Disciple Her is about how to make disciples out of women. The book details a process on how to do this and focuses on being accountable and making time to be in the Word. Gallaty shares how to plan and prepare to start a group that works towards this. She discusses journaling and being accountable, but she also brings up issues that might come up along the way. Gallaty shares her own personal experience with a group member who was involved with a married man and how to gently handle that situation.
The book is full of information and tips on creating a group complete with resources like a reading list, Bible reading plan, sample sheets, and examples to work with. There is a lot of info here if you plan to start your own group.
However, I do wish the back of the book/blurb and/or cover had said this book was intended for creating a group. I wanted to read the book for tips I can use in my everyday life and this was not the book I thought I was getting. Still, there is info here that can be used for that, it’s just not the book I was expecting.
*I received this book from BH Publishing and Lifeway in return for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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