Can you believe we’re on the back end of our summer study already? Summer has flown by. Although it’s been hit and miss with the girls because of vacations, I think we could have easily met every week instead of every other. Maybe next summer!! If you’re following along, here’s what we’ve covered so far: Week 1: Joshua 1:8 Week… Read More
Summer Youth Bible Study: Lesson #3
If you’re just now joining us, we are right in the middle of our summer youth Bible study. I’ve had a blast meeting with my eldest and her friends to study God’s Word this summer, one verse at a time. Here’s what we’ve covered so far: Week 1: Joshua 1:8 Week 2: 1 Peter 5:7 Here’s what you’ll need for… Read More
Summer Youth Bible Study: Lesson #2
Gather your people – it’s time for verse #2 of … I love that so many of you have reached out to tell me that you are following along with groups of your own. Please know that I am cheering you on from afar! Here’s what you’ll need for this week’s lesson: Supplies: Bible SOAP worksheet (provided) Bible verse note cards… Read More
Summer Youth Bible study: Lesson #1
Last week I baked some cookies and sat with a chatty group of thirteen year old girls on our back porch. We opened our Bibles and talked for over an hour. It was fun. It was unscripted. It was discipleship. As promised, today I’m sharing the lesson from our time together. Take this stuff and use it, friends. Print out… Read More
Week 4: How do you study the Bible?
Today we are concluding our How do you study the Bible? series with one last approach. Although we’re probably only scratching the surface when it comes to Bible study methods, I thought these four different approaches provided a little something for all types of learners. To recap thus far, we have already learned three different methods for studying the Bible for… Read More
Week 3: How do you study the Bible?
Today, we’re are continuing on in our series HOW DO YOU STUDY THE BIBLE?. As much as I love a good Bible study book or devotional, we can (and should) be able to open the Bible and study it for ourselves. “The Bible wasn’t written for a few experts to understand while baffling the rest of us.” (Angie Smith, Seamless)… Read More