Anxiety, depression, worry, and doubt — these are what many of us deal with when trials come our way. In the midst of life’s circumstances we have a tendency to forget who God is and who we are in Him. To encourage us to ask God for wisdom in those times, the letter of James […]Read More James Offers Theology – The Letter of James
It is both good and right that women would take opportunities to study the Bible in community.Read More James has Taken up Residence
Union With Christ Theologically speaking, nothing is more basic or central to knowing and enjoying God than union with Christ. It’s what the Bible and the heart of the Christian faith is all about. Union with Christ means that by faith alone, Christ is now our representative, whereas Adam was our previous representative. Understanding your […]Read More Biblical Growth and Change, Part Four
Indicatives Vs. Imperatives In Part One, we began our look at vital elements of biblical growth and change: Biblical change begins by understanding and applying the gospel. The Bible sets forth a balanced perspective on how change takes place – God is the author of change. Gospel indicatives and imperatives nurture and direct the process […]Read More Biblical Growth and Change, Part Three
All of us face troubles at some time that are out of our control. It’s what you do while you wait on God that shows where you stand in your faith. How many times do we present our requests to God only to take them back and try to work them out ourselves (when it […]Read More Is God Doing Nothing in Our Waiting?
Having concluded the series, Doctrine and Disciplines of the Bible, I’m wrapping up with a refresher. We must be reminded of my original objective in developing these lessons: In my observation and humble opinion, there is an unmet call for evangelical women to devote themselves to actual reading and study of God’s Word itself. We are so full […]Read More Wrapping Up