Suggested Bible Studies 2016
This interactive study focuses on the main points of Romans in an easy to understand format. It is a great starting point for new believers as it leaves the reader open to deeper study later on. The lessons take about 30 minutes to complete and would be ideal for a mentoring relationship. There are 20 chapters in this study. Full Review
Dive into this exegetical study of the book of Acts and the journey of the apostle Paul in the early church. The author expounds on each truth revealed and asks poignant questions as the reader works through the book of Acts. This study would be done best with a group of women with various levels of Scriptural understanding. The book contains 25 chapters with a relatively light workload. Full Review
Experience the unique opportunity to learn truths from Romans as author Kay Arthur leads you through color-coordinating the lessons you’ve learned within the Bible. Each chapter holds around 20 minutes of work and four fine-point colored pens are necessary to glean the most out of this study. In a fashion many women have come to expect from Kay Arthur, this study stimulates deep thinking upon the word of God.
13 Chapters. Full Review
This 31 chapter book focuses on the importance of prayer in any woman’s life. Author Stormie Omartian shares personal stories of how prayer has affected her life, then giving the reader several passages of scripture to meditate on and learn from. Women of all ages can benefit from this life-giving, faith-growing book. Full Review
This is a directed, inductive Bible study of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus which uses the Kay Arthur Precept Ministry methods. Its purpose is to help people learn how to discover and understand each book’s themes. It is intended as an introductory study to each of the biblical books. The daily assignments require about 20-25 minutes. There are 13 chapters in this study. Full Review