We Love Wednesday

Here are some things we love this week.  This week is Children's Book Week. Here are a few of the children's books we love. This week is also Teacher Appreciation Week. We love teachers! Pinterest, of course, has a ton of ideas. We've gathered a few of our favorites here. We love this video about the connection of moms and their kids. Especially this Mother's Day … [Read more...]

Tuesday Tunes

It's time for our new monthly feature, Tuesday Tunes! We are constantly listening to music at LifeWay Women and we're constantly sharing our new (and old) favorites with one another. We thought we'd also share those with you! May's Tuesday Tunes are a little singer-songwriter-y. Enjoy! https://open.spotify.com/user/lifewaywomen/playlist/459tmmA4aD9a4DGpGPfkSn … [Read more...]

Hosea | Unfailing Love Changes Everything

I will repay you for the years that the swarming locust ate, the young locust, the destroying locust, and the devouring locust— My great army that I sent against you. Joel 2:25 All of us have places in our lives where the “locusts” have eaten—hopes dashed, mistakes made, and losses piled on. God says He will repay all that damage. The word repay in Joel 2:25 is shalam. Sound familiar? … [Read more...]

The B-E-S-T Approach to Bible Study

As busy women with a grab bag of jobs, kids, errands, appointments, girls nights, and responsibilities, I'm sure you haven't had an immense amount of time to decide the perfect study process for your time in the Word each day. If you are anything like me and most women I know, you are reading your Bible during nap time, before your kids wake up (while praying that they don't wake up as soon as you … [Read more...]

Today’s the Day! Hosea by Jennifer Rothschild

Congratulations to our winner, Eliska Hahn! Today is release day for Hosea: Unfailing Love Changes Everything! As we said yesterday, we're very excited about this Bible study. We think you'll love it, too! Hosea, an old-testament prophet, preached his own life message using his marriage as the sermon illustration. The 7 session study of Hosea looks deeply at that message. It provides … [Read more...]

#AllAccessSpringCleaning Giveaway Day 22

Update: Congratulations to our winners - Lynne, Debbie, Monica, Nicki, Stephanie, and Dawn! It's here. The last day of #AllAccessSpringCleaning giveaways. But don't worry! There will always be more giveaways on the All Access blog! In fact, we give something away every week. It's true! Want to stay comprised on all of our future giveaways, plus immediately know about any other fun, … [Read more...]

Free For All!

We're so excited about Hosea: Unfailing Love Changes Everything releasing tomorrow! This is such a beautiful study about God's love and redemption and we can't wait to get it in your hands. You can go ahead and pre-order it here. And we may be giving something else Hosea away tomorrow (Spoiler Alert). For now, though, we're giving you some free art! We love the look of this study and thought you … [Read more...]

#AllAccessSpringCleaning Giveaway Day 21

Update: Congratulations to our winners - Traci, Jeanie, Becky, Rachel, Melba, and Glynda! Ladies, we're on the second-to-last day of the #AllAccessSpringCleaning MONTH of giveaways! We love giving stuff away, and we love that you love it too! In planning for this giveaway, we were able to fit most of our resources into nice little categories—a common author or topic or resource type. For the … [Read more...]

#AllAccessSpringCleaning Giveaway Day 20

Update: Congratulations to our winners - Kelly, Gail, Amanda, Pat, and Terry! Can anyone else relate to the titles below as much as I can? It's so easy to feel like our prayer life is lacking, and we ask, just as one of Jesus' disciples did, "Lord, teach me to pray." There's a constant battle of competing voices in our heads (please tell me I'm not alone here!) speaking words of truth and … [Read more...]

Living Room Sanctuary | The Value of Prayer

I’m terrible at prayer. Actually, it’s the discipline of prayer—setting aside time, focusing and making it a priority—at that, I am terrible. I talk to God all the time as I come and go in my day-to-day life—from ramblings in the car to inner dialogues as I ride the elevator at work. I am talking to God each day, but as for quality time—it’s skimpy. And life is hard. This week a dear … [Read more...]