Bible Series Studies
These studies examine the individual books of the Bible in the way they were originally received - as a unit.
If you are looking for a months, maybe even years, long study to grow in your knowledge of God's Word, these studies will provide you just that.
Discipleship According to Saint Matthew
The goal of this course is to study the whole gospel of Matthew. Matthew reveals to us how Jesus taught his disciples to make disciples of others. Matthew tells us to watch Jesus, learn who he is, and see his compassion and power and how he ushers in the kingdom of God. Watch him die for our sins and rise again. As we do this, we will be willing and able to follow him and grow in our ability to live for him.
The Gospel of John
The Gospel of John is noticeably different from the first three Gospels. It reads more like a theological textbook, explaining how different things are in the Kingdom of God. This series attempts to present the teachings of this important biography of Jesus in a way that focuses on the details so that the intent of the message becomes clear.
The book of Acts may seem like a compilation of stories that are only distantly connected by the Gospel message. However, there is a very specific order to the book. We notice that it begins in Jerusalem, the heart and center of the Jewish religion. From Jerusalem, the apostles go out. They go down to Egypt. They go to Asia Minor. They go to Macedonia. They go to Greece. And finally, they go to Rome, the heart and center of the largest empire of the time. The Gospel of God’s grace toward all men is not bound up and squelched in Jerusalem, as the Jews would have had it. It continues to go out until it reaches the capital of the Roman Empire, from which is could easily be spread to every nation on the earth. That is the course, the journey, on which Acts takes us.