Released in the UK April 2017
Released in the US June 2017
Trade paperback | 192 Pages
9781781919781 • £7.99 $12.99
BISAC – REL012130
The Good Portion is a series written specifically for women to immerse themselves in the depths of Christian doctrine. God created us to enjoy knowing Him – there is always so much more to be discovered and enjoyed!
The Bible speaks about itself in evocative language – a light to the path, a balm to the flesh, sweeter than honey. It is more than a formula – it is the heartbeat of a Christian. This first title in The Good Portion series addresses the nature of the Scriptures as God’s revelation and discusses the characteristics of the Bible.
Keri Folmar is the wife of John Folmar (pastor of the United Christian Church of Dubai) and the mother of three engaging teenagers. She loves teaching women’s Bible studies and has written three herself: Joy! on Philippians, Faith on James, and Grace on Ephesians. She has also contributed to Word–Filled Women’s Ministry and the ESV Women’s Devotional Bible.
This book is a serious theology of scripture and at the same time easy to read and comprehend. We would highly recommend.
Harshit and Malini Singh
Zion Church and Pastoral Training Center Lucknow, India
Keri Folmar has given a real gift to the church in The Good Portion ... she graciously addresses our hang-ups and misunderstandings so we can taste the sweetness of God's Word for ourselves.
Pastor's wife, Mom of four, Author of 'Missional Motherhood' and 'Alive in Him'
This is a book to deepen confidence in the reliability of the Bible, increase the appetite to understand its message and motivate the reader to live its liberating truth.
Past President, The Proclamation Trust, London
Keri Folmar reminds us that the words of scripture bring and sustain life. Here we find faithful doctrine, captivating illustrations, and penetrating application to our lives.
Thomas R. Schreiner
James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Associate Dean, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky