Crafting your own topical Bible study is doable with a few research tools and this guide. Take these steps to learn about a topic of your choice.
I’ve got a Bible reading plan for you — it’s based on what makes sense to me. I hope it’s useful for you.
Getting people to talk in Bible study or small group sessions is easier than you might think. If you’re genuinely eager to know more about people and you’re welcoming, members of a Bible study or small group are generally excited about talking and sharing their stories. But most people need the right openings to get started.
I’ll show you how to give prompts that get people talking freely. Keep reading to learn what and how to ask:
This post contains affiliate links. I hadn’t thought much about shame until I read I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t): Making the Journey from “What Will People Think?” to “I am Enough” by Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW. Brown’s book opened my eyes to shame and its prevalence in everyday conversations. Her work […]
Christian community can be experienced in real life as described in the book of Acts. Here are elements that I’ve considered and now pursue.
This post contains affiliate links. When my kids were growing up, one of my most pressing duties was to protect them. I was in charge of their physical safety as well as protection of their spiritual, emotional, and intellectual well-being. To be clear, though, I wasn’t a preserve-their-precious-self-esteem-at-all-costs mom. I took flak for allowing them […]