Kelly Minter is a phenomenal writer, Bible teacher, and worship leader who has a tremendous heart for the hurting, the poor, and the lost. Kelly’s newest study, Nehemiah: A Heart That Can Break is on my to-do list for this summer, so I was tickled to run across a couple of Nehemiah-related resources this afternoon.
First of all, there’s a beautiful excerpt from Nehemiah that’s posted on the LifeWay website right now. It’s an article titled “The poor are God’s treasure,” and it’s such an encouragement to not only give to the poor but to get involved as well. As Kelly says, we need to know people’s stories. She’s right.
Second, if you don’t know much about the Nehemiah study but would like to check it out, there’s a free sample available for download. You’ll be able to read the first lesson and look over two days of homework (and if you’re a go-getter, you may even fill in the blanks on that homework). The sample will give you a great sense of Kelly’s writing style (which I love), and I think you’re going to enjoy her teaching style so much.
Hope y’all are having a great week!

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