Network of Glory is an online Bible teaching ministry founded by Lola Richey. This ministry loves God wholeheartedly (Matthew 22:37) and seeks to bring glory to God (1 Corinthians 10:31). Network of Glory is devoted to teaching the uncompromising truths of God’s Word in a simple and easy to understand style and loving people (John 13:34-35). This ministry is committed to investing in the Spiritual lives of all people through uplifting Biblical teaching to experience God’s love!
Lola Richey is a native and lifelong resident of South Carolina and a believer in Jesus Christ. She is a graduate of Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an Accounting Concentration. Ms. Richey obtained her law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law (Juris Doctorate) and Masters of Taxation (LL.M.) from the University of Florida College of Law. Ms. Richey is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in the State of Maryland and has studied at Erskine Theological Seminary in Due West, South Carolina. She is a Gulf War Veteran serving as a Hospital Corpsman and as a United States Naval Officer (Supply Corp).
Ms. Richey founded the Network of Glory with the purpose of teaching people to love and live God’s Word wholeheartedly. She has written numerous books and Bible studies, including Knowing the Gospel, Quick Church, Essences of Love and Understanding the Holy Spirit. She is married to Rodney W. Richey and
People have many beliefs and ideas about Jesus. This new book reveals that Jesus has come not to abolish or end the Law and the Prophets but fulfill the Bible.
This book explains the importance of honoring God in our daily lives before all else, including our families. As we honor God in all our daily ways, God will bless and honor us with His grace. This paper surveys a careless father and his sinful sons’ failure to honor God.
The four Gospel New Testament writers were evangelist and they were calling readers to a commitment and faith in Jesus. Mark wrote his Gospel for the Romans, and his theme is Jesus the Servant (Mark 10:45).
This book will survey the underlying problems facing the first century church of Corinth and how the church today can benefit from Apostle Paul’s teachings to the Corinthian church to reflect selflessness and the lifestyle of Jesus Christ to the world.
God's Handwriting provides an understanding of God's Ten Commandment and the Ten Commandments' application to the New Testament believer in Jesus Christ and His church.
The book Apostle Paul’s Understanding of the Law in Romans gives a great overview of Christians' responsibility and use of the Old Testament law given their new freedom by faith in Jesus Christ.
Every woman wants to be beautiful! However, God gives a different description of His ideal woman in Proverbs 31. Discover the true meaning of beauty that lasts eternity.
From the human point of view, life does appear meaningless; and it is easy for us to get negative. The good news is that life is “not meaningless” if we live a life loving God, and that is what the book of Ecclesiastes teaches in this neglected and often misunderstood book. The purpose of the book of Ecclesiastes is to investigate life as a whole to find meaning in life. Is life worth living, or what is life’s profit? The book of Ecclesiastes sets out to investigate thoroughly what makes life worth living and to find meaning in life. The book establishes the utter meaningless of life not centered on God but based upon things like earthly possessions, ambitions, and status. The message of Ecclesiastes is for today. The Teacher sounds modern because he so vividly captures the despair of the world without God. The difference, though, is that the Teacher did believe God exists but the Teacher questions God’s love and concern for the world (Ecclesiastes 5:1-7). Amazingly, the book of Ecclesiastes strikes a responsive chord in all ages. Even today, its words show up in songs and speeches year after year.
The book of Zechariah describes the blessings that come to those nations that learn God’s righteousness and worships God with a pure heart. All nations will then come to Jerusalem to worship the King, the Lord of hosts (Zechariah 14:16).