Why do I need to read the Bible? Does truth matter? What if I don’t feel anything?
I’m not smart enough. I don’t know where to start.
Feasting on Truth:
Savor the Life-giving Word of God
The Word of God is our very life; but Erin Warren felt lifeless. Her world was falling apart, and she had questions. Feel-good faith was not enough; she needed deep, sustaining truths.
Through her own wrestling, Erin addresses the obstacles that held her back when it came to Bible study and how she learned to savor the life-giving Word of God.
In this book, you will:
- Recognize and overcome obstacles that hinder you when it comes to Bible study
- Release the bonds of a “perfect quiet time” to find deeper, richer time in the Word
- Build confidence as you learn how to study the Bible firsthand
The word feast is rooted in abundance. That is what awaits us in the pages of Scripture: a table laid out before us, not only for our essential nourishment, but for our enjoyment.
Bible Study Books
My passion is equipping women with the tools to discover God’s Truths for themselves. These journals and studies are designed to do just that: give you flexible structure that allows the Holy Spirit to teach and guide you. Each study also has a companion podcast.
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Guided Inductive Studies
These studies include questions to help guide your time in the Word. Unlike a standard question-based Bible study, the questions are designed to jumpstart your thinking and walk you through the observation process, while still allowing the Holy Spirit to be your ultimate guide. These are great options if you are new to inductive study, but they also provide the opportunity to go deeper for the more seasoned student as well.
Stories from the Wilderness
A Study of the Israelites Journey from Egypt to the Promised Land
The wilderness. It is a place that feels hard, empty, lifeless and pathless, and it often leaves us with questions about who God is. But while we see a place that is worthless, confusing, and chaotic, God sees a place to display His power. Time and time again throughout Scripture, God takes the worthless, seemingly wasteful, confusing, chaotic, and empty places and uses them as a backdrop to prove His character, draw us in, and display His glory.
To Dwell in Our Midst
A Study of the Tabernacle and How It Points Us to Jesus
Why study this ancient tent? What does knowing the Tabernacle have to do with our faith on this side of the cross? Everything. This tent is not merely ritual or history or good information. It’s essential to understanding our salvation. Our detailed and deliberate God gave us the Tabernacle because one day, He would give us Jesus. It’s an invitation into a relationship with our Holy God. Discover God’s plan for salvation and relationship through Jesus Christ.
Simple Inductive Studies
These studies focus on my favorite aspect of Bible study: God’s character. Each session, you write out the Scripture for that week and answer 2-3 questions meant to point you to His Character and purpose for the passage. These are great studies for the busy woman who wants to focus on the Word and His character or for the season you need small bits of Scripture.
Light & Life
An Inductive Bible Study Journal on Psalm 119
We hear it all the time: we need to read the Bible every day. But why is it so important that we know, understand, and apply this ancient book to our lives today? What’s in it for us?? In Psalm 119, we see over and over that God’s Word brings life, and it’s a light to guide us. If we truly knew the power the Word of God has in our lives, we wouldn’t be able to put it down.
An Advent Study Through the Book of Hebrews
Jesus’ coming was more than giving us forgiveness of sins or to part the way before us. He came to part the divide between God and us, between us and heaven. Jesus is our Way Maker, and no other book gives us a more comprehensive view of Jesus this way than the book of Hebrews.
True Inductive Studies
These studies utilize the Four Simple Questions as the basis of the study. The journals provide the framework, but no additional questions. These studies are for the woman who wants the flexibility to study and take notes on her own.
The Gospel of John
This book is unlike the other three gospels in that it focuses on the deity of Christ. Instead of merely retelling the events of Jesus’ life, John gives us interpretation as well and shows how Jesus is the fulfillment of the Old Testament. This study is broken into two 11-week studies: Chapters 1-10 and Chapters 11-21. All the teaching is available on YouTube or Seasons 1 & 3 of the Feasting on Truth Podcast.