Women's Summer Book Chats

It's Summer...a fun season of beach trips, cookouts, flip-flops, and a good book. Join us for any or all of our summer book chats. We have some book options for those who love fiction and those who want to dig in a little deeper with a non-fiction novel.

This is a Book Chat, not a book club. There is no membership. If you are interested in participating or have questions, contact Laura Moore at lmoore@wpcgo.com.

Mama Bear Apologetics by Hillary Morgan Ferrer

Mama Bear Apologetics is the book you’ve been looking for. This mom-to-mom guide will equip you to teach your kids how to form their own biblical beliefs about what is true and what is false.

Through transparent life stories and clear, practical applications- including prayerful strategies- this band of Mama Bears offers you tools to train yourself, so you can turn around and train your kids. Learn to teach them how to think through and address the issues head-on, yet with gentleness and respect.

  • Postponed - Date TBD
  • 10-11 am
  • In Women's Lounge (Westminster Hall Room 124)

A Million Little Choices by Tamera Alexander

Two different women, different centuries, same house, and many secrets surround this home in Atlanta.

Present day, Claire Powell has many choices when her husband accepts a job in another state and buys a historic Southern home sight-unseen. 1863, Charlotte Thursmann, pregnant and trapped in a marriage to an abusive husband, is struggling to protect her unborn child and the enslaved members of her household.

Both women discover truths about themselves, along with secrets long hidden that hold the power to bring God’s restoration—if only they choose to let it.

  • Monday, July 8
  • 10-11 am
  • In Women's Lounge (Westminster Hall Room 124)

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot by Ellen Vaughn

Elisabeth Elliot was a young missionary in Ecuador when members of a violent Amazonian tribe savagely speared her husband and his four colleagues. Elisabeth took her toddler daughter, Bible, and journal and lived in the jungle with the Stone-Age people who killed her husband. Compelled by her friendship and forgiveness, many came to faith in Jesus.

In this authorized biography, bestselling author Ellen Vaughn uses Elisabeth’s private, unpublished journals and candid interviews with her family and friends, to paint the adventures and misadventures God used to shape one of the most influential women in modern church history.

  • Thursday, July 18
  • 10-11 am
  • In Women's Lounge (Westminster Hall Room 124)

Why Pro-Life? by Randy Alcorn

Why Pro-Life? offers factual answers to the central issues of the abortion debate in a concise, non-abrasive way. Infused with grace and compassion, and grounded in medical science and psychological studies, Randy Alcorn presents a solid case for defending both unborn children and their mothers. For those on the fence in the midst of the abortion debate, this book will be a great resource as it clearly and thoroughly examines the prolife position. For those who are prolife already, this book is an encouragement to be intelligently and graciously informed.

  • Thursday, August 8
  • 10-11 am
  • In Women's Lounge (Westminster Hall Room 124)

Indigo Isle by T. I. Lowe

Indigo Isle tells the story of Sonny Bates, a successful Hollywood location scout who returns to South Carolina after fifteen years. Sonny’s job leads her to a secluded barrier island off the coast of Charleston, where she meets the reclusive owner known as the Monster of Indigo Isle.

The book delves into themes of redemption, reconciliation, and love that heals the deepest wounds.

  • Monday, August 12
  • 10-11 am
  • In Women's Lounge (Westminster Hall Room 124)