This is our foundational track that we believe everyone can benefit from, whether you are learning these tools for the first time or thinking through how you can teach them to others. This track covers Bible study methods through a series of sessions, including an entry-level story of Scripture workshop, genre work, introduction to the interpretation process, and hands-on practice in groups. If you’ve never thought about tools for Bible interpretation, we hope you consider attending this track, as these tools are assumed in the other tracks offered.
Workshop 1: The One Story of Scripture – Shana Powell
Workshop 2: How to Study the Bible – Mary Liebert
Workshop 3: Practicing Bible Interpretation – Mary Liebert
This track is intended for women hoping to be further equipped in practical ways to minister in the local church, our neighborhoods, our families, and our spheres of influence. Assuming a basic understanding of Bible interpretation, the workshop discussions will take the next step and get very practical about how we use our Bibles to serve others!
Workshop 1: How to Teach Someone How to Share the Gospel – MeeHee Kirby
Workshop 2: How to Make Disciples who Make Disciples – Shana Powell
Workshop 3: How to Start a Neighborhood Ministry – Shana Powell
Advanced Bible Topics: Old Testament
This track is designed for women who are ready for higher-level workshops, giving the opportunity to do a deep dive into specific biblical principles with one passage in view. We will focus on important topics relating to the Old Testament. In all of these discussions, we will see how individual parts tie to the whole and point to Christ. This track is intended for women who are already teaching the Bible and want to continue to grow in their understanding.
Workshop 1: Interpreting Lamentations in Light of Structure – Mary Liebert
Workshop 2: Interpreting Habakukk in Historical Context – Taylor Turkington
Workshop 3: Interpreting Ruth in Light of Biblical Theological Themes – Taylor Turkington