting from laughter one minute only to drop a truth bomb on you that leaves your comfort and complacency in shatters.
Using humorous anecdotes from her life, the author’s transparency opens eyes, hearts, and minds to the truths she shares and those areas of our lives where we are not giving God our all. This six-days-a week (an introduction and five days of digging deeper), eight-week study will poke at your excuses, your anxiety, your distractions, your good intentions and more.
Each entry is quick and easy to read (no more than ten minutes) but plan some extra time in there for prayer and reflection. As Peters says in her introduction, “I feel confident there will be toes stepped on and maybe a few tearful face-plants into those sheets of ours that might not have been washed this week.” But sometimes we need that to make changes in our lives for the better.
So, you’re ready to meet an author who is more friend than finger-waving authority and if you’re ready to give up chasing things that leave you exhausted and feeling like you just can’t keep up, if you’re ready to give God more of yourself, use Enough of Me as your GPS to getting back on track. #EveryWomanNeedsToReadThis
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About the Book
I’m living the dream in my fancy-pants world, and I’ve got the Instagram feed to prove it.
Who am I kidding? I’m literally holding it together with one more cup of coffee, yesterday’s dry shampoo, and a prayer.
So I finally said enough. Enough of me. I’m bidding farewell to chasing emptiness and exchanging it for more of Jesus.
If we agree with Paul in Acts 20:24 that our lives are worth nothing unless we use them for finishing the work of telling others the Good News – where are we in our quest to get busy for Jesus? In our world of hashtags, hair color, and having it all together, chances are we aren’t accomplishing much.
Enough of Me is an 8-week Bible study for women focused on what God’s Word has to say about the tug-of-war between our flesh and our mission. The study explores the barriers that stand between where we are today and where God wants to use us to finish His work.
Do you have a nagging in your heart for more purpose? Are you right smack dab in the middle of a tug-of-war between your flesh and your mission?
Often we want to live out the purpose and mission God has for us, but we’re too distracted, exhausted, and empty. Maybe it’s time to say enough to the excuses, anxiety, and interruptions that get in our way. Could it be we’re so busy chasing emptiness and playing the people-pleasing game, that we can’t find time to live on mission?
It’s time to take a deep breath and do some inventory. Let’s dig in and see what God’s Word has to say about this tug-of-war between our flesh and our mission. Let’s figure out ways to quit chasing emptiness and take bold steps of obedience. Let’s discover how we can glorify God and steer people to Jesus in our cubicles, at our dinner tables, in our mom-groups, and with people we encounter every day.
What would happen if we said Enough of Me . . . more Jesus.
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