Find the good news that brings hope and spiritual renewal.
We live in a world full of bad news. The media recounts stories of natural disasters, violence, and conflict. In the midst of all this heartbreak, we can’t lose sight of the fact that God has given us good news. We call it the gospel. It reminds us that God loves us and longs to redeem our suffering. He stepped out of eternity and into time to send us His one and only Son. The gospel truths shared with the early church at Rome echo into our day, reminding us that we still have good news to embrace personally and to share with others. In this six-week study of the Book of Romans, we will be highlighting significant concepts regarding the good news about faith, grace, daily life, God’s plan, relationships, and eternity. Whatever bad news we may receive, in Romans we will find good news to encourage and transform us.
Join Melissa in taking a posture of listening and learning as we approach this powerful book packed with good news. Let’s ask God to do a mighty work in and through us as we study so that we might be inspired with a spiritual renewal that spreads to those around us!
Bible Study Features:
- A six-week study of the Book of Romans.
- Encourages women with the good news of the gospel, regardless of what bad news they are facing.
- Women will be inspired with a spiritual renewal that spreads to those around them.
- Study offers different levels of commitment for women in every season of life.
- Strong, solid Scripture study from popular Bible teacher Melissa Spoelstra.
"All too often, God's Word can seem intimidating and hard to understand even, especially with books like Romans. In this study Melissa helps us take in the truths of Romans in a way that makes a difference in our lives today. Getting beyond the surface of reading God’s Word for feel-good feelings, Melissa helps us read to know God better and, as a result, build godly confidence that will stand no matter what may come in our lives." —Lynn Cowell, Author of Make Your Move and Brave Beauty, and Proverbs 31 Ministries speaker and writer
In a bad-news world, how deeply we need to bathe our hearts afresh in the good news of the Gospel! Melissa’s beautiful study on Romans makes room for an invigorating encounter. Her teaching and insight caused the words to leap off the page, leaving me more deeply enthralled with this important book of God’s great narrative.
—Allison Allen, Speaker and Author of Shine and Thirsty for More: Discovering God’s Unexpected Blessings in a Desert Season
Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Participant Workbook, Leader Guide, and boxed Leader Kit (an all-inclusive box containing one copy of each of the Bible study’s components).
Romans Video Session Descriptions
In this introductory video, Melissa provides helpful background information that gives us context for studying this letter written over 2,000 years ago.
In this video segment Melissa explores verses in Romans 1 and 2 to show us how we can take off the masks we wear and get real about our need for God so that the good news can change everything in our lives.
This week Melissa highlights parts of Romans 3-5 as she explores the good news about hope. No matter what our circumstances are screaming, we can put our hope in God’s steadfast promises that anchor us.
In this video segment we look at parts of Romans 6-8 as we consider where our focus is. Melissa suggests that if it feels we are going through the motions in our faith, we need to check the volume on our spiritual headphones and let the music of the gospel be loud in our lives.
This week Melissa highlights parts of Romans 9-11 to show us that God’s plan is better than ours and that He can redeem suffering and trials for good. She encourages us to look for where God is at work in the bigger picture of our lives.
In this video segment Melissa lifts up verses in romans 12-14 to help us change the way we think about ourselves and others, stop pretending and posing in relationships, and honor those around us.
In this final week Melissa underscores parts of Romans 15 and 16 to remind us that suffering has an expiration date and there is great hope to be found while we wait for that day.