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A note from Lianna about what you’ll read here—

A few years ago, my husband, Tyler, and I had a conversation about what our most worshipful times of the Lord had been. I found myself responding: “Writing papers for Bible and theology classes.”

I am utterly interested in learning about God. And all that I learn grows my love for Him. In short, I think, study, converse, and read about theology in order to know Him (Proverbs 2:1-5; Jeremiah 9:23-24; Ephesians 1:17; John 17:3; Hosea 6:3; Psalm 111:2). The more of Him I behold, the further I am changed to be the person, the worshiper, God created me to be—doctrine leading to doxology.

Since growing my understanding in doctrine and theology affords this to me, as a writer I think no less of what might be a joy for others to read as well (1 John 1:4). Yet, even more, my writing is a response to God’s great worthiness to be known and worshiped by the people of His creation: “God is great, and greatly to be praised!” (Psalm 145:3a).

All His best to you in your studies of the Word.