My BFF

My husband was in the Navy for 23 years. As you can imagine, we made a few moves during that time. Not as many as most Navy families, but we still changed addresses a few times – especially during the first 10 years of our marriage. I started doing Precept Bible studies when we lived in Montgomery, AL. After that, whenever we moved, I would find a Precept group in our new area and join it. There’s nothing like a good Bible study group to help hold you accountable to your studies.

I found myself on more than one occasion in a strange church in a strange town sitting in a room full of strangers. There would be a class discussion. Then, as most Precept Bible studies do, we would watch a teaching video. In that moment, Kay’s familiar (and beautiful) face would come on the television screen and she would begin teaching in her familiar, comforting voice. Suddenly in the midst of all the unfamiliarity, I was at home. I was not among strangers but among friends and sisters in Christ. Kay was my friend who moved with me everywhere I went.

Now you can meet Kay at oneplace.com. You can listen to the daily broadcast of her radio program Precepts for Life, watch her teaching video, download Precept’s ministry newsletter, and connect with a variety of other resources offered by Precept Ministries International.

So now you can take Kay with you wherever you go. But she’s my BFF.

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