Let’s Talk About Bible Study!

I started this post out by typing, “Good Monday morning, ladies!”, but then I realized it was Martin Luther King day, so instead I’ll say, “Happy Martin Luther King day, friends!”

I imagine many of you are at home enjoying some snuggles with your little ones who are out of school, or maybe you’re a teacher who is loving spending a Monday at home as opposed to at school, or maybe, just maybe, you’re like those of us at Living Proof and you made the typical drive to work this morning. Either way, I hope your morning has started out peacefully and wonderfully! A few weeks ago our fearless leader reminded us that working is not a curse! Working is a good thing. So if you’re fighting thoughts of envy today, remember it’s a blessing to be working. Work with some excellence today, despite the way you feel!

Anyway, I completely sidetracked. Typical.

We are in full Tuesday night Bible study mode around here! I promise we’ll try not to wear you out talking about it, but I think it’s safe to say it’s high priority around here, and we joyfully get to serve. But, it got me thinking about you! I know for a fact many of you also started your Spring Bible study here recently and I’d love to hear what you’re digging into this semester. Plus, posts like these always benefit the reader that is looking for a study to do but just needs an idea or two.

So, let’s make our comments easy peasy. I’ll start:

Name: Lindsee

City: Houston, TX

Bible Study: I am participating in the Tuesday night Bible study, Children of the Day, but I am also taking a group of high school girls through Believing God written by our Siesta Mama, Beth Moore.Β 

What are you most looking forward to? I am looking forward to watching these young girls learn the five statement pledge of faith and also being reminded of them myself. Praying we would all believe God for immeasurably more this year!

Your turn! No pressure to answer each of the questions, but it adds a little spice, doesn’t it? However, for sure add the Bible study and who it’s by so that if someone is interested in that particular study, they won’t have any problem finding it!

Oh, and I couldn’t log off without sharing a glorious picture with you all from Tuesday evening. I can take zero credit for this picture because someone actually texted it to me after Bible study that night, but I thought it was too fun not to share. Thank you for praying for our first evening! Praise God alone for a room full of ladies studying 1st and 2nd Thessalonians. You would not waste a prayer on our Beth as she concentrates on all things involving this study!

We love y’all so very much.


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  1. 51
    Tack says:

    Lisa~ Bethany, OK

    A study on the book of Numbers by one of our pastors Chris Flickinger.

    I am looking forward to learning all of the little things that I miss when I just read the bible. Flick teaches to pick up on those little ordinary words that mean so much in a scripture. He has titled this series “Growing Pains” and I have already learned so much in just two weeks.

    PS. This teacher didn’t have students today instead at our school we got to sit in the always “fun” inservice meetings all day.

  2. 52
    Marie Pruitt says:

    Lebanon TN

    Tomorrow morning I am student in a Precept class II Thess.
    Tomorrow night and Wed. morning I will facilitate “Lies Women Believe” in my church.

  3. 53
    Helen says:

    Crystal City, Manitoba, Canada
    Malachi: A Love That Never Lets Go by Lisa Harper
    I am looking forward to engage in the lives of other women as we together learn more about this love!! Many are going through difficult circumstances and what an honor to do this journey together!!

  4. 54
    Kathy B says:


    Hendersonville, TN

    Starting “Believing God” (I know, right?) in Feb @ my homestead πŸ™‚

    Looking forward to reviewing and sharing w/ newbies the amazing truths from Eph 1 :
    I am blessed
    I am chosen
    I am adopted
    I am accepted
    I am redeemed
    I am forgiven
    These have been written on my heart since I first studied this five or so years ago!

  5. 55
    Tamara says:

    Kelowna, BC, Canada

    Helping to lead a group of ladies through “Beloved Disciple” (Beth Moore)

    I’m most looking forward to digging deeper into God’s Word with a group of ladies who want to do that same. I’m always encouraged by doing this together and hearing the different things God has to say to each of us as we work through the study.

  6. 56
    Lissa Bennett says:


    Duncan, SC

    I am working through Beth Moore’s Breaking Free with someone who has so generously agreed to counsel me as well. Along with that I am memorizing Romans 1, 8 and 12 through The Romans Project on annvoskamp.com.

