When we started this blog way back when, our goal was to provide a way to serve the women of our local church. Our morning Bible study consisted of a large number of young moms. We know how hard it is to maintain a consistent schedule of attending a group when sickness, rough nights, and life in general get in the way. We started posting our manuscripts so that the women we loved would be able to still “hear” the same teaching whether they could make it or not.
As we grew, both in size and maturity, we began recording the teaching and posting that as well. What we discovered is that we began to write manuscripts less and less, and used outlines and notes more and more. Soon, the majority of what we were posting was just audio!
All along, we have sought to serve our local church well. We did this because we share the conviction that while women are capable and gifted to engage with Scripture well, women’s ministry does not exist as an entity unto itself but as a support to the primary teaching ministry of the local church and its elders and pastors.
In an effort to better model this, we are choosing to close this blog down, and will move all our audio recordings over to our church’s website. This site will remain active until the end of September, but all of our existing audio and all new audio will be posted at our new location going forward. If you are currently a subscriber, and would like to continue to receive an email whenever new teaching goes up, please subscribe here.
There are many benefits to this change. One of the best ones is that you will now be able to download the mp3 for offline listening! We do hope you will continue to benefit, as we have, from the teaching that occurs on Thursday Mornings. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Thank you, especially those of you who began as locals and have since moved away but continue to listen – from places like Australia, Canada, Columbia, Colorado, and elsewhere in the US. We are so thankful for the time we had to fellowship and study together in person, and have loved knowing that our hearts were still engaged in common study from afar. You have been a blessing to us, for sure!
We remain committed to faithful, expositional teaching of the Word of God, and our prayer is you will continue to learn, grow, and glorify the one who has “delivered us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.” (Col 1:13-14)