This article is part of the Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Jen Wilkin series.
A New Podcast from Jen Wilkin on How to Study the Bible
Join Jen Wilkin every Wednesday for the next ten weeks as she walks through methods, tips, and encouragement for studying the Bible more deeply so we might know and love the God of the Bible better.
Jen Wilkin is a Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas. As an advocate for biblical literacy, she has organized and led studies for women in home, church, and parachurch contexts and authored several books, including the bestseller Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds that serves as the basis for this podcast.
This podcast is also releasing in video format on YouTube.
Be on the lookout for the following episodes:
Episode 1 - How Studying the Bible Changed My Life
Episode 2 - Overcoming Common Barriers to Bible Study
Episode 3 - Is There a Wrong Way to Study the Bible?
Episode 4 - 5 Key Principles for Transformative Bible Study
Episode 5 - Comprehension: Understanding What Scripture Says
Episode 6 - Interpretation: Understanding What Scripture Means
Episode 7 - Application: Understanding How Scripture Changes Us
Episode 8 - 10 Bible Study Tools Every Christian Needs
Episode 9 - Tips to Help Anyone Teach the Bible
Episode 10 - Why Bible Study Should Always Lead to Worship
Bonus Episode - Jen Wilkin Answers Your Questions about Bible Study
Popular Articles in This Series
Jen Wilkin discusses how believers can learn to study the Bible with both their hearts and their minds and ultimately love the God who it points to.
Jen Wilkin identifies a handful of perceived obstacles that prevent us from studying the Bible and how we can actually overcome those and take joy in reading and studying God's word.
In this special bonus episode, Jen Wilkin answers the questions that listeners have sent in about studying the Bible.
Jen Wilkin describes the wrong ways we approach Bible study and what our failed attempts to engage with God's Word reveal about our own attitude toward Scripture.