    I am looking forward to seeing God do some amazing things with these studies. Doing Breaking Free with just one other person allows me to dig so much deeper and I love that possibility. As for the memorizing, the challenge to memorize the Book of James from Beth Moore’s Mercy Triumphs changed my life. It gave me a love for scripture I never thought possible.

    Praying for each of you ladies out there as you work through your own studies in the pursuit of knowing Him more deeply.

    Thank you Lord for the opportunity to grow in our understanding of Your word.

  7. 57
    carla lee says:

    Carla Lee

    A Woman’s Heart God’s Dwelling Place (Ladies at church)

    Also doing one independently on “The Law of Love”

  8. 58
    Cathy says:

    Birmingham, AL

    I will be facilitating Ann Voskamp’s “1000 Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully” on Monday, Jan 25 with our women’s Bible study small group…our last two studies have been both Beth’s: “So Long Insecurity” and “James”. Love this group of ladies!

    I am most looking forward to delving into this thought provoking book with others, using the just released study guide. This is my 3rd time reading Ann’s book since May; each time God speaks to me as I am learning how to practice Eucharisteo….finding God in the hard places and giving thanks to Him and finding Joy. We covet your prayers.

  9. 59
    J. Presnell says:

    I have loved, loved, loved Beth Moore studies! My favs have been Esther and The Book of James. I have a request for Beth. Please do a study on the book of Joshua! I am reading consecutively through the Bible and found this book rich. It tells of the Hebrews once entering the Promised Land. (Isn’t that where we Christians are headed!) Beth can do a fantastic study on this book and I would love to have her insight! Hint. Hint. πŸ™‚

  10. 60

    Kristina, Huntsville, AL

    Tonight I am starting So Long Insecurities with a group of great girls (mostly in our 20s.)! So excited to hear what the Lord reveals to us!

  11. 61
    Anne says:

    I’m teaching a seven week topical study on grace for my Wed. night ladies’ class beginning the first week in February. We haven’t started it yet, but I’m praying for some fresh insight for all of us as we talk about grace as the power of God working in us.

  12. 62
    Cyndy says:

    Huntingdon, PA

    I’m co-facilatating David: A Heart Like HIs by mama Beth.

    I’m looking forward to learning about His heart and seeing it develop in me!

  13. 63
    elaine says:

    Elaine, in New Orleans
    BSF leader – studying Genesis from September until May with a great group of 16 phenomenal women on Tuesday evenings.

  14. 64
    LaRue says:

    LaRue from San Antonio TX.

    My ladies group (we call ourselves the Dollhouse Sistas) are just finishing Beth’s study on Deuteronomy. In a couple weeks we’ll start her study on Proverbs. We have been together long enough to have done all of the Lifeway studies. Now we look forward to the Tuesday Bible studies when they are on DVD. Thanks!

  15. 65
    Johnnie says:

    Johnnie, Wake Forest, NC

    Bible Study: Beth’s James: Mercy Triumphs study on Saturday mornings. We began last Saturday, the 19th with the largest group ever–12! One of our ladies even skypes from NJ. πŸ™‚

    Looking forward to seeing “light bulb moments” all over the place as we grow in grace and holiness.

  16. 66
    Alisha says:

    City: Little Rock, Ar

    Bible Study: I.M.A.G.E (Individually Maturing And Growing Everyday) In Everything …Pastor Pointer

    We’ve started out with Stewardship (tithing). It has opened my eyes to a lot of things we should be mindful of with our possessions. A few of the following says a lot:
    1.I own nothing
    2.God owns everything including me
    3. How I handle my possessions or money is a sign of my spiritual maturity.

  17. 67
    Lynn says:

    Reading Jennie Allen’s book “Anything” as a small group with discussion. Beginning in Feb.

