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Journeywomen


Mar 15, 2021

Today we’re chatting with Mary Kassian about knowing God by name. Mary is an award-winning author and Bible teacher who speaks to women around the world about living out their faith, especially about what it means to be a woman according to God's design. She has published several books and Bible studies, including Girls Gone Wise, The Feminist Mistake, and Knowing God by Name: A Personal Encounter (which we talk about more in this episode!). You can see more from Mary at her website.

 

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  • Is it significant to you that God reveals himself to you by name? Why or why not?
  • Why is it important that you speak of God with reverence, no matter which name you use for him?
  • As you read Scripture, which names of God stand out to you?
  • How can knowing more about God point you to his Son, Jesus?
  • What are you going to do or implement as a result of what you’ve learned this week?

 

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