Our Bible Studies cover a wide variety of topics, and are free for you to use, copy and distribute as needed. Browse some of our featured studies below, or use our master list directory to find specific topics.
Also check out our Foundational Studies, which cover the basics of the Christian faith. Be blessed as your grow in your understanding of Jesus and God's outrageous love!
God is no respecter of persons and He values women every bit as much as He does men. If we will carefully search Scripture, we find that regardless of culture, social or economic conditions, God is constantly revealing His love and concern for women.
Jesus was a tradition breaker. And in no place did He break with tradition more completely than He did in His relationship with women. Jesus lived in an age and culture that often considered women as property, sometimes on a par equal with dogs. Women's testimony was not accepted in a court of law. Yet time and time again, Jesus violated those conventions by His friendship with a woman. The Early Church followed Jesus' lead, and it has been said that wherever Christianity came, the status of women was immediately raised.
Because of length, we have had to abridge many of the scriptures used. However, if you have a Bible, it would be a good idea to read the scriptures in their entirety.
Friendship is one of our most beautiful and intimate relationships. Only with a friend can we share our lives, our hopes, and our joys. In the past, when people tended to live in one place for long periods of time, they placed a high value on friendship. Today, however, it is often difficult to have a true friend.
We live in a time when people, both Christians and non Christians, are fascinated by angels. Walk down the street of any modern town or city and you'll see a whole variety of stores featuring material on these heavenly creatures.
Perhaps no subject perplexes believers more than the question of why we suffer. Although Jesus, our redeemer, came to rescue us from that curse, we still live in a fallen world, in which suffering plays a large role.
Christian suffering, however, can be redemptive. It can be a means whereby we are tested, purified, and brought closer to God. As God restores us, He uses our suffering to make us more like Jesus.