Bible study like you’ve never seen it! Meet nine of the Bible’s most dismal failures and find out how God still loves them, even with their Broken Bits & Weirdness. Explore their stories through Bible notes, craft, cooking, outdoors activities, mindfulness colouring, and lots of other imaginative resources.
Suitable for all ages (and that does not mean ‘for kids’), this is the perfect resource book for Bible study groups, personal devotions, youth work, schools and family ministry and Messy Church.
You can use these resources at any time of year or as a Lent series, with special studies for Good Friday and Easter Day.
Straight in at Number 1!
I’m delighted to report that the day after publication, Broken Bits & Weirdness shot to #1 in Amazon’s best seller’s list for Bible meditations. Woo hoo!
Each chapter has a reading, telling the story of our broken hero, some ‘wondering’ questions, Bible study notes with questions, a prayer and space for your own prayers, crafts and cooking, and mindfulness resources including labyrinth, outdoors activities and colouring.
You can find downloadable versions of the colouring pages, and of the crafts and cooking with full-colour photos, in the resources section, below.
Please not that you need to own a copy of the book to access the resources.
You will need a password to access these extra resources, which you will find in your copy of either the Kindle or paperback book. If you do not own a copy, you may not access these resources. Sorry. (Hint, buy the book!) The password for all resources is the last word on the acknowledgements page.
- Coloured photos for the recipes (coming soon)
- Coloured photos for the crafts (coming soon)
- Printable PDFs for colouring pages
Published Jan 2021
Shortly out in Kindle too.