Posts tagged 'Bible Study'

Self-Help: Can We Really Help Ourselves?

Our world is lonelier, sadder, and more disconnected than ever. If self-guided improvement is all we need, where are the joy-filled lives that we’ve been promised? Read More

Finding Purpose in Your Everyday Work

“What is my purpose?” All of us will probably find ourselves asking this important question at some point. And for good reason. We want our… Read More

My Truth or Yours? Living Out God’s Truth in a Confused World

In a culture of subjective “truth,” how do we determine what truth actually is? We start with the nature and character of God. Read More

Does God Forgive Me?

The more we mess up and the more we think about it, the more we start to question our faith, our authenticity, and even if God accepts us. Read More

Christian Unity: Is It Possible?

While the issues dividing our modern society are new, division among believers is not. Thankfully, Scripture has a lot to say about division—and shows us the way forward into unity with one another. Read More

Adulting: Life as a Young Adult Christian

Join us for our free study “Adulting” in the Yarrow app as we study Scripture and discover how it points us in the right direction for navigating this odd and ever-changing portion of life that we call “adulting.” Read More

If Christians Are Blessed, Why Is Life So Hard?

If God has promised to bless His people, why does life feel so hard? Read More

Remembering God’s Presence This Christmas

The Christmas season brings many emotions. We’re excited to spend time with family and friends. We become stressed over social activities, finances, tight schedules, and… Read More

Why Prayer Matters—and How It Will Transform Your Bible Study

When it comes to Bible study, how important is prayer? Here at Yarrow, we believe continual prayer is one of the most important—and most overlooked—aspects of Bible study. Read More

Why Studying the Bible Hands-On Is Exactly What You Need

When you study with Yarrow, we aren’t going to tell you what to believe. Instead, we’ll guide you to let the Bible speak for itself. Read More