Tried and True
Women's Ministry Theme
Posted October 9, 2012 (originally posted to my blog)
Being tried and true. Going through trials and coming out the other end. Job is a good example of being tried and true.
Learning from things that are tried and true--methods, friends, products, recipes.
Theme Verse Suggestions
But he knoweth the way that I take: when he hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold. Job 23:10
Tried and True by Julia
Responding to Trials Handout
The second page of the handout includes the outline for this devotional.
Job: Tried and True Bible Study
Contains some passages from Job to read and questions to answer.
Just a note---When you open the Answer Key, the front cover is the same as the Study Questions, but the answers are on the pages.
Enduring the Pits by Julia
Alternative Theme Titles
Tried and True
Trials and Triumphs
Some through the Fire
Tradgedies to Triumphs
See the Out of the Pits Theme
Cherry themed items (trials are the "pits")
Discussion Starter Questions:
What is the biggest trial you have ever faced?
How did you get through it?
How did you react to God during this time?
I Must Tell Jesus (Elisha A. Hoffman)
God Leads us Along (In shady green pastures...)
Anything embellished with a cherry
See my blog for creative favor ideas.
Book of encouraging verses or quotes
Bag or basket
Fill with chocolate candy, box of tissues, small pocket book of inspirational quotes, devotional book.
Just for Fun
Share a cherry recipe.
Ahead of time choose a person or family to encourage.
Have your ladies bring in items to make an encouragement basket to deliver.
Depending on the need, it could be household items, food/pantry items, or just fun things to encourage someone.
Food and Serving
Cherry: pie, cake, cobbler, cookies
Fresh cherries and fruit dip
Copyright ©2012 Julia Bettencourt
Any Scripture quoted is in the King James Version.
Credit: Artwork for downloads by Trina Clark. Digi Scrap Kits.