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. 101
    Michelle Mitchell says:

    Michelle – Livermore, CA

    On Wednesdays, I am studying Genesis in BSF
    On Thursdays, I am in the Faithful, Abundant, True Bible Study

    I am looking forward to growing in understanding and wisdom of God’s Word, and growing in my faith!

  2. 102
    Dawn Bouchard says:

    Dawn ~ Beavercreek, Ohio

    Bible Study: Co-leading ‘The Patriarchs’ by Siesta Mama Beth πŸ™‚

    Looking forward to homework! I don’t know exactly what God has for me, but I know when being in the Word consistently is the only way to find out. The last time I did this study I was in a very different place, so it will be interesting to see it from a different perspective. I also love the delightful women who are journeying together each Tuesday evening … the sharing, fellowship, laughter will be sweet πŸ™‚

  3. 103
    Kim says:

    Kim from Cincinnati

    I am participating in a ladie’s Bible study at my church. We are in the third week of Beth’s James study. I have done many studies through the years (Beth’s and others), but this is speaking to my heart in ways I’ve rarely experienced. It has been a very hard year for my family and James is speaking directly to me through this study.

    I look forward to memorizing as much of the book of James as I can. God is using His Word to heal my heart and transform my mind through a very difficult time.

  4. 104
    Kathy Sanford says:

    Lake Jackson, TX

    Wednesday Night Bible Study–group of current and retired teachers meeting right after school for about 5 or 6 years now. We are doing Kelly Minter’s NEHEMIAH because none of us really knew anything about Nehemiah.

    Thursday evening study with a friend at her church. We are doing Beth Moore’s JESUS THE ONE AND ONLY for the wonderful fellowship, lively discussions, and the acquisition of knowledge about our Savior.

    Tuesday nights with Beth doing 1 & 2 Thessalonians CHILDREN OF THE DAY. I just can’t miss out on a chance to listen to Beth in person and to get into a book I don’t know much about.

    And, of course, the SIESTA SCRIPTURE MEMORY TEAM because it’s fun.

  5. 105
    Nina says:


    Moore, OK

    We start next week! Our church, First Baptist Moore, is offering “The Forgotten God” by Francis Chan. Our leadership team has read the book, and now we are offering the study – very excited to see what the Holy Spirit will do πŸ˜‰

  6. 106
    Linda V says:

    Linda V ~ Las Vegas
    New Harvest Church

    We are a new church plant ~ still meeting in our home πŸ™‚

    Right now we have started a women’s accountability group that meets Tuesday mornings in different homes. We have around 12 women right now. Each one of us have the Jesus Calling daily devotional and a bible reading plan for the week. We come together and pray, I ask each sister to share how their bible reading is going, and what God has shown them in their quiet time. After we go around the room we then ask how our “take two” bible reading plan is going (We choose 2 chapters from 3 different books in the bible to read each week) and share what we learned from that. If we are short on time we share a verse or two that really stood out. We share any “God things” that happened throughout the week and then we pray for each other.

    Blessings to you all in your studies!! May God use each one of these groups for His glory!

  7. 107
    Cathy says:

    Cathy- Walton, IN
    Nehemiah by Kelly Minter

    After participating in Siestaville’s study of Nehemiah last summer I am looking forward to co-leading our ” small group” of ladies at church thru it. It will be exciting to watch these women grow in their confidence!

  8. 108
    Thelma says:

    Our ladies group just finished up James, & we all loved it. What I most would look forward to, besides my family, I would give anything to be in that Tuesday night bible study. You ladies are so blessed to be there. Which if I can’t have the best thing, I am anticipating when the study comes out. Beth Moore can not produce them out fast enough in my book. Praying for the Beth Moore team & daily lives, thank you & bless you all for sharing your gifts with us.

  9. 109
    Vanessa says:

    “Why Do You Believe That?” by Mary Jo Sharp
    I am looking forward to learning how to defend my faith as this has always been a sticking point for me in sharing my faith. I am using the bible verse from 1 Peter 3:15 HCSB for my scripture memory verse.

  10. 110
    Melanie says:

    Melanie, Johnson City, TN

    Leading a group of ladies through Knowing God by Name by Mary Kassian.
    Study of 35 Hebrew names of God.

    Also leading high school girls through So Long Insecurity. Hoping they achieve freedom at a much earlier age than I did from something that had me chained.

