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Kristie Anyabwile

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Why You Need To Understand Literary Genre - Kristie Anyabwile

Expositors Collective

"When I teach I want to keep in mind the GENRE of what I am teaching. I want to remember what the conventions are of that genre and how do they inform my understanding of this text? I’m trying to follow the logic of the author, how he structured what he wrote, and the questions he’s anticipating from his audience and how he answers them."  Kristie Anyabwile speaks with Mike about the role that genre plays in interpreting a passage's meaning, as well as the importance of feedback and peer review in the preparation process. She is married to Thabiti, a published author, bible teacher, and speaker. One of Kristie’s first opportunities to teach was at a women’s retreat. Despite not feeling fully prepared she took the opportunity and heard what initially seemed to be great feedback. Many of the women who attended complimented Kristie on her expositional teaching. Soon after, Kristie realized that there was so much more to teaching the Bible than accuracy. You have to reach the hearts of your audience. Since then, Kristie has grown into a more balanced teacher and credits a lot of this growth to the team of people she has around her. She’s focused on finding people to give her feedback from many points of view. This team approach has helped Kristie hone her delivery to be theologically sound, astute and precise, while remaining relatable to her audience. As an author, Kristie also places a big emphasis on genre when reading the bible or preparing a study. Genre provides context, structure and interpretation to the stories and passages she teaches. Kristie emphasizes the importance of understanding how the genre of the passage should inform the process of preparing to teach. "The Bible is one story, but people often think it’s one “thing”.  So when they read it they say “well, you read the Bible literally.” But if we read the whole Bible literally we would not be keeping genre in mind because, for example, we know that we don’t read things like poetry literally. Poetry gives us imagery, metaphors, and word pictures and they aren’t meant to be read literally. So we don’t read every book of the Bible literally, but we should read every book of the Bible “literarily”, meaning according to its literary genre. You get much more accuracy from how we read and understand the Bible when you consider genre."Kristie offers so many other wonderful insights Christians from all walks of life. You can listen to her teaching online or read her books for more. Further resources: Literarily: How Understanding Bible Genres Transforms Bible Study: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/literarily-kristie-anyabwile/1139862164Simeon Trust lectures:  https://simeontrust.org/resources/?_author_speaker=kristie-anyabwileHis Testimonies, My Heritage (book): https://www.amazon.com/His-Testimonies-My-Heritage-Women/dp/1784983756Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/kanyabwileRecommended episodes: Thabiti Anyabwile :  https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/5/4/baby-you-got-a-calling-thabiti-anyabwileGreg Jao (Sermon Feedback and Critique)  https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/4/6/collaboration-and-invitation-greg-jaoCheryl Brodersen (Learning from Spiritual Mothers) https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/2/23/learning-from-spiritual-mothers-cheryl-brodersen

59mins

26 Oct 2021

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Ep 40: The One Where Kristie Anyabwile and I Talk About Bible Study and Dependence on Christ

Lavish Hospitality

My friend Kristie Anyabwile joins me on the podcast today.  Kristie has helped me the last 3 years to study the Bible better and be a better student of the Bible.  Through her work with Simeon Trust I've gotten to know her and had her directly impact my Bible teaching abilities.  So grateful!She joins me today to talk about her forthcoming (Spring 2022) book on Bible genres and why knowing them will help you read the Bible more more accurately.  We also talk about painting our nails, reading, and other fun things!Kristie Anyabwile on AmazonKristie's churchKristie's websiteSimeon TrustLeland RykenOlive and June (I've heard good things from other friends too)Brownies she mentions She uses King Arthur Measure for Measure baking mix and 1 cup of chocolate chips and 1/2 cup pecans

34mins

26 Oct 2021

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Colossians and Philemon Week 2 with Kristie Anyabwile

She Reads Truth Podcast

On this week’s episode, Amanda wraps up our Colossians and Philemon series with Bible teacher, author, and speaker, Kristie Anyabwile. Together, they discuss Paul’s specific instructions to Philemon and the apostle’s other teachings directed towards members that made up a first-century household. Join in as Amanda and Kristie remind us that our position in Christ gives us the freedom to show God’s abundant love to others. Read with Us: This episode corresponds to Week 2 of the She Reads Truth Title Colossians and Philemon reading plan found on the She Reads Truth app and SheReadsTruth.com. Shop the Title collection at ShopSheReadsTruth.com. Show notes can be found at shereadstruth.com/podcast/colossians-and-philemon-week-2-with-kristie-anyabwile

1hr 5mins

23 May 2021

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Season 2, Episode 2: Kristie Anyabwile

