Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.

2 Timothy 2:15


Sheila Grieb Ministries is dedicated to teaching the truth of God's Word to women of all ages. Founded on 2 Timothy 2:15, Sheila believes that we are to "be diligent to present [ourselves] approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth."

It is the mission of this ministry to be a guide to your personal Bible study, to lead you into God's truth, help you understand how God's truth applies to everyday life, and help you find joy in God's presence.


God began preparing me for ministry at the tender age of 10-years-old. I loved pretending to be a teacher and the only material I had to teach my invisible students was the Bible. I am amazed as I look back how God prepared me all my life for the role I fulfill today.

As I grew in my local church, I was actively involved in Sunday school and Wednesday night Bible "Quizzing," which is the study of the Bible for young adults. So I've been studying the Bible most of my life. I began teaching adult Sunday school at age 20 and a few years later God began prompting me to start a women's Bible study for our church. Two years after the first (of many) promptings, I began that women's group. My current ministry grew from the frustration of the superficiality of many of the Bible studies on the market today. I am of the belief that the best place to learn about the Bible is from the Bible itself. And that's what "Woman's Walk(TM)" Bible studies were written to lead you through the Bible to find the meaning intended by the original author and to apply the truths learned to your everyday life.

Today, I live in Pennsylvania with my husband and three children. I use my personal Bible study time to make notes to format the Bible studies that eventually appear on this site.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to contact me anytime.


MARK: Following The Servant

Mark is the one of the earliest accounts of Jesus' life. Though it is the shortest of the four gospels, Mark's fast-paced, to-the-point style offers a comprehensive account of Jesus' life. His quick and bold message offers us a detailed portrait of Jesus' ministry.

Mark introduces us to the Servant-Messiah, the One who is always on the move, serving others. The One who "did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many" (Mark 10:45).

Mark's gospel illustrates the compassion, authority, and power of God through the many miracles Jesus performed. And it provides undeniable proof that Jesus is the Son of God and promised Messiah.

Mark's gospel gives a glimpse of Jesus' humanity recorded through Jesus' emotions, frustrations, and fears and shows that Jesus can relate to our own feelings, like despair, rejection, and sorrow.

"Follow Me" (1:17). This command sets the premise for the whole book. Mark's gospel teaches us what it means to follow Jesus and how to be a servant. It encourages us to continue following even when times get tough and life doesn't meet our expectations.



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