Erin Davis: It is the last session of Bible study. We have come to session 6 in the book of Ruth. I always ask the same question when I do Bible studies in my living room, and it’s this: “What are you going to study next?”

And then I say, “Don’t you dare close your Bible and wait for me to tell you when to open them again. You open your Bible the next day and the next day and the next day.”

So, Kristen, I’d love to know: What are you doing in Scripture next?

Kristen Clark: I have loved being in the Old Testament. I’m not sure what it is, but I think it’s going to be in the Old Testament, just digging in and just getting that context and seeing the gospel in the Old Testament and learning more about how it connects to the New Testament, seeing Christ in it. So, I don’t know—something in the Old. We’ll see.

Erin: There’s lots of good stuff in there.

Kristen: There’s so much.

Erin: I have a secret agenda, which is not that secret, which is to get women to fall in love with the Old Testament because it’s rich.

Gayle, where are you heading to next in Scripture?

Gayle Villalba: I knew you were going to ask.

I’ve been spending a lot of time in the Old Testament, so I am planning on getting into the New Testament and study more of the gospels. I just need …