Bible Study Resources

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I’m often asked for recommendations for women desiring to grow in their relationship with Christ. And while this is by no means an exhaustive list, I definitely believe it’s a good starting place.

  •  A small group of women or a mentor who are committed to living out the Great Commission (Matthew 28)  by being doers of the Word, living out the Bible in community and in daily life.

I really can’t overemphasize this point. The gospel was made to be lived out with one another.

As writer Stormie Omartian once stated, ” Much of what God wants to work in us will come about as we grown in our relationships with the people God puts in our lives.”

If you want to get a full picture of God’s story of redemption from Genesis to Revelation, then consider using this resource.  A one year reading plan is provided, plus there‚Äôs an accompanying podcast that summarizes the reading for each day.

Journeywomen podcast comes alongside women to move them to know and love God and his Word, to find hope in the gospel, and to invest deeply in their local churches as they go out on mission for the glory of God. I have been encouraged, challenged and convicted by listening to this podcast.

Conversations feature brothers and sisters in Christ such as Susan Hunt, Trillia Newbell, David Platt, Michael Kruger and more!

Blue Letter Bible (app or desktop version)

This is my go-to resource when I need a concordance or commentary while studying the Bible.

Bible Study Notebook Pages

Lastly, I created Bible Study Notebook pages as a way to take notes for my own study of God’s word this year, and I’d love to share it with you!

Simply click on the graphic below, sign up to join my email list and I’ll send the pages to you via email!