Looking for a Way to Draw Closer to the Heart of God?
My name is Elizabeth Marks. After Jesus saved my soul, He gave me the desire to encourage people to renew their minds with God’s words. Accepting Jesus Christ was the best thing that happened to me and I want you to discover how good God is too! God so encouraged me, so I can encourage you! God desires you to know Him and reading the Bible is a good first step.
Our ministry started with simple devotions I wrote to encourage my small group members. This grew into a subscription service to reach more people with God’s words. When I discovered inductive Bible study method, I gladly wanted to share that with others too. To help my small group get more out of just reading the Bible using inductive study method, the Study Puzzle was created. The inductive study method is so appealing for its interaction with God’s words. Being a small group leader myself, I’m always looking for new studies for our group. Using the inductive study method I penned Your Discovery Series Bible study based on the book of Ephesians was designed for small groups and personal study, with 3 lessons for every chapter. It’s chalked full of tools to help you get more out of your study of the God’s words.
I’m always looking for ways to draw people into the Bible and find the road to a transformed life like I did. I hope you will join me on this journey and allow these devotions and Bible studies to help you along the way.
Spending time with God each day is a necessary step in drawing near Him. Our devotions take less than 3 minutes to read. That’s great for people on the go. They are perfect reading first thing in the morning, during break at work, or in the evenings.
We need to know God’s Word in order for it to be a lamp and light to us as Psalm 119:105 says. Whether you choose to read or study the Bible you will be blessed by your effort to get into God’s Word. The point is to start now. God wants you to know Him.
A healthy small group starts with balance. Learn the five principles to keep in balance. Do you know how to keep your group on track? Our small group resources help you keep your small group Bible study balanced and healthy.