Keri Folmar has just released her third 10-week inductive Bible study for women with Cruciform—this time on Ephesians. We wanted to share 10 reasons why you should consider studying this weighty book of the Bible with Keri’s help:
1) It’s an Inductive Study
There are few truly inductive Bible studies for women written by a woman. This resource will center your focus on the words from Paul’s letter and help you articulate his intent in writing to the church at Ephesus.
2) It’s Spiral Bound
We make these Bible studies spiral-bound so that you can easily write in them.
3) It’s Designed to Encourage Interaction
The pages of these studies have lots of room for you to write your reflections as you pray over God’s Word.
4) It’s for Individual or Group Use
You can go through these studies on your own or with your family and friends.
5) It’s Available in Bulk Discounts
If you want to purchase numerous copies, we offer three levels of automatic discount: 8+ books=10% off, 25+ books=15% off, 50+ books=20% off.
6) Men Could Get Involved, Too
Men, you could pick up this study for your wife. If you are willing to forbear the flowers on the covers (they’re very theological tulips, after all), you might also want to lead her through it.
7) It’s a Tested and Cherished Tool
Keri first led women—in both the U.S. and Dubai—through these studies. They were birthed in the context of discipleship.
8) It’s Part of a Series
9) It’s Commended by Other Women
Keri’s studies have been endorsed by Connie Dever, Kathleen Nielson, Kristie Anyabwile, Gloria Furman, and others. For example, Diane Schreiner says, “Keri Folmar has done it again! Now she has made Ephesians a book to delve into, unfolding its message with accuracy and clarity. The questions are inductive and applicable, helping us to understand Paul’s intent and what Ephesians means for our church involvement and our personal lives.”
10) It’s Commended by Other Churches
Churches across half a dozen denominations have purchased Keri’s studies in bulk—and the response has been great.For example, Molly Blass is on the Women’s Ministry Council at First Presbyterian (PCA) in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and has led a group of 75 women through Keri’s studies. She writes, “We don’t want to be women who are ‘always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth’ (2 Tim. 3:7). Keri’s material helps carefully guide us into truth, but it also includes pointed application questions that the Spirit can use to help us examine our own hearts.”
You can now purchase Grace: A Bible Study on Ephesians for Women.