HOUSTON -- Beth Moore, whose popular women's Bible studies are used in churches across the country, is launching an Internet-only study in September, according to LifeWay Christian Resources.

The first of 10 sessions in the "Believing God" study will be available online Sept. 26. Additional sessions will be posted weekly, according to a LifeWay news release.

Students will have unlimited access to all of the non-streaming resources in the study, including downloadable homework, session notes, and online Bible study tools. Each session's video and audio will be available twice to each user. Listening guides also are available.

The study costs $9.95 plus tax for those who register before Aug. 31. After that date, the study will cost $13.95 plus tax, according to the release.

The study focuses on the lives of Abraham, Moses and others from Hebrews 11 as examples of people who believed in God. Registration is available online.

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