Have you thought of writing out the books of the Bible, one book at a time? To help you accomplish that, a Scripture Writing Challenge, or, as I like to call it, a Bible Book Writing Challenge, is the solution. As you read through this post, you will see that I use the terms Bible and Scripture interchangeably.Read More
For some people, trusting others comes easy. Are you like that? Or do you feel that people need to earn your trust? Are you the same with trusting God? Is it hard or easy for you? Are you able to let go of control so that God can be God in your life?Read More
God designed your destiny, giving you a future with His richest blessings. There are over 100 Bible verses related, directly or indirectly, to this topic alone. However, we are going to look at the top ten Bible verses about destiny. Let’s explore together what God says about you and your future.Read More
Of all the various Bible study methods available, which one do you prefer? Do you like the acronym methods like REST, SOAP, PRAISE, or APPLE? There’s even an ACTS Bible Study Method that I haven’t heard of. Either way, these methods have one thing in common and that’s digging in deep. Let me help you walk through the steps for an effective Bible study using another method not mentioned above.Read More
The Bible. The world’s best selling book of all time. What is it all about and why it is important to study it? Let me help you understand, even a bit, why it is important for Christians to have a regular Bible study.Read More
If you know me, then you know that I enjoy writing out whole books of the Bible by hand. Writing out the Bible goes hand-in-hand with reading and studying it. But did you know that Bible writing can lead to praise and worship? It is more than simply copying out words, much more! Let’s talk about that today, how you can enjoy the presence of God as you write out the Bible by hand.Read More
Have you ever wondered about the Apostle Paul? Wondered what he might have been like and if he was someone you would chum around with? We can learn much from reading about the life of Paul. He was most likely the kind of man that you would love to hate, especially if you were a believer of the Way. This post includes a sign up to receive a 14-day Reading Plan and gives you a quick overview of Paul’s life and teachings.Read More
One of my favourite things to do is to write out the Bible, book by book. I started with writing out themed Scripture challenges and then one day, I sensed the Lord whispering to me to write out whole books of the Bible. Wow! So, now, I am writing out whole books of the Bible and I invite others to join me as we accept the challenge to write them out together.Read More
I’m so glad we’re back finishing up our inductive study in the Book of Jude. This is a great book, full of excellent teaching about false teachers and how to identify them.
Hey! I’m so glad you are here with us today as we join hands and hearts around the virtual table! Let me ask you, does the idea of a one year Bible Reading Plan seem daunting to you? If you could find a reading plan that is longer yet shorter, would you go for it?
I know you want to read your Bible every day but with kids, housework, after school activities, babies, mealtimes, and everything else, it’s just overwhelming and you can’t seem to get it done. I have something you may be interested in. It is a simple Bible Reading Plan that will get you in the Word every day.Read More
We’re back again to continue our study in the Book of Jude. Today, we will be marking keywords in Jude as well as working through the other aspects of observing the text.
Jude wasn’t an apostle nor was he a pillar of the early church but he had to speak up. He had to warn the believers of what was happening in their midst.Read More
Deeper in God Bible StudiesIt’s time again for another challenge to handwrite a portion of the Bible. We don’t write out the entire Bible all at once, here at the Friendship Table, but we do take on challenges to handwrite the books of the Bible prior to starting a new study. So, that means we’ll be handwriting Paul’s second Prison Epistle, that is, the book of Ephesians. Will you join us in this exciting challenge?
Are you waiting with anticipation to start a new study? I would love to show you how we study the Bible in our study group. So if you’re considering exploring the Inductive Bible Study Method, then the Epistle of Jude is an excellent book, to begin with. It is only 25 verses, short and sweet but packed so powerfully with the truth about Standing in Battle Against False Teachers. We’ll work through this together so you won’t be struggling with how to hone your observation skills in the Book of Jude.Read More
I’m so glad you can join me today at the table. Can we talk about different ways to study the Bible? It doesn’t always have to be one way, you know. You can choose one method for one topic or book before trying a different method, or, settle in with one method until you’re comfortable enough to move on. There are 6 Bible Study methods that will enhance your Bible understanding and knowledge. All of these methods will help you grow in faith and understanding.
Do you desire to dig deep in the Word of God but not quite sure how? Have you heard of the Inductive Bible Study Method (IBSM)? I have been using this method for over ten years now and absolutely love it! This post will teach you the three elements of inductive study. You, too, can study deep using the Inductive Study Method! Before we read the details, do you have your coffee in hand? You won’t need your Bible at this point…Read More