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Context: The Tour Guide to God’s Word
Context: The Tour Guide to God’s Word

Context: The Tour Guide to God’s Word

Kicking off this series on Fighting Biblical Illiteracy Through Study and Discipleship, Sarah Jenkins wrote about the fluff that permeates so much published material targeting Christian women. She urges women to abandon books, blogs, and podcasts light on Scripture...

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Women's HopeFeatured
Teaching What is Good Part 3 – Loving Your Husband
Teaching What is Good Part 3 – Loving Your Husband

Teaching What is Good Part 3 – Loving Your Husband

In this episode, Shelbi and Kimberly explore the first thing Titus 2:4 tells older women to teach younger women: how to love their husbands. Why is this responsibility so difficult? And why do younger women need help from older women? They answer these questions...

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FeaturedTitus
Am I Holding Fast to the Faithful Word as I Was Taught Like Titus Did?
Am I Holding Fast to the Faithful Word as I Was Taught Like Titus Did?

Am I Holding Fast to the Faithful Word as I Was Taught Like Titus Did?

If Paul’s letter to Titus, his close companion and friend, were an essay written for a professor instead of a letter to a friend, the two sentences that make up verses 5-9 of chapter 1 would act as the thesis statement. Let’s take a look: 5 For this reason I left...

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Biblical Illiteracy: A Plague Upon the ChurchFeatured
Something Wicked This Way Comes: The Dangers of a Life Lived Apart from the Bible’s Influence
Something Wicked This Way Comes: The Dangers of a Life Lived Apart from the Bible’s Influence

Something Wicked This Way Comes: The Dangers of a Life Lived Apart from the Bible’s Influence

A life characterized by an immersion in the Bible, and a thoughtful understanding of its more than 31,000 verses, offers weighty benefits. In the 23rd chapter of the Old Testament book that bears his name, Job declared that he treasured the words of God’s mouth...

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FeaturedPersonal and Corporate Bible Reading
Psalm 119:18 – Open My Eyes: A Prayer for Bible Reading
Psalm 119:18 – Open My Eyes: A Prayer for Bible Reading

Psalm 119:18 – Open My Eyes: A Prayer for Bible Reading

It is easy for us to approach the Bible with a distracted mind in an age of endless distractions. We read God’s Word, but our soul is not engaged. We see the words on the page with our eyes, but nothing is driven into our dull heart. Nothing thrills our soul...