Equipping Eve is a ministry for ladies who love the Lord. Equipping Eve exists to equip women with "fruits of truth" from God's Word so that they will be prepared to stand strong in an age that is ripe with deception.
The shelves of Christian bookstores are filled with so-called “Bible study” books, but can you effectively study the Bible without these resources? In this episode, we talk a bit about some methods for Bible study that focus on the most important thing: the Word.
Erin isn't church shopping, but she has been visiting other churches to observe their style of worship. Listen in as she describes what almost brought her to tears during one of these excursions, and open the Bible with her as she examines this church's teaching and holds it to the only true standard, God's Word.
The professing Christian community has a variety of views on baptism. In recent years, there was some controversy surrounding so-called “spontaneous baptisms,” but what does the Bible say about this commanded practice?
Was Jesus the first transgender man? Was Eve the first human clone? Ladies, as the world grows darker, let’s be equipped to shine the light of the truth of God’s Word, and let’s resolve to never waver from that truth.
Have you ever heard someone say something like, "You should visit our church, the worship is amazing!"? Usually when we hear this, the person is referring to the music and worship team, but is this the true definition of worship, or is worshiping God more than merely singing? In this episode, Erin opens the Scriptures to determine the meaning of true worship.
“The mission of amusement produces no converts.” These words are starkly true, yet today’s evangelicalism sees this “gospel of amusement” spreading more rapidly day by day and year by year. What are the consequences?
It’s not often that Erin climbs on the abortion soapbox, but in this episode she discusses some recent advances in telemedicine that are making abortion drugs more accessible to patients. Open up the Bible and be reminded that God is the Author of life, and that life begins at conception.
It’s easy for Christians to become complacent in matters of “familiar” theology, but we must never tire of considering Christ and His work. So let’s talk about the cross. What is it, and why is it so important to Christians?