On today’s podcast, Kelly and Elizabeth talk to Jen Wilkin about her new book Ten Words to Live By. We invite you to discover the Ten Commandments — ten words often misunderstood, forgotten, or ignored — and helps believers delight in the life-giving wisdom they hold for all whom Christ has set free. You will learn how the Old Testament is relevant, how the law gives freedom, and what the birth of a nation means. Jen Wilkin is the author of Women of the Word, None Like Him, In HisImage, Better, God of Creation, God of Covenant, Sermon on the Mount, and 1Peter. She lives in Dallas, Texas. You can find her at JenWilkin.net. 10 Words to Live By God of Deliverance OBS God of Covenant The post MARKED | Jen Wilkin appeared first on Lifeway Women.
Thou Shalt Not Lie: Slander, Silence, & Manipulation with Jen Wilkin
“Do not bear false witness against your neighbor” (9th commandment). What does that even mean? Are we good if we just don’t spread lies about our neighbors? Are the 10 commandments something we even need to pay attention to on this side of the cross? Jen Wilkin helps us understand the purpose behind the law, and how we should view it today. She expounds on the 9th commandment, and we may be surprised at what all it entails. In fact, we may be shocked to realize it’s a besetting sin in our lives! Connect with us: www.dailygracepodcast.com www.thedailygraceco.com https://www.facebook.com/thedailygraceco/ https://www.instagram.com/thedailygraceco/ Questions? Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org _______ Resources mentioned in this episode: Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin Ten Words to Live By: Delighting in and Doing What God Commands by Jen Wilkin “Train a Child in the Way He Should Speak” Session by Jen Wilkin at TGC 2019 The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel James Brown Lab Girl by Hope Jahren @jenwilkin Jen Wilkin on Facebook Knowing Faith Podcast Scripture mentioned in this episode: Proverbs 18:17 Romans 12:10 James 3:1-12 Connect with us: Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and click subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app. If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast). Or follow us on Spotify! We would love if you took a few minutes to leave us an iTunes review to help spread the word about Daily Grace! We want to invite more women into our conversations! Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download. On Android, click here to download. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox. Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook. Follow on Instagram for the latest updates on the podcast and The Daily Grace Co. Engage with our Facebook community, “The Daily Grace Co. Community”. Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths. Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support the production of this podcast! The opinions of guests on the Daily Grace podcast do not represent the opinions of The Daily Grace Co., and we do not necessarily endorse the resources that they recommend or mention on the show. We believe it is valuable to hear from a variety of guests, even if we do not agree in all areas. As always, the statements made by hosts and guests on the show should be tested against God's Word, the only authority on truth.
In this episode, Jen Wilkin discusses a well-known yet, according to Jen, often misunderstood and misapplied section of Scripture: the Ten Commandments. She explains why the Ten Commandments are more interesting and more applicable than we might think, what's wrong with the way we often talk about the Law and the dangers of legalism, and what it really means to take the Lord's name in vain.Jen Wilkin is the author of Ten Words to Live By: Delighting in and Doing What God Commands.Read the full transcript.If you enjoyed this episode be sure to leave us a review, which helps us spread the word about the show!
We’ve all heard it before: Christianity isn’t about following rules, it’s about a relationship. Unfortunately, the rise in popularity of this phrase coincides with a growing disinterest and misunderstanding about the role of God’s life-giving, perfect law in the Christian life. Rather than the source of joy it was intended to be, the law is viewed as an angry god’s restrictions for a rebellious people.Jen Wilkin wants to change that. In her new book, Ten Words to Live By: Delighting in and Doing What God Commands, she presents a fresh biblical look at the Ten Commandments, showing how they come to bear on our lives today as we seek to love God and others, to live in joyful freedom, and to long for that future day when God will be rightly worshiped for eternity. Her aim with the book is to help listeners learn to see the law of God as a feast for their famished souls, open to anyone who calls on the name of the Lord.Interested in listening to the entire book? Learn more about the audio book today!If you enjoyed this episode be sure to leave us a review, which helps us spread the word about the show!
