Furthering our mission to help people understand the core truths of the Christian faith, our 10-week Bible studies are designed with several things in mind: First, to advance the gospel, the good news capable of renewing our lives and the church. Second, to speak to honest questions, addressing the concerns of committed Christians, skeptics, and everyone in between. Third, to enable healthy discipleship as we show how doctrine naturally arises out of the Bible’s narrative of Jesus and his saving work. And finally, to be useful in a variety of settings, including personal devotions, Sunday school classes, Bible study groups, and informal gatherings.
The Gospel of John is often recommended as the best place to start for a new believer, and yet its rich truths can’t be exhausted, even by someone who’s been walking with Jesus for decades. Exploring key biblical themes such as salvation, sanctification, and especially the deity, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, The Gospel of John Bible study is a great resource to grow in your knowledge and understanding of God’s Word.
With sixty-six books written over more than a thousand years by multiple authors, the Bible is more like a library than a book, and because of this, many people struggle to make sense of it. Our How to Read the Bible study will introduce you to the history of the Bible, key concepts that help tie the Old and New Testaments into one cohesive whole, and key ideas from the mains sections of the Bible. This study will help you grow in confidence as you read the Bible with greater understanding.
Paul writes his letter to the Romans in order to help the church get the gospel right. This gospel is the power of God for salvation, and as Paul proclaims, explains, and applies this good news, he fleshes out some of the most foundational truths of Christianity: faith, righteousness, justification, sanctification, and glorification. The Letter of Paul to the Romans study is a great resource to help you or someone you know understand the core truths of the Christian faith.