  18. 68
    Sandy Bowers says:

    Bryan, Ohio

    In week two’s homework of Beth’s Believing God! One of our ladies braided us all blue bracelets. So fun. Can I just say Lindsee that I think our Beth has slowed down a bit for her more recent Bible Studies. I think this is the oldest one of hers that I have done and she moves along at the speed of light! And her hair is much bigger! Seriously, though, I love the 5 statement pledge of faith. And after taking the Test of Faith in week two’s homework, I am looking forward to being able to re-take that test at the end of the study and hope to feel a much stronger faith. I’m Believing God sweet siesta! Love to Siestaville!

  19. 69
    Marsha R. says:

    Lexington Park, MD
    Bible Study: Malachi by Lisa Harper
    I’m most looking forward to learning about this little book that I’ve not studied before. I enjoy the Old Testament books and the challenge of how they relate to me and how I can apply them in my life.

  20. 70
    Stephanie says:

    Stephanie, La Habra, CA About 10 to 12 of us girls are starting the study of Daniel by Beth. I am looking forward to and praying for each of the ladies to experience the absolute joy of meeting with God daily and that a fire will be lit for the study of God’s Word:)

  21. 71
    Laura Deibel says:

    Plainfield, IN

    Seeking a Heart Like His by our Siesta Mama starts February 4th. I took the original a few years ago and I am anxious to start on the updated study.

    I didn’t make a New Year’s resolution this year, but I dedicated myself to following a Bible verse. Proverbs 3:5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. I know He has big plans for me this year and this Bible study is a starting point. I’ve already received THAT message, loud and clear!

  22. 72
    Nicole says:

    Nicole, Sturgis, MS;
    Our ladies Sunday School class started Beth’s “Jesus, The One And Only” study the Sunday before Christmas. We are taking our time going through it and are all receiving such a blessing from God’s work through the study. Also, I’m reading the Chronological Daily Bible in a Year plan from youversion.com. Our entire church is reading this daily. We serve a mighty God and there is power in His Word!

  23. 73
    laura says:

    Laura Gruner
    San Antonio, TX

    I am leading a wonderful group of military wives through Law of Love!

    I am most looking forward to witnessing God call us out of the wilderness to take us into our Promised Land. I am looking forward to the application of His Law and Love in my life, and I really do look forward to Melissa’s articles, especially after studying James πŸ™‚

  24. 74
    Susie Hoffmann says:

    Susie, Columbus, Ohio We are starting Beth,s study on Deuteronomy. I look forward to see what God is going to do in our group.

  25. 75
    Sarah Gibbs says:

    Sarah Bowling Green, KY

    Going through Paul Tripp’s “What DId You Expect?” in a small group of ladies, a mix of single and married.

    I am most looking forward to getting to know some new ladies and learning from those that are married and preparing for marriage (though very much in a state of singleness right now). Also thankful for how this book is already applying to other relationships in my life that need mending.

  26. 76
    Megan Brown says:

    Katy, TX

    Bible Studies I am involved in: on Monday nights i go to Spirit Hunger By Gari Meachum at my church and on Tuesday Nights i am going to Children of the Day By Beth Moore!!

    And what i hope to get out of these studies is and closer and better understanding of God and his plan for my life.

  27. 77
    Sharon Lewis says:

    Sharon Lewis

    Thomaston, GA

    Bible study: In the middle of “Experiencing God” by Henry Blackaby, getting ready to start “Jonah: Navigating A Life Interrupted” by Priscilla Shirer. In April we will begin “Breaking Free” by Beth Moore.

  28. 78
    Magan Lakeway says:


    Lakeway, Texas

    Monday afternoon Beth Moore Law of Love
    Thursday Night Philip Yancey’s series on Prayer

    Looking forward to studying with sisters from different churches in our area on Monday afternoon. Thursday Night group is only a year old. I am so excited to see where God leads us as we explore prayer – and as we talk with Him as a group. We have a variety of backgrounds.

  29. 79
    Jennifer Baker says:

    Jennifer-Lewisville, TX

    Just started leading a study tonight : Believing God by Beth Moore πŸ˜‰

    Also walking through Beth’s study on the book of Revelation with a group of high school sophomore girls. I did the study about a year ago myself.

    Looking forward to my theology becoming my reality!

