Spiritual Growth for Christian Women

Are you ready for a Spiritual Growth Spurt? Increased fatigue, hunger and pain are hallmark signs of an impending growth spurt. If I must grow in order to…
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Here's Why You Need to Soak Your Soul in God's Word
When you take the time to soak your soul in God's Word, your spiritual roots will grow down deep into the living waters. When we take the time to slowly let God’s living water soak into our souls, we train our spiritual roots to grow down deep into the solid foundation of His truth and love. The practice of soaking in God’s Word strengthens our souls so that the harsh winds of life will not damage us so easily.
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Learning Contentment in All Circumstances
How can we be content no matter what circumstances we experience? Laura Dunn shares her journey of learning contentment through identifying the lies she believed and renewing her mind with the truth of God's Word. Discover how walking in Christ empowers us to overcome feelings of shame, inadequacy, or discontentment and experience joy that transcends our circumstances.
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Three Free Summer Bible Study Options for You! | Living by Design
Three Free Summer Bible Study Options for You! | Living by Design
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Let Go of Your Burdens in Five Steps
Do you carry heavy burdens that affect your relationships? The Bible tells us Jesus can handle our burdens. These 5 steps will help you let go of your burdens and lay them at Jesus’ feet.
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Five Ways to Be More Consistent with Your Bible Study Routine
Cultivating a consistent Bible study routine is a process that takes time. Sarah Frazer knows the challenge well and shares practical and encouraging tips to help us. Remember: No matter where we start with our Bible study routine, we are not behind. God is always ready and willing to meet with us.
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Effective Discipleship Through Double Dates With Jesus
Learn how two women experienced effective discipleship during double dates with Jesus and spiritual growth through Bible study. Joanna Eccles shows us how effective discipleship can be simple. It doesn't have to cost money. She also outlines basic steps for inductive Bible study that are easy to follow during authentic discipleship time.
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A Letter to All the Marthas
If you’re like Martha, you do a lot for the Lord, and you enjoy what you do. Using your God-given gifts for His Kingdom is fulfilling in the best sense. I can relate to Martha, too. We can get so busy doing good things for God that we forget the best thing: Spending time with Him!
Do you have a thorn in the flesh—a perpetual struggle, weakness, or wound without healing? You want to be freed from this source of constant pressure and pain, but it seems like God's answer is no. God gives us thorns in the flesh to allow suffering in our lives for our benefit. Here are eight good, Scripture-based reasons for our suffering and how God uses our pain to shape and transform us. Spiritual Disciplines, Spiritual Growth, Bible Study Tools, Christian Resources, Devotions
How God Uses Suffering to Shape His Servants
Do you have a thorn in the flesh—a perpetual struggle, weakness, or wound without healing? You want to be freed from this source of constant pressure and pain, but it seems like God's answer is no. God gives us thorns in the flesh to allow suffering in our lives for our benefit. Here are eight good, Scripture-based reasons for our suffering and how God uses our pain to shape and transform us.
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Why the Church is Important to God
With church attendance dropping, it's easy to question if the Church is important. What is the Church anyway? What is God's plan for the Church? And why does church matter? Find the answers to all these questions in this post that explores what the Bible says about the Church.
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Learning Contentment in All Circumstances
How can we be content no matter what circumstances we experience? Laura Dunn shares her journey of learning contentment through identifying the lies she believed and renewing her mind with the truth of God's Word. Discover how walking in Christ empowers us to overcome feelings of shame, inadequacy, or discontentment and experience joy that transcends our circumstances.
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Why the Church is Important to God
With church attendance dropping, it's easy to question if the Church is important. What is the Church anyway? What is God's plan for the Church? And why does church matter? Find the answers to all these questions in this post that explores what the Bible says about the Church.
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How God Uses Suffering to Shape His Servants
Do you have a thorn in the flesh—a perpetual struggle, weakness, or wound without healing? You want to be freed from this source of constant pressure and pain, but it seems like God's answer is no. God gives us thorns in the flesh to allow suffering in our lives for our benefit. Here are eight good, Scripture-based reasons for our suffering and how God uses our pain to shape and transform us.
a woman sitting at a table with a book in her hand and the title five ways to be more content with your bible study routine
Five Ways to Be More Consistent with Your Bible Study Routine
Cultivating a consistent Bible study routine is a process that takes time. Sarah Frazer knows the challenge well and shares practical and encouraging tips to help us. Remember: No matter where we start with our Bible study routine, we are not behind. God is always ready and willing to meet with us.
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6 Truths from God’s Word for Women Experiencing an Identity Crisis
Discover the 6 truths from God's word that will help you as a woman who is going through an identity crisis. Thankfully, the Bible contains many hints about identity, and every one provides reassurance and renewed hope. These six truths can help you ground your identity in Christ and stop believing the lies you have believed before.
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Walk in Faith | A Character Study of Moses
How can we walk in faith and overcome fear when God calls us to something beyond ourselves? Moses is a great example for us in this! We see how God prepared Moses long in advance of calling him to lead God's people out of Egypt. And when Moses feared what God called him to do, God provided everything Moses needed to accomplish the task at hand.