women to make God’s Word a priority in their daily lives through our Bible study resources.
women in their daily walks with God through online community and personal accountability.
women to grow in their faith, so that they can effectively reach others for Christ.
At Love God Greatly, you’ll find real, authentic women. Women who are imperfect, yet forgiven. Women who desire less of us, and a whole lot more of Jesus. Women who long to know God through his Word, because we know that Truth transforms and sets us free. Women who are better together, saturated in God’s Word and in community with one another.
Welcome, friend. We’re so glad you’re here…
Love God Greatly consists of a beautiful community of women who use a variety
of technology platforms to keep each other accountable in God’s Word.
We start with a simple Bible reading plan, but it doesn’t stop there.
Some gather in homes and churches locally, while others connect online with women
across the globe. Whatever the method, we lovingly lock arms and unite for this purpose…
to Love God Greatly with our lives.
We thank God for the unique, gifted women who have invested
in the Love God Greatly community to make it what it is today.
This is the beauty of the body of Christ in action,
and we are grateful beyond words.
Our Relationships Abroad
God is expanding our international reach through a team of inspirational women
who have stepped up to translate our materials into multiple languages every single study.
Our online Bible studies for women currently reach over seventy countries!
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My hands were empty, and my heart was broken. I sat at home on the 3-day leave from work after my miscarriage and blindly stared at the blinking computer screen in front of me. I’d tried reading my Bible, but was unable to focus past a verse or two. I wanted to hear...read more