She hungered and thirsted for the Word of truth and began studying the Bible.
“For ‘Whoever will call upon the name of the LORD will be saved’” Romans , (NASB).
“Therefore if anyone is in Christ, a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come” (2 Corinthians , NASB).
Kay Arthur’s exciting, practical approach to the Scriptures has influenced thousands to use the Inductive Bible Study Method in their personal studies.
Her distinguished Christian character, Bible teaching, championing of the Inductive Bible Study Method, and national radio and television programs motivate others to discover truth for themselves.
She had a religion but did not possess a relationship with God.
On the morning of July 16, 1963, she fell on her knees as a sinner and rose as pure and whole in the Lord’s sight.
God’s love poured down upon her in 1965 when she married a missionary with the Pocket Testament League named Jack Arthur.
Together they served as missionaries in Mexico for three and a half years until health issues led them back to the States.
In Chattanooga, Tennessee, Jack began managing a Christian radio station, and Kay began a teen Bible study.
Though the study started as a small gathering in the living room of the couple’s home, it soon grew from teens to college students to adults.
From the beginning of the gatherings Kay’s and Jack’s deepest desire was to establish people in God’s Word.