How to Study the Bible @mrslotannerPractical Tips for the Women Learning to Study The Bible @mrslotanner

I’ve never been a stranger to the Bible. Growing up, it was expected of us to spend time studying the Bibles on a daily basis. I didn’t always live by what I learned. Rather, there was a season of my life when I did pretty much the opposite. But what I have come to love about how my parents raised us (my 6 siblings and me) is that no matter what sort of mess we were in or what hurt we were feeling, we always knew how to open up the Bible and find the encouragement we needed. We knew that God would have the words to encourage us where we were at.  

Practical Tips for the Women Learning to the Bible @mrslotanner

Simple & Sweet: Practical Tips for the Women Learning to Study the Bible

What I didn’t realize is that not many women shared that experience. I found a lot of women have the desire to learn about the Bible and study and grow from it; they just don’t know where to start. That’s something they were never taught, which is why I wrote: “Simple & Sweet: Practical Tips For The Women Learning To Study God’s Word.

Every valuable thing I have learned about life, relationships, parenting, and marriage can be traced back to the Bible.  Which is why I think it’s so important that women learn how to study and navigate God’s Word.

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Through this ebook, I share a series of simple and practical tips that can help you navigate the Bible and hold on to all that golden information you find in it.

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I’m so excited to finally get this book in your hands! I think you’ll enjoy using these tips. And I wouldn’t doubt for a moment that they’ll make your time in God’s word a bit sweeter than before. You can get started by ordering your ebook here.

What struggle (related to Bible Study) are you most looking to overcome with while reading Simple & Sweet? 

 

 

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10 thoughts on “Practical Tips for the Women Learning to the Bible”

  1. You seem so eager to teach others Gods word. I just dont understand why you charge to do so. There are people who are eager to read what you have to say and learn about God through you yet can not afford to pay. I myself am one. I hope this charge dosent turn someone away from accepting salvation just because they feel bad tjat they cant afford an understanding of Gods word. Be blesed!

    1. Hi LInda, Thanks for reaching out to me. I understand your concern and trust me, I’ve been there. The funds for my books help give me the ability to continue ministering through my blog. If that’s something you can’t commit to right now you might want to consider my weekly newsletters which are jammed packed with free weekly devotionals and guidance for women who have the desire to learn and know God. Also, my site lotanner.com provides plenty of quality free resources for women learning about Jesus. If you’d like to sign up for free weekly devotionals, life, faith, and relationship encouragement you can do so here: http://www.lotanner.com/start-here

      Thanks again for reaching out!

      Sincerely,

      Lo Tanner

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