I’ve been pondering, lately, whether one can place too much emphasis on Bible study. My first thoughts were “no way”! But as I considered this for a while, I realized the answer could be a resounding yes as well...
Tag: devotional time
How to Dig In: Stefanie McGowan
I have a confession: It wasn’t until just a few years ago that I actually started reading my bible everyday. Life looked a lot different then...
How to Dig In: Randi Peck
The most recent season I have been walking through in my life could be condensed quite simply into a couple of words: little ones. Lap-occupying, ballerina-twirling, tantrum-throwing children… Sweet stretchers of my...
How to Dig In: Karen Adams
This month, women will discuss, practically, what it looks like to seek God through his Word, daily. Karen shows us how to treasure God, "be it in our prayer closet or on public transit".
When Digging in Changed Everything: Kathy’s Story
At a very young age, I had formed in my mind what it looked like to be a “good Christian girl.” I read my bible, dressed modestly, went to church regularly, and knew all the things I was supposed to do. At least I thought I did. ..
When Digging in Changed Everything: Stefanie’s Story
I wondered if God was real, and felt guilty for even thinking that. I had one leg in the world, and one part claiming to be a follower of Christ. I chose personal comfort over a connection with the Lord...
When Digging in Changed Everything: Randi’s Story
But of course, Bible College would be the time and place when God’s Word became living and powerful in my daily life..Only, it wasn’t in the classroom that my eyes were opened to the awe of his Word.
Women in the Word
Friends, if your heart is to know God: If you long to know The Word... To hear God speak... To know His heart... You can find Him. He's not far off.
Flying by Faith
By Randi Peck. What do I do when what I know, deep down, to be true, doesn't feel true?
I am terrible at directions. No, truly- I think the compass in my brain is literally missing! I have lived in Medford twenty-one of my twenty-five years and I still get lost trying to find Win-Co… even though it’s two miles from my house...