Category Archives: Bible Study

Not too late to begin a study!

17 week Extended Exodus study

Our women’s Wednesday Online group has just begun an Exodus Inductive Bible Study. The workbook has 11 lessons, but we are taking 17 weeks to really understand all that is in the book of Exodus.

  • January 6 – April 28th
  • Wednesdays –
  • 12:00 – 2:30 pm,
  • 4:00 – 6:30 pm,
  • 7:00-9:30 pm PST

My passion is to teach women how to study the Bible for themselves by leading them through Inductive Bible Studies. You need to be able to discern what is truth for yourself so you won’t be deceived.

We study inductively. Meaning our primary source for studying IS the Bible! Even if you have never studied the Bible before, you can do this!

We started with an introduction lesson last week, but we still have openings for our class.

We are discussing Lesson 1 this Wednesday January 13th. If you are interested, email me at onlinebiblestudy@outlook.com, and I’ll get you all the information you need to start.

Context Matters: Apart From Me You Can Do Nothing

APRIL 13, 2020 BY 


As we often say when studying the Bible, Context is King. Understanding a Scripture in the context of the supporting verses is vital to true and correct interpretation. Here is an example…..

Perhaps you’ve heard that no one can do anything apart from Jesus. You may have been told this saying refers to our complete reliance upon God. Or, you may have read this phrase during leadership or evangelism training, urging your frequent communication with Jesus.

Context matters. When we learn to read the Bible in context—not just as a collection of memorable phrases—we’ll find that some familiar verses take on richer and deeper meanings.

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Context Matters: Taste and See That the Lord is Good

Another great “Context Matters” article by Ryan Higginbottom

Perhaps you’ve heard that Christians need to taste and see that the Lord is good, that God’s blessings extend to all of our senses. Maybe you’ve been given this encouragement in the context of celebrating the Lord’s Supper or as a reminder that God cares for your body. You may even have been told that “taste and see” means that God wants you to have all of the material blessings you can name.

Click below to read more.

https://www.knowableword.com/2020/03/16/context-matters-taste-and-see-that-the-lord-is-good/