Blessed! Someone (Tecia) wrote this wonderful book called Choices. Every weekday morning I get my boys up and we verbally go through sections using our Bible. It takes us 2 weeks to get through 1 week, but there is a lot of discussion. My parents live with us and they have joined our Bible study. They wait for it to bless their day and are so excited to hear what their grandchildren have to say about God. Thank You, Tecia. You have assisted my Dad in getting closer to Him. His days are numbered and your study helps to remind him that God is in control and has a special place for him.
– Shelley T.
This book is a guided personal reflection on the choices, situations, and actions of specific people in scripture. It will guide the reader into doing the kind of personal reflection that scripture deserves and, really, requires of us if we are going to take it seriously. I think the reader who is new to Bible study, perhaps a new Christian, or even someone who is just struggling to find the answers to the “so what?” questions when they read scripture will find a great resource and a great new way to read the Bible for themselves.
– Jason Rodenbeck, Pastor, Professor and Director of Academic Services at Point University
Choices is wonderful tool for any and every follower of Christ! It teaches biblical principals that help us align our everyday decision making with God’s will. Most importantly Tecia Janes has gone out of her way to make Christ the centerpiece of her work.
– Dylan Higgins, Pastor and author of The Emblem & The Lantern Series
In addition to her students at The Campus, Tecia Farmer Janes also teaches Biblical principles to women’s groups using her new book Choices as both a textbook and workbook, in which the students write their answers to questions in the spaces provided there. As her Professor at Point University notes in his jacket blurb, these exercises stimulate “the kind of personal reflection that Scripture deserves and really requires of us if we are going to take it seriously.” The book stresses the choices we face in life and encourages us in all of them to make decisions which are Christ-centered, which is to be expected of someone who has created the website www.choosinghimministries.org. I recommend this book to anyone interested in the subject of Christocentric choices, and I encourage any interested women to contact the author to find out how to get into one of her women’s study groups.
– Forrest W. Schultz, Southside Book Reviews