Bible Study Series

We have a large collection of Bible studies, which can seem overwhelming at times. This list provides a quick overview of all the series on the website. Levels refer to how much English comprehension the study assumes.

These studies look at the main themes in the book of Acts. They have a dictionary of common terms and questions. 13 studies.

Art and the Bible Study

These studies focus on different stories by looking at them in conjunction with paintings. The questions don’t often focus on application, but are more thought-provoking. Average level. 12 studies.

Big Picture Study

These studies look an overview of the Bible in order to give students a solid foundation for later discussions. Mostly question based. Easy level. 11 studies.

Book of Luke Study

These studies are in generic OIA format and focus on stories from Luke. Easy level. 4 studies.

Encountering Jesus

These studies take a look at 6 different kinds of people who encountered Jesus and how they responded. Question based, easy level. 6 studies.

Enquirers Bible Study

These studies are thematic, focusing on the standard life events and aspects of God/Jesus. There are very few questions and are more reflective. Average level. 8 studies.

Ephesians Study

These studies go through the book of Ephesians. They are a generic OIA type of study. Average level. 11 studies.

For God So Loved the World

These studies go through all the main themes of the Bible. They have common vocabulary terms and questions. 14 studies.

Fruit of the Spirit Study

These studies are thematic, focusing on each different fruit listed in the Galatians passage. They are in a generic OIA format. Average level. 9 studies.

Genesis Study

These go through the book of Genesis, studying themes like creation, God’s family, and the early patriarchs. There are two sets of questions – one for comprehension, and one for discussion. Advanced level. 25 studies.

God and Culture Study

These studies are thematic, focusing on how God relates to cultures of the world. They are mostly question-based. Average level. 6 studies.

I-GIG

These are from the I-GIG book and are thematic, focusing on exploring who God is. They’re generic OIA studies. Easy level. 4 studies.

Important Life Questions

Studies that look at what the Bible has to say about life, including questions like "What makes a person happy?" and "What makes a person good?" 11 studies.

Interacting With Jesus

These studies examine different people who talk with Jesus and how they react. Just questions. 11 studies.

Life of Peter Study

These are thematic studies focusing on how Peter responds to God. They are in a generic question format. Average level. 6 studies.

Lord Jesus Christ Study

These studies are thematic, focusing on qualities of Jesus. There are not many questions. Advanced level. 5 studies (but each has 2 parts).

Luke Study

These studies go through the book of Luke, focusing on the main stories. They are a generic OIA type of study. Average level. 12 studies.

Ruth Study

These go through the book of Ruth. They are a generic OIA type of study, with background notes and application questions. Easy level. 4 studies.

Signs of Jesus Study

These studies are thematic, focusing on different signs Jesus performed. They offer a movie clip to supplement the story, but the rest of the study is a generic OIA format mostly made up of questions. Average level. 8 studies.

Six Viewpoints

Studies on six different people who meet with Jesus. Simple list questions. 6 studies.

Story Bible Study (Stories that make you think)

These studies are thematic, focusing on parables of Jesus. These have two sets of questions – one for testing understanding of the passage and one for more thought-provoking or applicable answers. Average level. 10 studies.

Studies in Simple English

These are thematic studies focusing on the basics of Jesus. They have questions for understanding, as well as answers. Easy level. 5 studies.

Teachings of Paul Study

These studies go through the book of Romans. They are mostly question-based. Advanced level. 15 studies.

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