About the 10 Week Bible Study
My heart is to see people fall in love with God through growing in His Word. We help people do that through repetition, helpful commentary and engaging questions. Most of all, we help people stay engaged by encouraging them to keep going when they get off track, get confused or get lost.
David, in Psalm 1, told us that if we meditated on God’s Word day and night, we would be like a tree planted by rivers of living water. I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to remember to meditate at all hours of the day. The 10 Week Bible Study makes that easy by encouraging people to read the book of the Bible being studied 10 times in 10 weeks (hence the name).
When you start reading God’s Word like that, you’ll find that you accidentally meditate on His Word. In those moments when your mind is at rest and blank, it always snaps to something you’ve been thinking about. When you pull up to the stoplight, maybe your mind goes to work, chores or that show you’ve been binging on Netflix lately. With the 10 Week Bible Study, you’ll find yourself thinking about God’s Word in those moments. You may just catch yourself asking God questions about what you’ve been reading without even thinking about it.
That is what David meant by meditating on God’s Word day and night, that your heart and mind are so full of His Word that you can’t help but think about it in those quiet times.
Darren Hibbs has worked in full-time ministry, the construction industry and as a writer he has published over ten books
Darren has great passion for revival in America and longs to see the church embrace God’s Word so that we may receive the fullness of what He has to offer us.
Darren’s heart burns to bring a message of hope to a lost and broken world through the immeasurable love of Jesus. It is his heart that God’s Word will truly change a generation.
Darren is a transplanted Texan living in the Midwest. If you ask him, he’ll tell you that Texas is the best place in the world to be from, but it’s too hot. His wife and four kids, dog, three cats, hamster and goldfish will agree with him. They won’t agree that he has too many pets.
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