Esther: Finding Yourself in Times of Trouble (Drawn In Bible Study) by Eugene H. Peterson

I recently had the chance to read Esther: Finding Yourself in Times of Trouble, by Eugene H. Peterson. This nonfiction book will be published on June 20, 2017, by NavPress.

About this book (from the back cover):

Color with Friends. Be Drawn In to Scripture.
An unlikely queen. A murderous enemy. A miraculous turnaround. The story of Esther is breathtaking. Through study, coloring, and conversation, discover how to find your voice and grow your faith during times of trouble.

Deepen your friendships as you gather around Scripture for coloring and conversation. Drawn In offers simple four-week Bible studies―perfect for groups or personal devotions. Coloring quiets your heart and mind so you can enter fully into Scripture’s stories. The Bible’s passion and personality come through in The Message, surprising new and old Bible readers alike. Discover the delight of being Drawn In.

Final Verdict:

I wanted to read this book, which is part of the Drawn In series, because I wanted something enjoyable to go through with my daughters, ages 8 & 10. They love the story of Esther, and they love detailed coloring books, so this was perfect. Eugene Peterson is a beautiful writer, and the lovely, detailed pictures were so much fun for them to color. Recommended for a quick, interesting, 4-week Bible study, great for older children, teenagers, or adults.

 If you’d like to check out Esther: Finding Yourself in Times of Trouble, it is currently available in paperback for $7.99. Remember, Amazon’s prices can change at any time.
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