  11. 111
    Valerie says:

    Sparks, Nevada

    Wednesday mornings, Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted by Priscilla Shirer

  12. 112
    Melody says:

    Melody, Chelsea, AL
    The Inheritance by Beth Moore &
    The Good and Beautiful God by James Bryan Smith

    Looking forward to growing in a deeper relationship with God…whatever He has for me!

  13. 113
    paige says:

    Please pray for me. This Wed. I start an intensive leadership training for Surrender the Secret. Surrender the Secret is a study that in the name of Jesus, frees women from the shame of abortion. My heart’s desire is to dispel the lies of the enemy that surely abortion is too great to be forgiven, and help reveal (as best as we can understand) how long, how wide, how deep and how high His love truly is for us. It’s mindblowing. This the world needs to know.

  14. 114
    Dana K Ray says:

    Dana – Ozark, MO

    I just started A Heart Like His by the one and only, greatest teacher in the world, Beth Moore. It’s the second time I’ve done it. I’m excited to see my growth as I look over the answers to the questions from years ago. The first videos were on VHS. I still have them. Loved the hair! Everything is bigger in Texas!! πŸ™‚ Love you, Beth!!

  15. 115
    Heather Wilkinson says:

    From: Springfield, VA
    studying: Malachi -a love that never let’s go by Lisa Harper

    I have never done. Lisa Harper study so I am looking forward to a new perspective and hope that I have ears to hear and eyes to see that I may grow ever closer to my Lord!

  16. 116
    Natalie says:

    My daughter and I are both super excited about growing and learning on Tuesday night at Beth’s Children of the Day! All through college she and some friends worked through Beth Moore studies and she has eagerly anticipated being back in Houston to attend in person! Today, she went back thru all those studies, labeling them semester by semester, finding the lessons that were missed during busy times and making a schedule to go back and finish them!
    Sorry, got sidetracked! I’m also doing a study with my community group from Bayou City Fellowship entitled “Feast: Finding Your Place at the Table of Tradition”. A Bible study, by Derek Lehman, that “focuses on the major feasts of the Jewish calendar and the celebratory design of God’s plan. Integrating Jewish and Christian perspectives, this study addresses the present-day church culture that is driven by work and less on celebration.” We are going to weave some of the traditional items and foods into our dinners at community group to make the lessons more visual and relatable. I love history and I think it will be really interesting and stimulating to do something a little different!

  17. 117
    Melinda Ols says:

    I am studying The FEAR Of The LORD by John Bevere and am looking forward to discovering the key to intimately knowing God.

  18. 118
    Monica says:

    Monica – in Abbotsford, BC Canada
    Doing ‘Breaking Free’ with 21 other women.
    Looking forward to – grabbing a hold of Jesus and getting some healing!

    P.S. Finishing ‘David’ on my own.

  19. 119
    Joelle Roibal says:

    Abilene, TX

    *Created to Be His Helpmeet by Debi Pearl

    *Lord, I want to know you by Kay Arthur
    (about the names of God)

    I’m on the last week of
    *The Law of Love by Beth Moore with Melissa Fitzpatrick
    (These are the Words!!) πŸ˜‰

    Most looking forward to lovingly joyfully serving and being a helper to my Man in a way that follows Gods design and benefits my whole family! πŸ™‚

  20. 120
    Janice Hofmans says:

    Name: Janice

    City: Hanford, CA

    Bible Study: I am leading a study by Beth, Breaking Free, the Journey. We are going to do some memorizing in the RPV (Revised Personalized Version). We revisited Believing God for our fall session (did it originally 6 years ago) & I thought it was a good lead into Breaking Free.

  21. 121
    Debbie says:

    Mamer, Luxembourg

    My husband, 2 daughters and I are studying Revelation together with Pastor David Platt, from Alabama, via the internet with Podcast teachings. I love seeing my teen girls learn so much and our family discussions.

    I’m personally working through the Multiply challenge/study of discipling another, to Christ, here in our little country.

  22. 122
    Laurie Bean says:

    Laurie Valencia Pa

    I am studying Isaiah Part 1 by Kay Arthur /Precept Upon Precept

    What I am most looking forward to? He promised me to be my teacher and has been, utterly amazed and sobered at what He has shown me so far, and praying that I have eyes and ears and heart and mind open to Him because I don’t want to miss anything.
    p.s. He is an amazing teacher.

