Inheritance: First Peter Bible Study Day 1



An excerpt:

We all like to collect things. My brother likes action figures. My mom has an entire closet filled with handbags and purses. I like collecting postcards and things that have some kind of memory behind them. However, the things we collect are just that. Things. As much as love as we give to these things, they will eventually go away.

But God’s love for us? Jesus’s infinite mercy? A new life in Heaven? These things will last forever. It’s these things that keep us through the good times and the bad. It’s what gave hope to the martyrs of the church, like St. Joan of Arc and St. Maximilian Kolbe.


Read the rest here!


Living a Christ-Filled Life: Introduction to My 1st Peter Bible Study


The introduction to my First Peter Bible study can be found here.

Don’t forget to also get the free study journal that goes along with the series of meditations, follow the playlist on Spotify, and follow the Heart of Mary Women’s Fellowship on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Get A Catholic Bible Study and Study Journal For Absolutely Free!




A few months ago, I started contributing Bible study meditations to the Heart of Mary Women’s Fellowship, a Catholic Bible study site for women. Not only do they have free Bible studies, but all Bible studies from the upcoming one onward will come with a free study journal!

For the first time, I got to write my very own Bible study! My study on 1st Peter starts July 13th, which is incidentally my half-birthday.

A sneak preview:

Many people have this misconception that having a life in faith is easy, borderline childish, naive, and stupid. In reality, life as a Christian is a constant challenge. For one thing, God constantly pushes us outside of our comfort zones and asks us change. Most of us don’t like to change unless we feel that it’s absolutely necessary. But as C.S. Lewis said ““I didn’t go to religion to make me happy. I always knew a bottle of port would do that. If you want a religion to make you feel really comfortable, I certainly don’t recommend Christianity.”

1 Peter could be considered a short guide to living a Christ-filled life.

I also have an accompanying playlist for my 1st Peter study on Spotify. Just click on the Spotify link here to follow it!

On top of all that, Heart of Mary is also having a weekly photo challenge on Instagram. Follow them here and join in!