Janet Denison teaches others to live an authentic faith through her writing, speaking, and teaching ministry. For almost thirty years, she has been writing and teaching Bible study. 

She has a weekly blog and has been a regular contributor at Christian Parenting. She is the author of an annual Advent book and Content to Be Good, Called to Be Godly, among other books. 

Janet and her husband, Dr. Jim Denison, live in Dallas, Texas. When they’re not writing or ministering to others, they enjoy spending time with their grown children and their four still-growing grandchildren. 
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The Book of Romans

Some have described Romans as Paul’s masterpiece, and we think by the end of this study we will all understand why this is true. Romans is lengthy and often studied in sections or in topical studies.

However, there is great merit to looking at Paul’s letter as he intended it to be read—from start to finish.

Join Janet as she takes you on a verse-by-verse journey through Romans, answering questions like…

“Why do some people go to heaven and others do not?”
“Why is faith in Jesus the only way a person can go to heaven?”
“Why do Christians believe that Jesus is God’s holy Son?”
“Why do you believe what you believe?”
In many ways, helping believers explain what they believe was the purpose for Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. He also wrote the book of Romans during a time when it was very unpopular to be a Christian. Sound familiar?

We’re living in a time when following Jesus is becoming less and less popular by the day. This is why The Book of Romans: A Call to Be a Holy People is so timely—and important.

When the apostle Paul wrote his epistle to Rome, he had no idea that people would be studying it as Scripture, but God did.

This letter was preserved for all of us, and we know you will be blessed by its teaching!

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Content To Be Good, Called To Be Godly

I wrote this book for those who have a personal relationship with God but want to walk with him on a higher level of Christian maturity. Spiritual growth can be like physical growth. Children mature naturally and rapidly. One day we are reaching down to tie a shoe and soon we find ourselves reaching up to adjust a mortarboard or wedding veil. The changes from youth to adulthood are easy to measure and natural to expect. Maturity becomes more of a choice in our adult years.

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