The series features:
- Careful handling of Scripture
- Emphasis on application
- A blend of topical and biblical studies
- Solid Reformed teaching
- Exercises for both young believers and women ready to dig deeper
Summary: Ruvolo sets forth a clear and sound method of interpreting the Bible and applying it to daily life.
Summary: Explanations of why the Bible is unique and worthy of careful study. Insight to why the Bible is true, in it’s depiction of life and everything around us.
Summary: With tips and suggestions, this guide will motivate and inspire Bible study leaders, giving the confidence necessary to start a study on any book in the series.
Summary: This colorful, thirteen-lesson survey of the Gospels will bring you face to face with the central figure in all Scripture—Jesus Christ.
Summary: Many questions arise surrounding the topic of prayer. Carol J. Ruvolo explains the privilege, purpose, and content of God-honoring prayer in this uplifting study.
Summary: Ruvolo alerts us to the stumbling blocks of laziness, neglect, disease, and injury, and challenges us to lean on our Heavenly Trainer for his perfect strength.
Summary: Peter’s perspective on grace helped first-century Christians live out their high calling, even amid satanic attack. This perspective can do the same for twenty-first century believers.
Carol J. Ruvolo (BS and MBA, University of New Mexico) has taken graduate-level courses at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and several courses from Ligonier Ministries of Canada’s School of Theology. She has been teaching the Bible since 1983 and writing books on biblical themes since 1998. A longtime resident of Albuquerque, she now speaks at women’s conferences and retreats around the country. Though a devoted churchgoer from childhood, she did not experience God’s saving grace until she was an adult. Soon after her conversion, she quit her job at a national defense laboratory and began devoting her time to raising her daughter and studying the Scriptures. During the two years, she taught for the first time and realized that teaching is her spiritual gift.