Wycliffe Women of the Word Podcast

Jenn and Beth sit down with Bible teacher, author and speaker Kristie Anyabwile about her life and ministry, how her experience as a black woman in the U.S. shaped her interaction with Scripture and why it’s important for all of us, no matter our backgrounds, to learn from women of color. Learn more about Kristie at https://kristieanyabwile.com/. You can also check out the book that Kristie edited, “His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God.” Ad: “God in Full View” is Wycliffe Bible Translators USA’s interactive travel journal that explores 10 countries around the world. The free PDF features stunning photography, stories about people we’ve met in our travels in Bible translation, cultural recipes, greeting cards and other hidden treasures. Get it today! All guest views are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA. Wycliffe Bible Translators USA’s mission is to serve with the global body of Christ to advance Bible translation and work together so people can encounter God through his Word. Keep up with Wycliffe Women of the Word through interviews, articles and more at wycliffe.org/women. 

50mins

23 Apr 2021

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The Pastor’s Wife: Clergy Appreciation Month with Kristie Anyabwile

And The Church Said...

Author, Bible Teacher, and Pastor’s wife - Kristie Anyabwile - joins our conversation today. Kristie discusses how congregations and churches can love and appreciate their clergy by loving the pastor’s wife and family well. Resource shared:The Church Planting Wife:  Help and Hope for Her Heart by Christine Hoover Kristie Anyabwile - contact information: https://kristieanyabwile.com/https://instagram.com/kristieanyabwile?igshid=1mfd4lflf27z7https://twitter.com/kanyabwilehttps://www.facebook.com/kristie.anyabwilehttps://www.amazon.com/His-Testimonies-Heritage-Kristie-Anyabwile/dp/1784983756Information for Dr. Mohttps://www.drmoniquesmithgadson.com/Follow us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/And-The-Church-Said-Podcast-106848090932637https://instagram.com/drmoniquesmithgadson?igshid=1bmt2hei1j6i8https://twitter.com/DrMoSmithGadsonSupport And The Church Said:Cash App:  https://cash.app/$andthechurchsaidPayPal:  https://paypal.me/andthechurchsaid?locale.x=en_US

1hr 10mins

11 Oct 2020

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Friendships Between Generations: Women in the Church with Kristie Anyabwile

Good Enough

In this episode, Andrea Burke is joined by Kristie Anyabwile to talk about women in the church. Specifically, they discuss intergenerational friendships, mentoring, how to approach the topic with other women in your church, and more.Kristie Anyabwile is a pastor’s wife and the mother of Afiya, Eden, and Titus. She joyfully supports her husband of 24 years, Thabiti, as he pastors Anacostia River Church in Southeast Washington, DC. Kristie enjoys spending time with family, cooking, and discipling women, as well as speaking and writing about marriage, motherhood, and ministry. You can follow her on Twitter at @KAnyabwile.Books: His Testimonies, My HeritageWord-Filled Women's Ministry

1hr 6mins

9 Jul 2020

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Learning from Our Differences with Kristie Anyabwile

Daily Grace

Our world is diverse. People come from different cultures, are shaped by different experiences, and have different preferences and passions. Even within the body of Christ, there are a wide range of personalities! While differences can be good, they can also create tension that can give way to conflict/division. Kristie Anyabwile joins us today and offers us practical advice as to how we can embrace our differences, navigate the tension that can arise from our differences, and actually learn from those in the body who are different from us.  Connect with us:  www.dailygracepodcast.com www.thedailygraceco.com https://www.facebook.com/thedailygraceco/ https://www.instagram.com/thedailygraceco/ Questions? Email us!  podcast@thedailygraceco.com _______  Resources mentioned in this episode:  The Charles Simeon Trust His Testimonies, My Heritage Edited by Kristie Anyabwile  Unreal Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cups An American Marriage by Tayari Jones  A Praying Life by Paul Miller  @kristieanyabwile Scripture mentioned in this episode:  Psalm 19:1-2  Galatians 3:28  Acts 10:34-43  Revelation 7:9  Colossians 3:12-17  Proverbs 19:11  John 13:35  Acts 17:30-31  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. Communityt”.   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.

