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Resources for a Fresh Start

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Like so many of the women I have talked with lately, fall is my most treasured season.

Yes, I love the changing colors, pulling my sweaters out of retirement, and cinnamon apple cider, but the best thing about fall is the feeling of a new beginning.

One of my favorite authors, F. Scott Fitzgerald, puts it best saying, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.”

A typical fall reset may look like sending kids back to the classroom, decluttering the house, and for our AAC women, starting Bible studies again.

We are so excited to welcome you back with studies on Zoom and in-person beginning the week of October 4th, but we also recognize that this is not a typical reset season for many of our AAC women.

For the college student trying to balance online classes and an unpredictable work schedule, we see you.

For the mom learning what it means to homeschool and work herself, we see you.

For any woman that is trying to make sense of an ever-changing “normal”, we see you.

We understand that this may not be a season when you are able to join us for Bible study, but we believe that this can still be a season of reset and growing closer to the Lord.

Our AAC Women’s resource page is designed to give you tools that will help you have a better concept of God, His Love, and His purposes for you as a woman. Included on this page are recommended Bibles, devotionals, books on marriage and parenting, online resources, and links to blogs from AAC writers. There are so many great resources available for you to explore!

This year, we hope you have your fall fresh start whether it’s during Bible study or through a new devotional or online resource. Fall this year looks different than before, but it can still be a season of new beginnings.  

*Additionally, if you are unable to join study but need prayer, please contact our team at women@aac.church. We want to support you!

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About the Author: Rebecca Fulcer

After graduating from UW Oshkosh with her literature teaching degree, Becca felt a call to pursue international missions. In January 2017, Becca left the United States and joined the World Race mission and discipleship program where she traveled to eleven countries in eleven months to serve in various ministries.

Upon returning home, Becca heard about Appleton Alliance’s residency program and felt confident it was the next step. She is currently working with the Women’s Ministry department while pursuing her master’s in Theology and hopes to someday work in ministry full-time.

When not doing schoolwork, Becca enjoys traveling, reading, swimming, running, and snuggling with her dogs.

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