THE BOOK OF JAMES
By: Adam Sater
This is a study of the book of James that covers context, structure and themes. Chapters are broken down by with corresponding questions to help guide thoughtful analysis and discussion.
WHEN SONS RETURN TO SLAVERY
Study Guide For Galatians
This study guide helps students think through Paul's letter to the Galatians. The guide is designed to help teachers generate good discussion in the class sessions and think about topics such as: 1) How is the Old Law different than the New Law? 2) What does freedom in Christ look like? 3) How do avoid the mistakes that the Galatians and Judaizers were making?
By: Luke Murphey
Workbook For 1 & 2 Kings
This study guide walks students though a study of 1 & 2 Kings in order to show how Israel's leadership fails to the lead God's people, ultimately setting the scene for the Messiah who will finally accomplish what Israel's prior kings had been unable to do.
By: Luke Murphey
By: Kris Emerson
This study may be described as a “bird’s eye view” of the Bible. When we can step back and see the big picture, we can then zoom in on sections and know the context and see more clearly what God is doing. Our goal is to have a good understanding of the ways God has dealt with man and the way God deals with mankind today. The Bible is an incredible book, and we simply seek to appreciate it in ways that bring us ever closer to our God.
A STUDY OF 1 & 2 PETER
By: Randy Murphey
"In this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while, if need be, you have been grieved by various trials, that the genuineness of your faith, being much more precious than gold that perishes, though it is tested by fire, may be found to result in praise, honor and glory at the revelation of Jesus Christ, whom having not seen you love. Though now you do not see Him, yet believing, you rejoice with joy inexpressible and full of glory, receiving the end of your faith -- the salvation of your souls." -- 1 Peter 1.6,7.
With these words, written a little under two thousand years ago, Peter seeks to encourage his brethren to bear up under severe persecutions that are coming from their enemies, and to maintain behavior that will glorify God. He exhorts them to not only stand fast within the trials they will surely face, but also to display a life of godly attributes, including love for their brethren.
In this study, we will see the benevolent and supportive nature of God; He is indeed a nurturing God, who cares for us even in the midst of the trial. He tells us to cast our burdens upon Him: "...for He will sustain you..." (Psalm 55.22). We will study the spiritual qualities that are to be integral to the Christian and his relationships that will enable us to better serve God. After all, scriptural knowledge is really useless unless it is applied. God wants our lives changed by His word!
A link to purchase a hard copy of this study will be available soon!