51mins

2 Jun 2020

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How Do I Pray for my Kids?: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Kristie Anyabwile | Ep. 155

Risen Motherhood

Prayer seems like one of the most basic parts of the Christian life, but it can also be one of the most confusing. What exactly is prayer? What should we pray for? Are there things we shouldn’t pray for? How do we teach our kids to pray? In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss these questions and more with Kristie Anyabwile. Kristie shares from her wisdom and experience, encouraging us to go boldly and confidently to the Lord in prayer. We don’t have to do it perfectly, because we have a perfect Savior who is always interceding for us! We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Get Jen Oshman's new book, Enough about Me: Finding Lasting Joy in the Age of Self, 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 3, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

38mins

4 Mar 2020

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Episode 36: Kristie Anyabwile

The Lydia Project

From miscarriage to mentorship: Kristie shares how losing her first child in miscarriage led her and her husband to the foot of the cross. Kristie's work in church ministry, alongside her husband, Thabiti, has equipped her with life experience and biblical knowledge that has her passionate about the Bible and passionate about mentoring. She is particularly encouraged when women mentor other women in a way that leads them to a deeper relationship with God and a better understanding of His word. This passion has also led her to publish a devotional on Psalm 119 written solely by women of colour. Listen here as Kristie shares her journey. EPISODE NOTES: Kristie Anyabwile remembers saying evening prayers every night by her bedside with her grandma. Her grandma was her first Christian influence, but it was only years later, as a newly-married woman suffering the trauma of a recent miscarriage, that Kristie came to truly understand who Jesus was. From the time she and her husband were first rocked by the gospel message they heard on television until this day, Kristie continues to live in the light of that same gospel. Three kids and a few moves later, Kristie’s ministry in the Lord revolves around her family; Anacostia River Church in southeast Washington where she disciples and teaches women in her church, and joyfully supports her husband of 28 years, Thabiti, as he pastors the church; and the work of the Charles Simeon Trust – an organisation that seeks to equip lay folk with Bible reading and teaching skills.  Close to her heart is the practice of women mentoring other women. In this interview, Kristie speaks about what that can look like. Kristie also shares about the recently released devotional she was privileged to see through from conception to reality.  “His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God is a collection of devotions by a diverse group of women of colour—African-Americans, Hispanic, Caribbean, and Asian women. Contributors include Kristie Anyabwile, Jackie Hill-Perry, Trillia Newbell, Elicia Horton, Christina Edmondson, Blair Linne, and more. It is a faithful exposition of Psalm 119 and incorporates each contributor’s cultural expression both within the teaching and as they bring the word of God to bear on their lives. Readers will be thrilled and encouraged by hearing God speak through his word as it is expounded by these faithful women teachers, and they will long for more.”* ENDORSEMENTS: His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God “A rich collection of wise, talented voices. My soul has been refreshed by this timely reminder of God’s kind and gracious provision for his people through his word. It’s been a while since I’ve read a book that so emphasized the sufficiency and relevancy of Scripture for today’s problems. – KATE MOTAUNG, Author, A Place to Land: A Story of Longing and Belonging; Co-Author, Influence “His Testimonies My Heritage is an edifying book. What the essayists in this collection have in common are two things: they are all women of color, and they all write out of deep and moving experience of joyfully coming under the authority of holy Scripture.” – D.A. CARSON, President, The Gospel Coalition “This book is like entering a type of class reunion, where the various shades of skin are beautifully enveloped in the exact same grace blanket. I feel comfortable and in very good company. Our Father doesn’t ignore our context or race-linked struggles when speaking to us about his testimonies, and he soothes us through each other. I invite you to join my sisters and be encouraged and uplifted by looking at his eternal truth through these eyes.” – AIXA DE LOPEZ, Author; Speaker; Board Member, Christian Alliance for Orphans LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: The Revenge of Conscience, by J. Budziszewski Anacostia River Church in Washington DC Charles Simeon Trust  His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God, edited by Kristie Anyabwile SHOW SNIPPETS: "I guess part of it is just hoping that we would open our eyes a little bit more in our local context and see who God has placed right in front of us, and that we would take the steps and the initiative to learn from one another." "I didn’t notice that there is so much that I learn from older women in my life by them just talking to me and telling me about their life." "She was the kind of person who, just in normal conversation, was pouring out wisdom that she did not even recognise." "All of us, in the body of Christ, can only (but) benefit when we learn from someone outside of our own culture." Can't see clickable links? Copy and paste this into your browser: tlpcwcw.podbean.com

55mins

18 Sep 2019

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At The Table With Kristie Anyabwile

At The Table: The Podcast of the SBC Women's Leadership Network

Kristie Anyabwile joins us on the show today to talk about how to engage the conversation of diversity well. She also shares about her new book that just released Sept. 1st titled "His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God." Kristie lives in Washington, DC, with her husband Thabiti. They have three children. Kristie is an author, popular conference speaker, and Bible teacher and tweets @kanyabwileGet your copy of her new book at https://www.thegoodbook.com/his-testimonies-my-heritage.

45mins

3 Sep 2019

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