Each Year WINE will offer new books in our Read Between the WINEs Book Club. Each book is a simple read for any woman at any point in her spiritual journey. All of the books are written in such a way that you feel as though the author is talking with you over a latte. And at the same time, they contain a depth of theological truths and teachings.
These books introduce women not only to life-changing relationships with other women in the small group setting, but to a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ.
Each book will come with a WINE-exclusive journal, which includes questions to ponder, space to write, and additional reflections to enhance your reading. Promotional ideas and meeting guidelines will provide everything you need to start your book club.
Email WINE@CatholicVineyard.com if you have questions about Read Between the WINEs Book Club.
Small Group Setting: Do you already belong to a book club or Bible study? Continue meeting, but in a more relaxed manner. Or simply invite some friends to read and discuss a WINE recommended book together!
Join us this Lent in reading Walk in Her Sandals. Reflections/questions throughout the book will guide your group discussion, an accompanying journal will help enhance deepen the experience, and a virtual community will enable you to share with women all around the country. Simply check out our Lenten Read Between the WINEs book club! All proceeds of your purchase of Walk in Her Sandals on the WINE website go to support our ongoing efforts!
Topic: Understanding Why God Created Women
Format: 6 Week Book Club for Small Groups
Wine-Exclusive Created to Relate Journal
Created to Relate explains the natural gift that women have for building and maintaining life-giving relationships, and it reveals the key to living the Gospel fully and joyfully. Kelly Wahlquist shows how you can use your ability to build relationships as a way to lead others to Christ and provides practical tips to help you stay focused in the midst of the distractions and responsibilities that can lead to superficial connections.