DIG – Digging in God’s Word

I am so excited to tell you about my latest Bible Study, DIG. DIG is an acronym for Digging Into God’s Word. DIG is a “how to” study the Bible study for women.

This may be one of our most important aspects of our Christian walk as Christian women. Not only will we be better, but our husbands, our children, our families, our churches, our work place, and our community will be better if you and I learn to DIG. My hope and desire is not that we learn to DIG for digging sake, but that we DIG for learning sake. Not just that we DIG for learning sake but that we learn to DIG for understanding sake. Finally not that we DIG for learning and understanding alone, but that we engage in a deeper more intimate walk with Jesus.

What is the problem I am addressing in DIG?

Through out my years in ministry, I have heard repeatedly from women who feel ill equipped to study God’s Word for themselves. This may be one of the most important aspects of our Christian walk as Christian women. Not only will we be better, but our husbands, our children, our families, our churches, our work place, and our community will be better if you and I learn to DIG for treasures in God’s Word. Christian Women need to know God’s word, and how to study God’s word.

The Bible is God’s Word

My position and belief in which I write this study is that the Bible is God’s word. I believe Christian women need to know God’s word and how to study God’s word. My calling is to disciple Christian women to study the Bible, teaching them God’s Word and how to study. I want you to discover for yourself the valuable treasures buried beneath the surface of the black, and sometimes red, letters on the pages.

Why is this so important?

There is spiritual power available to us through His word.
If we do not know His word and understand His word, we are weak and lacking in power and can be easily deceived into believing lies.

My intent with DIG is to:

  • Give Christian women Bible resources to study with, learn from, and continue to use in their personal study time, giving them the tools they need to DIG.
  • Help Christian women who will never attend seminary learn to study Scripture in a way that is practical and beneficial in the everyday lives. I want it doable for Christian women, not called to a vocational ministry, but who have full lives, busy with family and work.
  • Equip, teach, encourage, inspire women to study God’s word, to interpret soundly, to discover meaning and personal application.

Why?

Because I want them to study God’s word and to want to study God’s word because they realize they can study for themselves.

 

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