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How Can Women Thrive In The Local Church$4.99Add to cart
Experience the Fullness of God’s Grace in the Local Church
Many new believers have questions about what it means to live as a Christian in the context of a local church, and pastors are looking for resources to pass along to their congregations to help them think biblically about the Christian life. Church Questions is a series by 9Marks that seeks to provide Christians with sound and accessible biblical teaching by answering common questions about church life. Each booklet offers biblical answers and practical applications with the goal of nurturing healthy church practice and commitment.
Women are constantly bombarded with advice related to self-empowerment. But in the midst of all of this advice, what does it look like for women to truly thrive as Christians? In this short booklet, Keri Folmar presents 8 essential principles to help women fully engage in the context of the local church, such as prioritizing church membership and involvement, investing in meaningful discipling relationships, and not allowing conflict or bitterness to fester. Through this resource, women will come away with helpful ideas on how to experience the fullness of God’s grace as they seek out biblical community with other believers.
Galatians : Redeeming Grace And The Cross Of Christ – Sophron Series$14.99Add to cart
This study covers the entire book of Galatians in 16 lessons and is ideal for personal or group use. All our Bible studies are meant to be written in extensively, so they have lots of extra white space and are spiral-bound for ease of use.
The Sophron Studies are endorsed by Kevin DeYoung (Senior Pastor, Christ Covenant Church, Matthews, NC; Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte) and Karen Hodge (Coordinator of Women’s Ministries, Presbyterian Church in America). This new series is edited by Keri Folmar, author of the Delight in the Word Bible study series.
Welcome to a reformed, inductive, in-depth approach to the study of God’s word. Sophron (“so-frone”) is the Greek word for a sound mind, self-controlled, and temperate. It is curbing one’s desires and impulses. As believers, we need to be women who study and delight in God and his word, women who train to have a mind centered on God and renewed by truth (Romans 12:1-2).
Son Of God 2 (Workbook)$11.99Add to cart
This Bible study workbook is designed to assist you in examining
the second half of the Gospel of Mark in an inductive way. Inductive study means to read the passage in context and ask
questions of the text with the purpose of deriving the meaning and
significance from the text itself. We do this automatically every day
when we read the newspaper, blogs, or even recipes. When we study the Bible inductively we are after the author’s original intent; i.e., what the author meant when he wrote the passage to his original audience. In this workbook, you will unpack the meaning by answering a series of questions about the text, paying close attention to the words and context of the passage. After discovering the meaning of the text, there will be questions to help you apply it to your life.
Son Of God 1 (Workbook)$11.99Add to cart
This Bible study workbook is to assist you in studying the first
half of the Gospel of Mark in an inductive way. Inductive study is
reading the passage in context and asking questions of the text
with the purpose of deriving the meaning and significance from
the text itself. We do this automatically every day when we read
the newspaper, blogs, or even recipes. When we study the Bible
inductively we are after the author’s original intent; i.e., what the
author meant when he wrote the passage to his original audience. In this workbook, you will figure out the meaning by answering a series of questions about the text, paying close attention to the words and context of the passage. After figuring out the meaning of the text, there will be questions to help you apply it to your life
Grace : A Bible Study On Ephesians For Women$13.99Add to cart
This is one of the few truly inductive Bible studies for women by a woman. Its main focus is on helping the reader understand what the author was saying to the original readers, the starting point for all fruitful study of Scripture.
This 10-week study covers all of Ephesians, is ideal for personal or group use, and is one of three such studies from Keri Folmar. These studies are meant to be written in, so they have lots of extra white space and are spiral-bound for ease of use.
“With simple clarity, Keri Folmar guides us in learning to study the Bible…she encourages us to read God’s Word carefully, understand clearly, and apply prayerfully…she encourages her readers to listen well to God’s inspired Word.” – Kathleen Nielson is author of the Living Word Bible Studies; Director of Women’s Initiatives, The Gospel Coalition; and wife of Niel, who served as President of Covenant College from 2002 to 2012.
Faith : A Bible Study On James For Women$13.99Add to cart
In Joy!, Keri Folmar gave women a tool to study Philippians-and all the Bible-verse by verse. She has now applied the same solid Bible study principles to the book of James.
James was written to spur a suffering church on to authentic lives of faith. Faith: A Bible Study on James for Women guides you through an in-depth study of this magnificent letter. One of the few truly inductive Bible studies written for women, Faith will impress the truths of James upon your heart and equip you to study any book of the Bible.
With each week’s chapter divided into sections for five days of study, it can be used for personal devotions or to guide discussion among groups of any size. This resource will draw you into the Scriptures and encourage you to live more effectively for Jesus and his gospel.
Joy : A Bible Study In Philippians For Women$13.99Add to cart
Keri Folmar has written a worthy Bible study for women based on Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Keri has a heart for women to experience deep and fruitful Bible study. Carried by the desire to see her sisters in Christ grow in their knowledge of the Lord, Keri has written a book toward that end. The book starts with a brief but concise explanation on how to do inductive Bible study and notes for leaders. From there it dives into a 10 week study of Philippians. Each week is broken up into 5 days. Each day there is a reading and some questions to answer.