  23. 123
    Limdsey says:


    San Antonio, TX

    Bible study: BSF group studying the book of Genesis

    Looking forward to: A great refresher on the Patriarchs! Looking forward to the Lord building some great relationships with the women in my group. P.S. I used to live in Houston and how I miss Tues. Bible Study- women in Houston, soak in all that the Lord is doing there!

  24. 124
    Beckie Potterfield says:


    Florence, SC

    I am involved in “Why Do You Believe That?” by Mary Jo Sharp.

    I am most looking forward to not just KNOWING that I KNOW whom I believe but also KNOWING how to share that KNOWING with others.

  25. 125
    Lori says:

    Lori, Pueblo West CO

    Two Bible studies – one online and one at a local church. “Let. It. Go.” by Karen Ehman (Melissa Taylor’s Online Bible Studies) and “A Woman’s Heart: God’s Dwelling Place” by Beth Moore.

  26. 126
    Kim says:

    Indianapolis, IN

    One more night in Deuteronomy (with Beth Moore), then onto ‘Why Do You Believe That?’ by Mary Jo Sharp. A trip into apologetics to build confidence in having faith conversations with others. Excited!!

  27. 127
    Marie Thompson says:

    Marie, Easley, SC

    Our Tuesday night group has just started Kelly Minter’s Nehemiah. I am already convicted about how intentional our prayer life must be! I look forward to learning more about this man of God.

  28. 128
    Pam says:

    Ooltewah, Tn

    “Scenic bus tour” of Deuteronomy with The Law of Love a Beth Moore lecture study led by Anita McGinnis at RBC in Chattanooga on Wednesday nights. I’m expecting ‘immeasurably more’, to see God do what’s unreasonable so I KNOW it’s Him in this year if my RELEASE. Especially looking forward to her daughter, Melissa’s articles. Week 3 of our meeting, but only the second for the study, hurry up Wednesday.

  29. 129

    Sugar Land, Texas
    Bible Study: Desperately Seeking Simplicity: FInding the Cross by Cindi Wood

    I start this study Tuesday morning and I am so excited to refocus from all the day to day craziness, a never ending to do lists, errands, etc and really get back to focusing on a simple life with Jesus!

  30. 130


    I am studying Genesis with BSF. The life of Abraham is a wonderful example for us to follow and best of all, God’s attributes shine as we follow the story. Faith is my word for the year.
    So I look forward to watching my faith grow in areas where I have held back before.

  31. 131
    Jane Shutt says:

    Name: Jane

    City: Charlotte NC

    Bible Study: I am leading a class of Financial Peace University.

    What are you most looking forward to? Getting my finances under God’s control and helping others do the same.

  32. 132
    Cherilynn says:

    Name: Cheri

    City: Cleveland, TN

    Bible Study: Tomorrow I start Get Out of That Pit (i think is the name) by Mama Beth

    What are you most looking forward to? I’m not sure. I desire to be rid of my negativity and quickness to be ugly

  33. 133
    Christy says:

    Christy from Hahira, GA… will start Lisa Harper’s Malachi in February. I am excited to see what a new author will lead us to discover.

  34. 134
    Kim says:


    McPherson, KS

    Precept study on Joshua by Kay Arthur

    Looking forward to learning how I can apply to my own life what I have learned from Joahua. Also building strong relationships with my dear sisters in Christ.

  35. 135
    Christy says:

    I am going through Kelly Minter’s No Other Gods study. I am most looking forward to growth that comes from digging out those deep roots of sin that sometimes I don’t even realize are there until God reveals them to me and refines me to make me more like Christ.

  36. 136
    Dori Cook says:

    Name: Dori Cook – Spring Hill, TN

    Bible Study: James: Mercy Triumphs by Beth Moore – We started last week with about 40 ladies from my church.

    I will confess that avoided this study for a solid year! To be honest, I knew what James would require just simply by studying the book. I knew that it would call me to make sure there is no gap between my faith and the reality of it in my life. I knew that I would be challenged and upended! But I also knew the logistics of this study! I knew there was a Level 5 and that God was not going to let me get by with anything less. (That’s just for me! No condemnation if He’s calling you to a lower level!!) But finally, it was time to face the fear of that and jump in the glorious waters!! I’ve had such a great time in James this week!!God’s Word has been, as always, lifechanging, as I’ve dared to look intently at it.

