Joshua: All God's Good Promises (Living Word Bible Studies)
Nielson, Kathleen Buswell
"This study brings you face to face with the promise-keeping God of Joshua and of today. From the first lesson, where we learn of God's promise to Joshua to be with him wherever he goes as he leads the people to the Promised Land; through the middle lessons of God's faithful leading, and victory, and sometimes defeat for the people; to the final lesson of the people's response to Joshua's charge 'to choose,' we are challenged to respond in faith and obedience to this same 'faithful, powerful, covenant-keeping God.' This study encourages and inspires love for and faith in this God who never changes, who will fulfill all His promises. We see this God and are changed!"See All
director of women's Bible study, Village 7 Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs, CO
"Kathleen Nielson's study books are all designed to encourage not only daily interaction but more importantly personal engagement with the Word of God. Her theology is sound, the format is unique, and the results can be life-changing. Joshua: All God's Good Promises is an invaluable asset for personal spiritual maturation and for enhancing any disciple making ministry."See All
Dr. Harry L. Reeder
III, Sr. Pastor, Briarwood Presbyterian Church
"Dr. Kathleen Nielson uses her great love and understanding of literature to lead us into rich study of Holy Scripture. Her studies highlight the importance of meditation and self-discovery while providing just enough gentle guidance always to steer us to the Good Shepherd as our hope and strength. These studies will open minds to understanding the excellencies of God's Word and open hearts to the wonders of his salvation."See All
President of Covenant Seminary
Joshua: All God's Good Promises leads through a detailed study of this Old Testament book about God's unfailing promises to his people. Each lesson's five days of questions (along with helpful comments and context) guide in a process of careful examination and application of the biblical text. Close attention is given to the shape and development of the narrative - as Joshua leads across the Jordan, through the conquest of the land, and into the settled rest of the inheritance promised them.
About the Author
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Kathleen Nielson holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in literature from Vanderbilt University and a B.A. from Wheaton College. She has taught in the English departments at Vanderbilt University, Bethel College (Minnesota), and Wheaton College. She is the author of numerous Bible studies and has published two books on biblical poetry, as well as various articles and poems. Kathleen has directed and taught women's Bible studies at several churches, speaks extensively at women's conferences and retreats, and serves on the board of trustees of Wheaton College and on the board of directors of Focus on the Family. Kathleen is married to Dr. Niel Nielson, president of Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. Kathleen and Niel have three sons.