Faithfully teaching the Scriptures to those who will faithfully teach them to othersRead October 2020 Newsletter
and what we do
Ancient Words Ministries is a non-denominational Christian ministry that is dedicated to teaching God’s Word to believers who are committed to teaching it to others. Our methodology begins with our Principles of Bible Study course that equips students to accurately interpret God's Word. As students become proficient in their Bible study skills, they are able to nourish themselves from the Word and accurately teach it to others. Furthermore, they are able to assess the accuracy of other teachings and defend against false teaching.More Information
The Principles of Bible Study course leads students through a practical methodology for studying the Scriptures with the goal of understanding the message and applying it to daily living. Rather than being a Bible study or series of Bible studies, the intent is to teach students how to study God's Word on their own. It is similar to the old proverb, "Give a boy a fish and he'll eat for a day; teach a boy to fish and he'll eat for a lifetime." Our goal is to teach men and women how to continually feast on God's Word and be nourished for an entire lifetime.More Course Information
Our long-term goal is to be faithful in our daily work as we…
...with the intent of establishing believers on the foundation of God’s Word.
Our work is made possible by the support of generous donors who believe in the work and mission of Ancient Words. We would love to have you join us in this work – if you are interested in partnering with us, you can donate online or by mail using the information to the right. Feel free to contact us with any inquiries or questions!
Ancient Words Ministries
PO Box 26864
Benbrook, TX 76126-9998
Please make checks payable to Ancient Words Ministries
Ancient Words Ministries, Inc. is exempt form Federal Income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible under section 170 of the Code.
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