Our Philippians Bible Study journals are now on Amazon!!!
We’re excited to release our four-week Love God Greatly Philippians Bible Study Journal! For less than $11, 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!
These beautiful, newly redesigned journals even include a recipe for you to try with your friends from one of the many countries Love God Greatly serves! Best of all — EVERY journal sold supports the ministry efforts of Love God Greatly and helps us get God’s Word into as many languages and women’s hands as possible. Thank you for helping us get more and more women around the world in God’s Word!
INTRODUCING our corresponding Philippians Bible Study Journal for KIDS!!
Philippians Bible Study Kids Journal
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.
Philippians 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 4-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.
Philippians for Kids is the perfect companion for children to use alongside the Love God Greatly Philippians 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.
How is it possible to have deep joy in the midst of overwhelming sorrow and suffering? Paul is not only a great example to us, but he also points us to the answer. Out of 104 verses in this power-packed book, Jesus is mentioned directly or indirectly 51 times. In the end, Paul teaches us that Jesus is the Author and only Source of true joy.
The things of this world can never satisfy our deepest longings. Without Jesus there is no salvation, and therefore no lasting joy. Without Jesus there is no way to overcome our circumstances, to love people who are hard to love, to reconcile, to forgive, and to live godly lives.
Together, let’s open our Bibles and seek to better know our Savior and the unspeakable joy and contentment He offers to those follow Him… reading and writing what God speaks into our hearts along the way.
She sat on the cold pavement, hunching her torso over into her lap to better shield her body from the harsh winter wind. The forecast had predicted dropping temperatures overnight, and it appeared as though she would transition to her makeshift bed in that exact same...read more
This is a lesson I've had to learn the hard way. And if I'm completely honest with you, it's a lesson that I'm still learning. What you think about matters. I recently came home from a long day of meetings, various kid pickups and drop-offs, basketball practice, and...read more
What a precious gift encouragement is. I can remember moments when the right word at the right time was instrumental in breathing fresh perspective, courage, and hope into challenging seasons in my life - even if I wasn’t necessarily deserving of that encouraging...read more
I grew up in Miami where over half of the population lives with their hearts in two countries. You see, in the early 60’s my mom got on a plane with just two sets of clothes in her suitcase and fled the only home she’d ever known to find freedom. My mom finished high...read more
Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead… I press on to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 3:13-14 Can you imagine the guilt Paul must have faced once he realized the magnitude of his sin? He had...read more
No matter how strong we think our faith is, we all struggle with believing many of the things that Jesus tells us. One of these things has to do with the source of our joy. We think we have it all figured out - that we know how life works best. When it comes to joy we...read more
"So are you two sisters?" My friend and I looked at each other from across the tiny exam room and smiled big as her oncologist waited for our answer. You could say that. Definitely sisters. Sisters in Christ for the long haul... We first met as new mamas in the back...read more
Working out. Just the phrase makes me feel lazy these days. I’m out of shape and I know it, so the task of working out looms and feels overwhelming. When I say this, I’m daunted thinking about lacing up my running shoes in this chilly fall air. The phrase is obviously...read more
If it weren’t for people… work would be great. If it weren’t for people… church would be effortless. If it weren’t for people… humble service would be easy. Sacrificial service is something many people admire but may not truly desire to practice. Our culture values...read more
It could sound to some like Paul is tired of this life and is looking forward to death. Life certainly wasn’t easy for him. He was persecuted, shipwrecked, beaten, at times poor, and was imprisoned. But Paul is not looking to escape this life. He is happy to live...read more
Have you ever had days... months... maybe even years in your life when it seemed like you were in a "prison" of suffering that you couldn't escape? Maybe you've grieved the death of a loved one, the halt of a dream, or you've been chained to a long road of physical or...read more
“Mama, look!” My six-year-old squealed as she ran into the kitchen carrying her lopsided pumpkin. It was an easy going Saturday morning. As I cleaned up from a late breakfast, my husband and our girls were headed outside to carve their pumpkins. My baby girl came over...read more
Welcome to our study of the book of Philippians. Philippians is actually a letter written to the Christians in Philippi, a place that Paul visited on his second missionary journey. Interestingly, it was named after Philip of Macedonia, the father of Alexander the...read more
(Our Philippians Bible study journal translated into Czech) 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...read more
(Our Philippians study begins on October 23rd) Ohhhh, friends! We begin our PHILIPPIANS study ONE WEEK from TODAY 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 Philippians study...read more