Woman Evolve (Sarah Jakes Roberts)
Study of a Bible Character: Eve
In Woman Evolve, a six-session video Bible study, Sarah Jakes Roberts, daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, helps you realize and take action toward your God-given and purposeful evolution as a woman. After her mistake in the Garden of Eden, Eve became the first woman to deal with rebuilding her life in the aftermath of her past. Eve knew better, but she didn't do better. Break through and use past mistakes to revolutionize your life. Like Eve, you don't have to live your future defined by your past.
Study Guide Book
Study Guide First Chapter
Woman Evolve - Session 1: Drop the Fig Leaves
What would happen if you were willing to stand naked and unashamed before God? God doesn't take a temporary moment and put it into your permanent record. Too often we rehearse failure when we should claim restoration.
Woman Evolve - Session 2: Damage Control
What if God has a plan to heal your deepest pain? When we open our hearts for damage control, we start to face the pain and find a deep conditioning that comes from relationship with God.
Woman Evolve - Session 3: What Are We Doing Today?
What if the setbacks, the disappointments, and the discouragements of life are the devil hiding in plain sight? Just as the hairdresser asks, What are we doing today? we face similar questions in the in-between stage of disconnecting from our past and showing up fully in our present.
Woman Evolve - Session 4: You Need a Trim
What if boundaries are the missing ingredient for your breakthrough? Boundaries protect the work God is doing in your life. Don't let your faith be diluted by someone else's disbelief.
Woman Evolve - Session 5: No Turning Back
What if God's desire isn't that you do everything perfectly, but that you never stop reaching for him? There are moments where we are afraid to establish ourselves in our new truth, our new way of being, because we are afraid of reverting to those same actions and behaviors that landed us here in...
Woman Evolve - Session 6: Don't Do It Alone
What if you lived vulnerably and authentically as part of a sisterhood of believers?