  30. 80
    Kay Sims says:

    Lake Lure, NC

    I’m currently doing a Tuesday night study with Kendra Graham at the Billy Graham Training Center (The Cove) in Asheville, NC. She’s titled her study “Oh, The Places He Leads” and we have studied from Psalm 23, John 10 and this past week, we were in Joshua 8.

    I’ve already seen God’s hand in giving me direction over some big decisions I’m having to make so I’m excited to see what will be coming. I just feel as though He’s preparing me for something in the future – whether I think it’s good or bad. I know I’m being prepared so that I may help prepare the way for others.

  31. 81
    Linda Mabry says:

    What is the 5 statement pledge of faith? I have been to a number of Beth Moore live bible studies, but have never heard that term before, except today from Lindsee. I have also read books by Beth Moore, but am not familiar with that term. My favorite one is on David. I will be at the live bible study tomorrow night on I & II Thessalonians at 1st Baptist. I enjoy her bible studies so much – wish she would have two a year instead of only one, like she used to.

  32. 82
    Debbie Zeman says:

    Bible Study
    With a group of wonderful ladies that I just met for the first time this fall, moms of our kids christian school Kings Way Vancouver Wa. We are studying Living Beyond Yourself by Beth Moore. We are in week 8, this study has really helped me walk closer with God. I’ve learned a lot of stuff about myself as well, not all of it good haha. It’s so amazing and life changing how God is using this study in our group!

    What I am most looking forward to:
    Just to see what God is doing in all of us, there is a lady facilitating it who lost her son to leukemia a few years ago. She is amazing and I wish she could meet or speak with Beth at some point but would never know how to go about all that. She loves this study and she did it before while she was going through his end days. I just look forward to every Thursday so much and during the week with the SO MUCH homework πŸ™‚ that allows me to spend so much time in HIS word! He is showing me so much that I am overwhelmed at times. I am loving every minute of it!

    • 82.1
      Lindsee says:

      Debbie, Living Beyond Yourself is still one of my very favorite studies, and also the first one I ever finished completely. Be blessed!

  33. 83
    Karen says:

    Karen – Fredericksburg va

    I am currently studding David: Seeking a Heart Like His AND Deuteronomy: the Law of Love AND. A study on Habbakuk…… Whew

    I most look forward to seeing how God pulls all these separate studies together – because He so often does – usually the lessons I study each week or day will correlate with each other, or with the sermon or Sunday school class, or something I hear on the radio….. My God is just awesome like that πŸ™‚

  34. 84
    Lisa Flowery Branch, GA says:

    On Wednesday night I am doing a Beth Moore study Yay!!!
    “Believing God” at my church, Blackshear Place Baptist in Oakwood, GA.
    This is week three.

  35. 85
    Barb says:

    Barb, Prescott Valley, AZ
    Bible Study: Believing God by Beth Moore – online.
    Looking forward to: Deepening my relationship with God.

  36. 86
    mariel says:

    Wake Forest,NC
    about to start teaching my study on the Proverbs 31 woman, “A Housewife Desperate for God”

    so praying to see women draw nearer to the Lord as they seek Him through this very practical study on becoming more like Jesus in our homes and lives as women.

    more info on the book: http://marieldavenport.com/books/a-housewife-desperate-for-god/

  37. 87
    Cheryl Clevenger says:

    Kokomo, Indiana

    I am in a group of women, 4 to be exact…..we have started the study of Revelation by Beth Moore. We are all very excited about this study. Watched the first DVD tonight. We all loved it!

  38. 88
    Genevieve Garrison says:

    I am leading Covenant by Kay Arthur. I am doing BSF Genesis, and I will be in the class Step-by-Step Through the Old Testament by Waylon Baily and Tom Hudson, starting tomorrow and continuing for the next 11 weeks.

    I love God’s Word beyond measure. HE is so awesome!

  39. 89
    Leslie Benson says:

    Kansas City, MO

    I will be attending Northland Cathedral’s Evening Edition on Tuesday evenings to study Kelly Minter’s video series on Nehimiah.

