As you read through the Bible and encounter stories of strong, determined women, how are you impacted by their challenges? What inspires you about their wisdom or courage?
I thought it might help to get some templates going in which we can summarize the faith journey of these incredible women.
These silhouette figures allow you to draw in your own version of facial features and skin tone. The simple garments can be adapted a variety of ways.
This Young Woman is available both with and without stitch lines.
I used this page to summarize a Bible Study I participated in during August.
Here's another female figure set up a little differently on the page.
You can use the space under the circle for her name...or you could use the narrow vertical column for a name or scripture reference.
I loved using this one to do a summary page of Ruth's attributes. I put "redeemed" in the vertical space to tie it in with our monthly theme of Redemption.
This Women of the Bible trio set hopefully is generic enough that we can use it for a wide variety of female characters in the Bible.
I'd love to hear YOUR ideas for how to use these pages and look forward to seeing some of your creative pages. Go team!!
I love this one so much, Alice, because it reminds me of how we're all sisters-in-Christ with different skills/talents, balancing a lot of different things, yet all need to quiet ourselves to be with Jesus. Such a soothing color palette, too! 💙
In our little BQJ group we recently took a deeper look at a couple of women in the Bible. I chose sisters, Mary & Martha. I learned more about Martha than I realized. You see she was a close friend to Jesus, so close that she opened her home to him. She also opened her heart, mind, mouth to him. She "talked" to him, she told him how she was really feeling! ;)