How could I forget?!
Yep! A few days ago, I wrote a blog inviting folks to our Simply Bible study of I & II Peter. But guess what? I completely forgot to mention the book!
To be fair, within the Simply Bible workbooks, I mention a not-so-secret truth: The workbook is not necessary for inductive Bible study. (It’s true.) What is necessary for inductive study is a Bible and a notebook. That said, the Simply Bible workbooks are designed to make it easy to dig into God’s Word.
Obviously, I’m not a book seller.
I’m a Bible teacher who enjoys inspiring others to know God through His Word. A few years ago, God put it on my heart to lead women directly to His Word. Hence, I authored a workbook to provide a tool for doing just that: knowing God directly through His Word. A Simply Bible study breaks up Scripture into easily accessible chunks and then guides the reader through the simple steps of inductive study.
I’m always excited by stories of how God uses these studies to transform hearts. This past week, Kara wrote to thank me:
Hello - I am loving your study series and have completed the ephesians, philippians, and colossians studies. I am in the middle of galatians. Thank you so much for such a wonderful study - it has been life changing.
I then thanked her for her encouraging words and mentioned that sometime I would love to know how the studies had been life changing.
Kara’s response blew me away:
I would love to tell you!
I have really struggled with how to study the Bible so when a bible study group was starting (Colossians) at my church with your book that taught you how to study, I was all in! I love how thi