Category Archives: Bible Study

Portraits of Discipleship

The term “discipleship” means different things to different people. Some people think of discipleship as a specific kind of bible study curriculum or an optional class at their church that is focused on discipleship. Other people imagine a person – … Continue reading

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Lost in Translation

Have you ever played the game called “telephone”? One person whispers a message to the person next to them and it travels down the line until the last person announces what they heard. I’ve played “telephone” dozens of times in … Continue reading

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Share Your Joy

What brings you joy? Do you find joy in your achievements and accomplishments? Does your joy come from those around you?  Do your circumstances control your level of joy? The Prophet Isaiah ministered during a stormy time in his nation’s … Continue reading

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That You May Believe

Everyone has a story to tell. The Apostle John told his story about Jesus Christ. From everything we know, John was the only one of Christ’s original disciples that who lived into old age. John used his time to minister … Continue reading

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Here Is My List for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is not just a cultural or historical holiday, it is a biblical mandate.  Here are just a few verses that encourage us to give thanks: “O give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; For His lovingkindness is everlasting.” (1 Chronicles 16:33, NASB)< “Praise the LORD! Oh give thanks to the LORD, … Continue reading

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How to Teach the Bible Through Discussion Without Missing the Point, Part 2

This is the second part of a two-part series on how to teach the Bible through discussion without missing the point of the lesson. Interactive small group Bible studies can be a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship, especially when they … Continue reading

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