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 The Horizons Bible study for 2003--2004 is

The Face Is Familiar:
Remembering Unnamed Women
in Scripture

by Louise, Mary and Sue Westfall

 


The Face Is Familiar Bible Study Workshop
Monologues for The Face Is Familiar

 


Author
Louise Westfall


Author
Mary Westfall


Author
Sue Westfall


Suggestions for Leaders
Freda Gardner

Contents

 

Introduction

Introduction to Suggestions for Leaders

Books for Additional Reading and Study

Chronological Chart

Historical Designations

Future Horizons Bible Studies

Using Horizons Bible Study

Lesson 1 A Daughter's Compassion

Lesson 2 A Daughter Remembered

Lesson 3 A Leader's Intervention

Lesson 4 A Widow's Might

Lesson 5 A Woman's Healing

Lesson 6 An Outsider's Challenge

Lesson 7 A Sinner's Witness

Lesson 8 Our Foremothers' Legacy

Lesson 9 An Apostle's Anonymity

About the Authors

Notes

Field Testing

Order Forms

 

About the Authors

After pastorates in Michigan and Iowa, Louise Westfall moved to Cleveland Heights, Ohio, where she currently serves as the pastor and head of staff of Fairmount Presbyterian Church. After receiving her bachelor's degree from Sterling College, she attended San Francisco Theological Seminary for her doctorate of ministry and Princeton Theological Seminary for her master's in divinity.

Mary Westfall serves as senior minister of the Community Church of Durham, New Hampshire. She has also worked as campus minister and chaplain for the University of New Hampshire and as associate pastor at West Park Presbyterian Church in New York City. Mary holds bachelor's degrees in history and political science, graduated from San Francisco Theological Seminary, and received a doctor of ministry degree from the University of New Hampshire.

Sue Westfall is co-pastor at St. Mark's Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Arizona, where she has served for the past ten years following positions in New York, Colorado, and a two-year stint as an at-home mom in Hermosillo, Mexico. Throughout her ministry, Sue has taken particular interest in leadership development. She received her bachelor's degree from Sterling College, master of divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and doctor of ministry degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary.

Suggestions for Leaders

Freda Gardner
was a Christian education professor at Princeton Theological Seminary for thirty-one years. She also served as moderator of the 211th General Assembly PC(USA). She is currently an elder in Nassau Presbyterian Church in Princeton, New Jersey, and serves on Jarvie Commonweal Service Committee, Presbyterian/Episcopal Dialogue, and Churches Uniting in Christ Ministry Committee. Speaking, preaching, and leading workshops fill much of her free time.


Related Resources

  • Large-print version with Suggestions for Leaders, item #HZN-03-150, $10*
  • Audiocassette, item #HZN-03-180, $10*
  • Compact Disc, item #HZN-03-181, $15*,
    slightly abridged study book and scriptures read aloud; no leader helps
  • Spanish translation, item #HZN-03-110, $6*
  • Korean translation, item #HZN-03-120, $6*
  • Monologues, based on the women profiled in this study, HZN-03-102, $5* for a set of 9.
  • Bible study helps in each issue of Horizons magazine

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