Our Broken & Redeemed Bible study is now on Amazon!!!
We’re excited to release our six-week Love God Greatly Broken & Redeemed Bible Study! For less than $12, you’ll receive our easy to follow reading plan, weekly reflection questions, prayer & praise section, as well as plenty of room to journal your daily, personal SOAP reflections as you dive deeper into God’s Word!
Best of all — EVERY journal sold supports the ministry efforts of Love God Greatly. Thank you for helping us get more and more women around the world in God’s Word!
INTRODUCING our brand NEW Broken and Redeemed Bible Study Journal for KIDS!!
Love God Greatly is dedicated to making God’s Word available to our beautiful community of women… and now, women have the incredible opportunity to share God’s Word with children through this study uniquely crafted for young hearts.
Broken & Redeemed for Kids offers God’s Word to the next generation of believers in practical and interactive ways that are sure to engage children in a deeper understanding of who God is and His story for their lives. Following a simple 6-week Bible reading plan, Scripture will come alive to your child with the help of spacious journaling pages, fun memory verse coloring pages, and an area to draw and record personal items of prayer and praise.
Broken & Redeemed for Kids is the perfect companion for children to use alongside the Love God Greatly Broken & Redeemed women’s study journal. Journal along with us as we dive into Scripture together… reading and writing what God speaks into our hearts along the way.
Broken & Redeemed – Free Easter Bible Study
Broken… It means to be damaged or no longer in proper working order. You see it in illnesses that ravage a once energetic and lively body. You see it in families where marriages are fractured. You see it in relationships that suffer from intentional, or even unintentional hurt.
Brokenness is all around us. No matter how hard we try we can never escape it, because we all carry brokenness within us. And it’s all because of sin. Throughout Scripture we read stories of broken people. But the beauty of God’s Word is that it is not just a story of tragedy. Woven throughout the Bible is also the greatest story of redemption.
In this Six-Week Love God Greatly Free Easter Bible Study, you’re invited to see the goodness of God as He remembers Sarah throughout her years of infertility. Come see Him care for Naomi as she deals with loss and loneliness. Behold our great God who gave Moses courage, Paul true zeal, and the adulterous woman forgiveness and the chance of a new life.
All of the people we will study – and us included – have hearts and souls that need rescuing. Ultimately we will find that the answer to all of our brokenness – no matter who we are or what we’ve done – is Christ himself. So grab your favorite beverage, crack open your Bible, and together let’s rejoice with the broken and redeemed of God… reading and writing what God speaks into our hearts along the way.
We begin our Broken & Redeemed study this coming M O N D A Y and we couldn’t be more excited! Now is a great time to reach out to your friends, neighbors, and co-workers and invite them to do our Broken & Redeemed study with you for these next six weeks! Our...read more
Here at Love God Greatly, investing in what really matters has always been the driving force of what we do. We’ve had the privilege of inspiring, encouraging, and equipping women all over the world for a while now, and here’s what we find to be universally true among...read more
Broken It means to be damaged or no longer in proper working order. You see it in illnesses that ravage a once energetic and lively body. You see it in families where marriages are fractured. You see it in relationships that suffer from intentional, or even...read more
Welcome to our first week of Broken & Redeemed! I am so glad you are joining us and look forward to spending the next six weeks with you as we learn to remove our labels of brokenness and instead begin to wear a new label... that of Redeemed! If you haven't...read more
His body was broken. Literally. We listened to the emergency room doctor as he described the state of my husband's shoulder, which was now in too many pieces to count. One small misstep on winter's ice and a nasty fall had shattered not only bones, but also the...read more
Loss and loneliness are ever present realities. While we close out this week’s study on these topics, they do not come to a close in our lives. I experienced loss as a teenager. While the dark and oppressive cloud of sadness, fear, and despair has lifted, this has...read more
"What might change in our life if we really believed… in our guts that God sees us and He hears us? What sin might we walk away from? What confidence might we gain? What if we truly believed that God keeps his promises? How might we mine the Word of God for His...read more
Moses is one of my absolute favorite Bible characters. He was a man who made many mistakes, had his shortcomings and flaws out on display for everyone to see, felt weak when he needed to be strong, and didn’t feel up to the task when God called him. I can so relate....read more
Fear... It can be caused by almost anything. It can be triggered through people, hardship, loss, the past, and the unknown of the future. Fear is that feeling of anxiety or dread concerning the outcome of something; that your needs or desires will not be met. Fear is...read more
This week we are looking at the hard topic of infertility. It is hard because it is so painful, emotionally draining, and all consuming. Many have been waiting all their life to finally have children, only to be met with the bitter disappointment of infertility. There...read more
Almost twenty years ago, my father gave me some advice that I have often returned to. He said, "If God has laid a calling on your heart, He will find a way to bring it to fruition." You do not have to worry that the calling will expire or disappear. It may not be...read more
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
In the book, Surprised by Joy, C.S. Lewis shares a childhood story about one of his favorite teachers, Mr. Kirkpatrick. A brilliant teacher and personal friend of Lewis’s father, Mr. Kirkpatrick was the one who taught Lewis how to be a merciless debater by building a...read more
"Brothers and sisters, think of what you were when you were called. Not many of you were wise by human standards; not many were influential; not many were of noble birth. But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the...read more