The Word on Wednesdays

Hi ladies! I hope you enjoyed our most recent Bible study, The Sermon on the Mount.

I’m going to take a little break before starting our next study, so for the next several Wednesdays, you’ve got some options:

πŸ“– You can finish up The Sermon on the Mount or any of my other studies you’re currently working on.

πŸ“– You can choose a book(s) of the Bible to work through on your own.

πŸ“– You can choose one of my studies to work through at the Bible Studies tab in the blue menu bar at the top of this page. (I would choose one of the shorter ones, like Colossians or Ruth rather than one of the longer ones if you’re only trying to fill the space between now and the beginning of our next study.)

πŸ“– You can follow along with the sampling of “re-run” lessons and resources I’ll be posting here on the blog each week.

And speaking of re-runs, here’s the first one!

Did you miss Bible Reading Plans for the New Year – 2021 when I posted it last December? Or maybe you’re new to the blog since then? There are all kinds of Bible reading plans here, including some that are only a few days or weeks in length.

If you’re just looking for a plan that fills the time between now and the beginning of our next study, #5, #12, #18, or #20 might be a good choice. Also be sure to check the links under Need more suggestions? for shorter plans. Or, you might wish to modify or just do part of, one of the longer plans. Go exploring and choose the plan that works best for you!

You can always find the link to the current year’s “Bible Reading Plans for the New Year” at the “Bible Studies” tab in the blue menu bar at the top of this page.

Want to take a guess on which book of the Bible we’ll be studying next? Comment below!

2 thoughts on “The Word on Wednesdays”

  1. Michelle, first, LOVE your work and website. Praise God for transparency in the Church! My husband and I were talking about women teaching/preaching to men, and he brought up an interesting question: what about when your church has a marriage conference and there is a husband/wife team who comes and they both teach? I am not exactly sure where I can find a response from you in your website (if you are able to respond) so would you please cc: me at my email address when/if you do? Thanks so much.


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