  40. 90
    Cathy Mathis says:

    We began Beth Moore’s Esther study last night at North Irving Baptist Church in Irving, TX. We watched the intro video together and will now break out into three different classes each week for nine weeks. Our kickoff was dubbed “GG&C – God, Girlfriends & Chocolate – what more do we need?” I’m looking forward to a rich revealing of God’s truth in my life. He’s moving and we are expectant!

  41. 91
    Kim says:

    Kim From Springfield Illinois

    I am beginning a Bible study on Wednesday at my church by Jennifer Rothschild, “Missing Pieces”. I am also leading a study with my friend in my home this week. We are beginning Nicole Unice’s study, “She’s Got Issues”.

    I am excited to see what the Lord will do in the lives of the women that are coming to my home…there are about 16 of us and 14 of them have never done a home study with me… normally about half of the women in my home have already done a study with me at some time. I don’t know these women real well, so I can’t wait to see what God will do in their lives, and mine too…

  42. 92
    Sarah Farish says:

    Name: Sarah Elizabeth

    City: Champaign, IL

    Bible Study: I am participating in a Bible study through Campus Crusade on I Peter for upperclassmen girls, and I am leading a study on Ephesians for freshmen girls in my dorm at the University of Illinois.

    What are you most looking forward to? I am really excited about learning inductive Bible study, which is the main goal of Bible study this semester. I think that these tools will help me read the Bible my whole life and really study it well. I am also excited about teaching Ephesians to my girls. I am so privileged to watch them grow this year and partner with them in ministry!

  43. 93
    Barb Rowe says:

    Name: Barb Rowe

    Study: Nehemiah by Kelly Minter

    Looking forward to being encouraged to rebuild walls that have been torn down and reminded we are never to old to rebuild whatever it may be in our lives if we are looking to the Lord for our instruction, guidance and power.

  44. 94
    Lisa Wiliams says:

    Lisa from Seward, Alaska; starting Beth’s ‘Daniel’ study on 1/31/13; I am looking forward to God doing something good in our lives & also seeing who God might call into this study with us!

  45. 95
    Wilma in WV says:

    My Tuesday evening small group is wrapping up our study of “The Power of a Praying Woman” by Stormie Omartian. Our next study will be “not a fan.” by Kyle Idleman.

  46. 96
    Stephanie Jo says:

    Hey we’re doing Believing God too! So so been receiving some life from it! I’ll be praying for your group as well.
    I’m believing God!

  47. 97
    Stephanie says:

    My name is Stephanie
    I am doing the “sprint thru the Bible in one month”, and I’m also leading a group of college and carreer women in the Believing God book study by Beth Moore.
    It’s challenging but so stretching and rewarding at the same time. πŸ™‚

  48. 98
    Darrellen Graves says:

    Tomorrow we start Beth’s Lecture/Bible Study, “The Law of Love”…about 100 ladies from The Church On the Way, in Van Nuys, CA. We anticipate the Lord to meet each one of us in special and specific ways. These ladies (and a couple of support team men) are hungry for more of the Lord and His Word!

  49. 99
    Robin Morgenthaler says:

    Robin Morgenthaler

    Rochester, Minnesota

    Side By Side-Rochester
    Side By Side is an outreach ministry for women who are married to physicians and dentists. We connect because we live the same life and we look to Christ for our answers in our marriages.

    I am studying Corinne Baur’s book Running By the Book
    with 10 women in Rochester and 8 women across the country online. How fun!

    Looking forward to becoming physically fit and spiritually fit and giving God the glory for it all. The physical part will be a faith building experience because I am becoming a runner at age 56!

  50. 100
    Stephanie says:

    Stephanie from Lynchburg, VA

    The ladies at my church just finished week three of “Stuck” by Jennie Allen. It’s incredible so far to take a close look at the areas of our lives where we feel stuck also happen to be the same ones we have difficulty in sacrificing to God. I’m excited for the challenge of peeling these layers and addressing the place I hold too tightly. It’s going to be liberating! When this study is over, we’re considering studying Beth’s James series. πŸ™‚

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