Current Bible Study
The Bible Study our women are currently studying in Texas Prisons is
"Psalms 91-Finding Safety in God's Promises." We are excited to publish this study, the fifth of the "Free to Grow" series, which will be sent in to incarcerated women throughout Texas. The number of women who have been involved in these studies has grown to over 1,000.
Upon release, women are invited to continue the studies, to stay connected and in God's Word during the transition process. We love to witness how God's Word can transform lives! If you'd like to donate to the cost of the Bible study materials please specify that when you make a donation to our ministry. Pen Pals are encouraged to do the Bible Study with their "Sister in White." The Study is available on Amazon and at our online store.
Study Description: Psalms 91:Finding Safety in God's Promises addresses the promises of safety and security we are privileged to have as God’s children. We live in a dangerous world. While the symbols of danger used in this psalm are unfamiliar to us as Americans, we do know terrorist attacks, snipers, rampant and violent crime, reckless drivers, and epidemics. Natural disasters happen ever more frequently. And then, there are the unknown dangers of an uncertain future.
We are constantly bombarded with negative news of the violence and tragic circumstances that permeate our world. Our sense of peace and security can be shaken by all these dangers that are beyond our control. Fear can cause a paralyzing reaction that keeps us from serving God and obeying His Word. Fear can entangle us and take us into bondage.
God does not want His people to live in fear. Instead, He wants us to remember the promises and faith-building truths in His Word, truths that will strengthen, equip and sustain us during these fearful times. He wants us to draw close and dwell under His loving protection.
May this study of Psalms 91 undergird you with truths that will establish you during the difficult times.
OUR MINISTRY IS BASED ON THIS VERSE
Remember those in prison as if you were bound with them!
Hebrews 13:3 NIV
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SYNDEO (Greek) Bound with them
This word has two meanings:
1. bound in chains; to a prisoner, as a prisoner
2. bound, connected in heart, as all believers should be