is a student of the Word and worshiper of God, having been saved—from sin and God’s resulting just wrath in eternal damnation—because of the glorious gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Her writing can be found at Unlocking the Bible, For The Church, and Servants of Grace. For a number of years, she served on the leadership team with Hope Mommies, a non-profit organization bringing the hope of Christ to women and families who have experienced baby loss—also sharing a book for grieving mothers through this organization, Made for a Different Land: Eternal Hope for Baby Loss. She is also author of a Bible study on the book of Jude, slated to be released in January of 2020 (Moody Publishers). Her B.A. is in Ministry to Women from Moody Bible Institute, and she is a student in the M.A. in Theological Studies program at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

She and her husband, Tyler, reside in the Chicagoland area and have two dear daughters, one who lives in heaven and one who lives on earth.

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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.

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The Coalition on Revival’s statement 42 Essentials of a Christian Worldview and the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy’s Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy provide a summary of Lianna’s beliefs. Additionally, Lianna is a member of a church in association with the Evangelical Free Church of America.

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