    The first week of homework has been speaking directly into my current family relationships. Melissa, your contribution in research and the extra material is so challenging and I love it!! And a week and a half into it, God has somehow allowed me to memorize the first 15 verses of Chapter 1, making this study come alive to me even more!! His Word is so wonderful!!

  37. 137
    Dawn Cullison says:

    Oh, what I would give to live closer to you girls so I could join you!! God bless!!

  38. 138
    Twila Baker says:


    Fayetteville Game.

    Tuesday night at my Church we are on our 3rd
    Week of Jonah with Priscilla.

    Hope to learn more about how to recognize
    The intervention he puts in my interruptions.

  39. 139
    Kimberly says:

    WooHoo, I am blessed to spend Monday nights with 10 other women listening to Beth in ‘Believing God’. I’m looking forward to how God uses His word in me.

  40. 140
    Lise Sullivan Ode says:

    Lise (pronounced Leeza)

    Cumming, GA

    I’m leading a study that Beth Moore wrote years ago called A Woman’s Heart. We will be meeting on Wednesday nights at Midway Methodist church.

    This is the 6th Beth Moore study that I am leading, but have never done this one. I’m looking forward to how she really gets us in the Word every day. And that gets me closer to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

  41. 141
    Mary Jane says:

    Mary Jane, Troy Ks

    Two of my girlfriends and I have just started reading “The Power of Praying for Your Adult Children” by Stormie Omartian. We are going to take a chapter a week, and slowly make our way through it.

    I am most excited to see how God is going to draw us closer to Him and watch was He does in our kids’ lives.

    • 141.1
      Cora Lee says:

      Our Bible Study (4 couples) did this study last year. It was amazing to see God answer so many prayers for our kids. Great study for couples, it helped work through relationships that needed mending. Our faith grew and we could believe God for big answers!!

  42. 142
    Suzanne says:

    Monroe, LA
    I’m in Bible Study Fellowship studying the book of Genesis

  43. 143
    Becky says:

    North Port, Florida Week two of James with a beloved group of sisters who long to know Him more deeply. We are considering it all joy to have this freedom .

  44. 144
    Denise B says:

    Believe it or not – I am finally able to do a Beth Moore Bible Study. I am doing the James Mercy Triumphs. I am excited to get deeper in the Word. I also will be delving into Ephesians in a couple of weeks. Awesome times!

  45. 145
    Kendra Green says:

    Kendra Green

    College Station, TX

    Kelly Minter’s “Nehemiah: A heart that can break.”

    Excited to see how God will be calling us to action. We too often get comfortable and forget to look in our own backyards to see what we can do to help the needy.

  46. 146
    Juli says:

    Chokio, MN
    Current: Brave: Honest Questions Women Ask from Angela Thomas. About to switch to: True Woman 101
    I have really enjoyed being real with the women if my Bible Study in Brave and am looking forward to hear what God has to say about our role as women.

  47. 147
    Karen Epifano says:

    Karen, Greenfield, OH
    Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed: A Study of David. From Deeper Still with Priscilla Shirer, Beth Moore and Kay Arthur. And also The Law of Love; Lessons from the pages of Deuteronomy; Beth Moore. Day 2 of the Law of Love was a gift from God. Yes, I was a 10. Praise the Lord for all He revealed through Beth. I cannot recommend it enough!

  48. 148
    Glori V says:

    Our bible study begins this moring (in 20 minutes I might add :)) We are doing Lysa Terkeurst’s Becoming more than a good bible study girl. I’m excited to see how the Lord will move in each of as we have been studying together for over a year. We all agree it’s easy to be a good bible study girl, now we want more, together! πŸ™‚

  49. 149
    Leslie Hall says:

    High Point, NC

    Thursday Nights we are studying a “Deeper Still” event study called…. “Faithful, Abundant and True” featuring Kay, Priscilla, and Beth! We are asking each woman to go “Deeper Still” with our Lord each week through this study!

    Huge Thank you, Lifeway, for pulling these three wonderful women together to teach us!

  50. 150
    Susan Thomas says:

    Bethlehem PA
    Finishing up Conversation Peace by Mary Kassian.
    Planning my Spring study schedule….
    Next up: Priscilla Shirer’s Discerning the Voice of God and then The Secret is Out, a study in Colossians by Jessie Seneca

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