What are the best resources for starting a Bible study in my church or neighborhood?
For “tween” age girls (8-12), the best resources are the Between maga-books. These are written in magazine format with articles that include “Just Between Us” questions related to the relevant topics discussed. The discussion questions aid in conversation and make the maga-books user-friendly for use as a mother/daughter devo or small group Bible study. For teen girls, Vicki’s His Girl six week Bible study (with optional DVD component) is a great tool. Vicki’s six week Bible study for moms of teen girls, Your Girl (with DVD component), parallels the same six weekly topics covered in the His Girl study for girls. Vicki most recent study for moms of girls, 5 Conversations You Must Have with Your Daughter (with DVD component), is a six week study adapted from Vicki’s best-selling book under the same title. It was written for mothers of daughters 0-18 with the goal that mothers of older girls and mothers of younger girls would meet in groups together and fulfill a Titus 2 biblical mentoring model. Vicki has also written a six week/DVD Bible study for moms of sons (5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Sons) that would make a great church or neighborhood study.
Vicki has also written two six week studies for adult women (no DVD component available): The Virtuous Woman (based on the Proverbs 31 passage) and Get A Life! (which debunks common myths women believe. Both of these studies are light in nature with little homework required. Each one makes for a good breather study in between some of the longer, more intense studies offered at many churches. They are also popular studies among college women. All of these resources (tween, teen, moms, adult women) may be found by clicking here.
Does Vicki have anything out for mothers of boys?
Vicki has written two books for mothers of sons: Your Boy and 5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Sons.
Is it possible for me to email Vicki directly about a personal question I have?
Vicki enjoys hearing from readers, but due to the large volume of email Vicki receives, it is no longer possible for her to personally answer each and every email. If you have an idea for a topic that might make a good post on Vicki’s blog or would like to email Vicki, you may email Vicki’s assistant, Casey, and she will forward your comments to Vicki.
Does Vicki have a statement of faith?
You can view Vicki’s statement of faith by clicking here.
Who do I contact if I am interested in having Vicki come speak at an event that my church/organization is organizing?
How did Vicki get started in her speaking ministry and what advice would she offer to someone just starting out?
Vicki counsels women who feel they have been called to speak to focus more on the message God has put on their hearts than becoming a “speaker.” She notes that most keynote speakers didn’t start off speaking from the main platform to large audiences and encourages them to start by making themselves available to teach, whether it is at a neighborhood Bible Study, a small women’s retreat, or teaching Sunday School at their local church.
Would it be possible for Vicki to endorse my book?
Vicki is committed to only endorse books she has read cover to cover. Due to her writing, speaking, and family commitments, she is only able to do a limited number of endorsements. If you would like to send your manuscript to Vicki for the possibility of endorsement, please have your publisher or editor contact her assistant, Casey with an electronic copy of the manuscript and the deadline for endorsement. If you would like to mail a copy of your book to Vicki for a future give-away on her blog, feel free to do so. Our mailing address can be found by clicking here. Please note that we cannot guarantee that each book received will be featured in a future give-away or guarantee concrete dates for the featured give-away. Thank you for your understanding.