Today we’re chatting with Jen Wilkin about the character of God as well as the law! Jen Wilkin is an author and Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas. Jen is the author of Women of the Word, None Like Him, In His Image, and her forthcoming book Ten Words to Live By. She is also a co-host of one of our favorite podcasts, Knowing Faith! An advocate for Bible literacy, Jen’s passion is to see others become articulate and committed followers of Christ with a clear understanding of why they believe what they believe, grounded in the word of God. You can find her at JenWilkin.net. FULL SHOW NOTES DISCUSSION QUESTIONS How does growing in our understanding of God’s character help us to fear the Lord rightly? How does it lead us to worship? Do you tend to focus primarily on one attribute of God’s character? Why do you think this is? How can you grow in your understanding of God’s character and attributes? Where in Scripture do you most clearly see the character of God? Consider memorizing this passage. What are you going to do or implement as a result of what you’ve learned this week? SPONSORS BJU Press Homeschool is a Christian curriculum publisher that creates educational materials for students from preschool through twelfth grade. Their mission is to help parents raise children who love learning and can think for themselves from a Biblical worldview. Learn more at bjupresshomeschool.com/go/Journeywomen and download a free “New to homeschooling eBook.” Prep Dish is a healthy subscription-based meal planning service that will help you save time and money! Check out PrepDish.com/journey to try a free two week trial out today! Dwell is an audio Bible app whose mission is simple: to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word. Go to dwellapp.io/journeywomen to get 10% off a yearly subscription, or 33% off Dwell for life. FOR MORE Subscribe: iTunes | Android Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook Support the podcast by writing a review Interviews do not imply Journeywomen’s endorsement of all writings and positions of the interviewee or any other resources mentioned. Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support Journeywomen!
www.graceenoughpodcast.com Jen Wilkin joins me to talk about diving into the Scriptures and the risk of a diet made up of mostly devotional reading vs. God's Word. Questions Jen and I Discussed: (1:41) When did you come to know Jesus? (3:15) What prompted you to begin leading Bible Studies and what did those early days look like? (7:36) How would you encourage busy women who struggle to spend time consistently reading and studying the Bible? (12:06) Your books, particularly Women of The Word and None Like Him, have been "go to" resources for me in my own time with Jesus. What led to the writing of those books? (17:04) You recently wrote a piece titled, "Your Devotional Is Not A Bible." Share a little about that piece and the importance of not using a devotional as a substitute for God's Word? (19:53) As we close, if someone is listening today and simply feels discouraged when they think about reading the Bible, what are a few simple steps that can take to begin? Quotes to Remember:"I remember [when] one girl showed up, because everybody else had something that came up. And so I taught one girl in my living room, and we just started going through books of the Bible." "I think there's a myth out there that personal Bible study time is the sweet spot and the reality is the Bible is meant to be understood in community. There is a role for personal study time, but but it to be pointing us toward a shared conversation around the scriptures." SHOW NOTES cont.Related Episodes:95: Nancy Guthrie | God Does His Best Work With Empty 96: Alisa Childers | Truth In Response To Progressive Christianity 35: Sharon Hodde Miller | Why We Love to Be Liked and How God Calls Us To More Follow Jen Wilkin on Twitter and at jenwilkin.net ----------------------------------------------- Follow Grace Enough Podcast on IG and FB ------------------------------------------------
Don’t Take My Word for It with Jen Wilkin | Ep. 178
Can a mom really develop a personal understanding of the Bible in the season of young children? In this episode, Emily and Laura chat with author and Bible teacher, Jen Wilkin, about her passion for biblical literacy. Jen encourages moms to pursue a firsthand knowledge of scripture and gives practical examples of what this might look like. She offers encouragement to set aside larger blocks of time, get involved in a structured study with accountability, and consistently consume the word whenever and wherever you can. If you haven't been sure how an understanding of scripture can impact your role as a mom, you'll be so challenged and encouraged by this interview! Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter R|M Resources for Advent We’re grateful to Moody Publishers, who recently published Motherhood Without All the Rules by Maggie Combs, for helping make this week’s show possible! In this new book, Maggie invites you to find freedom from society's rules for motherhood by finding freedom in Christ through obedience to God and his word.
MARKED | Lifeway Women Live Interview – Jen Wilkin and Kristi McLelland
We were excited to sit down in the “Nerd Zone” with Jen Wilkin and Kristi McLelland during Lifeway Women Live to talk about Bible study and women in the Bible […] The post MARKED | Lifeway Women Live Interview – Jen Wilkin and Kristi McLelland appeared first on Lifeway Women.
Jen Wilkin: The Next Generation and the Word of God
Next Gen on Mission
Jen Wilkin says the next generation is ready to be taken seriously and that it’s time to defeat the misconception that they don’t want to be serious about God or God’s Word. Jen is an author and Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas, and a member of The Village Church. In this episode, she chats with Shane Pruitt about the importance of teaching the Word of God to them in such a way that helps them have an accurate understanding of God’s identity.
JOE Listeners, you showed us in February that this was one of your favorites, so here is the replay for all those who are new to JOE. Bible teacher and author Jen Wilkin is on JOE today talking about, not only her new Bible study Better: A Study of Hebrews, but also the important topic of Biblical literacy. Oh and by the way, she is so fun so listen up! Learn more about Jen at: Twitter Instagram Facebook Better: A Study of Hebrews Website Learn more about Lisa at LisaWhittle.com Produced by Unmutable™