I am always looking for new Bible study resources to enhance my quiet times and give me fresh, new ideas for Bible study.
Here are 10 of the best Bible study blogs I’ve found that consistently offer excellent resources and are theologically sound. That is also very important to me.
When I look for a Bible study blog, I want to make sure that they not only offer great ideas and resources, but that they are also not afraid to confront a hard truth. This is why my list of Bible study blogs is so short; because I simply didn’t want to add anyone to the list that I truly don’t stand behind 100%!The Bible is full of hard truths, as well as encouragement and grace. We have to be able to accept and digest both, or we will be out of balance in our Christian walk.
So, without further ado…
Here are the 6 top Bible study blogs for Christian women
I don’t think it’s any surprise that Courtney tops my list. I have followed Women Living Well since I first began blogging in 2010. I have always honored her sincerity and and openness, as well as her ability to take a truth head on and break it down for us. She is real and she is uncompromising. Two traits I value greatly in a friend!
Another blog I began reading about the time I began my blog is Time Warp Wife. I loved how Darlene brought out the value in those “old fashioned” marriage traditions that really shouldn’t be old fashioned at all. Like Courtney, Darlene doesn’t shy from the truth, but tackles it with grace and sincerity. I love that. Lately she has been putting out amazing Bible study material that I really love!
Mandy is one of my blogging besties. One of the things I have enjoyed most about blogging is meeting other bloggers with the same passion I have for God’s Word. Mandy and I are blogging twinsies, actually. I can’t tell you how many times one of us has shared an idea, only to have the other say, “Oh my word, I am doing almost the same thing”….and as we talk we realize that our ideas don’t compete, they compliment. I love that!
Mandy has just launched her first Bible study course, and I know you’ll want to check it out: 7 Days to Jump Start Your Quiet Time
You may not be aware, but my dad blogs as well! My dad’s blog is filled to the brim with posts that disciple both the new and seasoned believer. Actually, this is what he is most known for as a pastor of over 40 years: He can take a biblical truth that many find perplexing and break it down so that both the new believer and older believer can understand it and take it to heart. This is truly a gift.
He has great Bible study materials in his store, as well, and this fall will be launching an online institute with materials he’s taught in churches for over 30 years. You’ll not want to miss that!
5. Arabah Joy
Arabah Joy and I first connected a few years ago. She is a missionary, and so am I, and if felt so great to meet a fellow missionary in the blogsophere who had the same passion and calling as me.
I love her solid approach to God’s Word and her desire to provide women with quality resources that help them not only have a quiet time, but also help them lead their children in ways of the Lord as well. If you haven’t visited her blog, be sure you do. You’ll come away with loads of resources!
Check out her study Trust Without Borders. You’ll love it!
Lysa TerKeurst is another writer I greatly admire because she is not afraid to stand for truth, but she is also not afraid to liberally extend grace. This has stood out to me a lot because that’s the journey I’ve been on for the past several years, learning how to balance grace and truth. She does it so gracefully!
Last year I read her book The Best Yes, and it completely transformed my life and the way I look at my calling, my family, and my commitments.
Do you have a favorite Bible study blog? Let me know in the comments, you never know….I may even add them to this post!
- Rosilind, a Pacific Northwest native, is a missionary living in Croatia and married to her hero. Together they live in the country with their 2 active boys where she enjoys fruity candles and a hot cup of herbal tea on a blustery fall evening. She holds an Associates of Practical Theology and is passionate about discipling and encouraging women. Her passion for writing led her to author a number of books. She is the author of A Little R & R where she encourages women to find contentment in what God created them to be. She can also be found at these other places on a regular basis. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google +.