Blog Tour for Kathy Howard’s – God’s Truth Revealed

Today, I am honored to be a part of a blog tour for Kathy Howard’s new book, God’s Truth Revealed. I’ll be giving away a copy of the book, so if you would like to be in the drawing for it, please leave a comment at the end of this post.

Q: Many people in today’s culture don’t believe truth exists, that at best it’s relative. Why does the title of your new Bible study imply just the opposite?

The desire to be our own boss and decide truth for ourselves comes from our flawed human nature. But, we can’t wish away absolute truth simply because we may not like it. If an all-powerful, Creator God exists – and there is plenty of evidence, including scientific evidence to support His existence – then He has the absolute right to decide absolute truth. The wonderful thing is we can know this truth and we can know God. God has revealed His truth about life, faith, and eternity to us in the Bible.

Q: What compelled you to write a book on this subject?

It was simple need. God was sending people to our church who had never studied the Bible before. They wanted to know about Jesus and Christianity but they were starting at square one. I researched the available materials and even used some. However after teaching a couple of groups of spiritual seekers I realized the material was insufficient for their needs. It did not answer all their questions. It did not take them far enough or challenge them to make a decision for Christ. So, I began to write to fill the need.

Q: What is the main theme or point that you want readers to walk away with?

The sole purpose of this book is to guide people into a relationship with Jesus. Every individual needs to be reconciled to God through a relationship with Jesus Christ. We were created by God and for God. This life is incomplete without Him and eternity hangs in the balance.

Q: What makes your book different than other books similar to yours that are in circulation today?

God’s Truth Revealed is grounded in Scripture. Instead of using questions about faith and life to determine the course of the book, GTR uses God’s story from Creation to the beginning of the Church to clearly and systematically present the Gospel. In doing so, the questions about life are also answered.

God’s Truth Revealed understands that faith in God is not illogical. The study provides historical evidence and facts to support creation, the reliability of the Bible, and the life of Jesus. In fact, the first lesson explores the existence of God and the meaning of faith. I am certainly not an expert in apologetics or science but the book is filled with facts and information from people who are.

Each session also includes the story of a real person’s spiritual journey. For instance, in the first session we meet Victor who was raised by an atheist father. Even though he grew up being told there is no God he always sensed there was something greater than this physical life. We hear all about Victor’s searching and spiritual journey and how He ultimately found Jesus. We also meet Greg who grew up in the church but didn’t know Jesus until he was an adult. And there’s Karen who lived for years with her husband in the spiritual darkness of a nudist camp until God’s light found her.

All these stories emphasize that each person’s spiritual journey is unique. God’s truth is the same, but He finds each of us where we are and then draws us to where He is.

Q: Tell me a little more about yourself, your writing and ministry.

I’ve been married for 26 years. We have three children and one wonderful son-in-law. My husband’s job has moved us five times. Currently, I am on staff at our church in West Texas. I have a passion for studying and teaching God’s Word, which I have been doing for twenty years. A number of years ago God led me to better equip myself for His calling. I enrolled in seminary and graduated in 2004 with a Masters in Religious Education and a certificate in Women’s Ministry.

My first Bible study, Before His Throne, was released in January 2008. This in-depth study explores the book of Malachi to discover the joy and blessing of fearing God. I also have a third study in the works that’s due to be released early in 2011.

A Little Bit About Kathy:

Kathy Howard, a Bible study author and speaker, has been teaching the Bible for over 20 years. She’s taught a wide range of topics to an even wider range of students – everything from basic Bible stories at a middle school to teacher training for church leaders. Kathy particularly enjoys speaking at women’s events and retreats to encourage them in their faith. She has a Masters in Christian Education from the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary and serves on a church staff in West Texas.

Kathy and her husband have three children and one son-in-law. When the family gets together there are also four dogs in the mix. Kathy writes to have something to do while drinking coffee. Find out about her Bible studies and speaking ministry and get discipleship and leader helps at her website: Find out more about God’s Truth Revealed at

On a personal note: I’ve been so impressed with Kathy’s new book that I want to email every church leader possible and recommend it they use it for their “New Members” or “New Believers” discipleship ministry. God’s Truth Revealed grounds new and old believers alike, in the faith. A great foundational resource!


  1. Wow, I am definitely keeping this book in mind. I'm at a place in my life where I am having to look at things and ask, “Ok, what is true and what is a lie?”

    I'm not doubting my faith. Not at all. But I find that sometimes, we compromise in little areas. We choose to believe lies that don't seem that big.

    So while I'm not a new believer, the 'truth is relative' is something I think I may have bought into.

    I absolutely loved what Kathy said here:

    >> All these stories emphasize that each person’s spiritual journey is unique. God’s truth is the same, but He finds each of us where we are and then draws us to where He is. << More and more, I find that is true. Thanks for sharing this. I'll definitely be on the look out for that book in my local bookstore. 🙂 Deb

  2. I look forward to reading the book. I don't care how long you've been a believer in Christ or how strong you think your faith/walk with Christ is, we all need to be reminded and refresh our belief system. This will also help us as we minister to new believers. Thanks, Kathy, for seeing the need and doing as God directs. Thanks, Stephanie, for sharing about a book that might not have hit my radar otherwise.

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