About the Book

Effortless Fruitfulness by Emily Fieg

Is God disappointed in me? Am I doing enough? Why is it so hard to produce the fruit of the Spirit?

If producing spiritual fruit has ever felt like toil, this study will help you discover the way Jesus meant for fruit to grow.

No matter where you are on your journey to bearing fruit, this 13-lesson scripture study will lead you into an even more fruitful life. New believers, as well as those who have been in the church for decades, can both find greater victory in the areas of bearing fruit and abiding in Jesus. Some of the most common themes in Jesus’ parables are planting, sowing, and harvesting. In Effortless Fruitfulness, the author examines many of those parables and stories from the New Testament, along with examples from her own life, to reveal practical steps and raise thought-provoking questions that will help you step out of striving and into supernatural growth.

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”  Matthew 11:28-30 NIV

This is a thirteen-session individual or small group study and workbook that examines Jesus’ parables and teachings in the Gospels about bearing fruit, abiding in the vine, sowing and reaping, harvesting, and other agricultural metaphors and reveals how many Christians have been trying to gain victory in these areas by self-effort without realizing it. Be ready to be set free and equipped for greater fruitfulness!

The paperback version of this book is both a bible study and a workbook. The eBook version has all the same content, but lacks the workbook layout and space to answer the questions. It is recommended that you have a separate journal on hand for writing your answers to the questions when reading the eBook version. Perfect for a Bible study, small group, or for individual study or quiet time to foster spiritual and personal growth.