Women's Bible Study Ideas on Galatians

Galatians Teaching Notes

Already Free (Part 1) by Christina Patterson
Have you ever felt trapped or stuck in life? Have you ever felt held back and restrained from experiencing the freedom in Christ we read about in the Bible? If you have, I completely understand. And I want to encourage you to know this: the freedom to love, and hope, and dream, and have joy, and peace, and satisfaction is not a fairy tale. Through the gospel of Jesus Christ, we can experience true freedom...


Rise up and Be a Woman God Can Use by Courtnaye Richard
I want to start this post off by saying that it's a process. We don't become who God wants us to be overnight. It takes time. It takes molding and shaping. Hurts and pains. EXPERIENCE. And the fruit bearing process. Yep! So true. A part of rising up and being a woman that God can use will take bearing much fruit...


My Driver, My King by Deb Waterbury
It is impossible to exhaust the language afforded humanity to adequately express what the Apostle Paul attempted in his letter to the Colossians. After his opening remarks, he goes straight to the heart of Who the Church worships. Paul goes straight to the essence of Christ. Again, Paul could not be less interested in the false teachings to which the Colossians had fallen prey.


The Workout Room of Health by Paulette Phillips
The longer a woman lives, it seems the more attention she feels she must give to health and beauty aids. The feminine mystique covets the balance of discipline, charm, style, health, and unique purpose. Women today want to do anything, try anything and buy anything that will enhance health and retain youthful beauty and vigor. Women want it all – beauty, brains and brawn—yes, even muscular strength.


Freedom In Christ by Renee Fisher
It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery (Galatians 5:1). It’s amazing the kind of freedom we have in Jesus. He doesn’t interfere with our decisions. We have free will to choose him or not. On June 24, 1987, I got down on my little knees and asked Jesus to be my personal Lord and Savior. At that moment I felt free, changed even...


In Step by Christy Fay
Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit (Galatians 5:25 NIV). Welcome back. If you are reading this, then you have survived the first four weeks of this study. For your diligence and commitment to the journey, I applaud you. I know it’s not an easy task to allow God to part the seas of life’s busyness and walk the hard path of trusting Him amid the chaos of this world. Whether you have done every day of homework or just a few or whether you have attended Bible study once, twice, or every week, I commend you...


Where Independence Meets Camaraderie by Jennifer Waddle
My husband banters with me every time someone in our family gets sick or has an unusual symptom, because he knows I will always have a few medical diagnoses in mind. But he laughs aloud when I combine the family’s symptoms into one terrible disease. (Who, me?) I like reading about medical stuff. I like looking up symptoms to find out what on earth it could be. Silly, (and dangerous), I know. But with that in mind, please allow me to offer a bit of information should you ever lose a toe...