If you’ve been around Love God Greatly for long, you know that we’re really passionate about a couple of things: inspiring women get into God’s Word, and encouraging them that they don’t have to do it alone!
In today’s fast-paced technology driven world, it is easy to study God’s Word in an isolated environment that lacks encouragement or support, but that isn’t the intention here at Love God Greatly. God created us to live in community with Him and with those around us.
We need each another, and we live life better together.
Now is the time to JOIN A GROUP for our You Are Forgiven study!
Several of our LGG Facilitators are currently welcoming NEW MEMBERS, and YOU are invited!! Simply peruse the group descriptions listed in the comments section below, find the group that’s right for you, then follow the instructions listed for connecting with that group.
Interested in facilitating your own Love God Greatly group this session? It’s not too late to grab your girlfriends, sisters, moms, grandmas, neighbors, and coworkers to study with you! To learn more about becoming an LGG Facilitator, click here.
Join us beginning August 29th as we journey through You Are Forgiven TOGETHER (Read this post to find out how you can access our study materials and take advantage of all LGG has to offer this session!)!
In this broken world we are all touched by shame, guilt, and difficult relationships. But God has a better way. Whether you are in need of the forgiveness and new life that Jesus extends to each of us, or you are longing for relationships that are free from blame and strife, this book is for you. Through the lens of God’s Word plus real-life stories, You Are Forgiven poignantly reminds readers that what Jesus did on the cross is the only thing that frees us from the prison of unforgiveness. In this 8-week Love God Greatly Bible study, you’ll learn about how Jesus obtained for us the forgiveness of sins and what that means in our everyday lives. We’ll examine many of the different facets of forgiveness, including: Why do we need it? How do we get it? What is the extent of our forgiveness, and how should it change us?