If you are looking for a way to study the Bible on your own or in a group, here are a few suggestions.
First, there’s Natasha Sistrunk Robinson’s new book, Journey to Freedom: Discovering the God of Deliverance. This eight-week study walks readers through the entire book of Exodus. As I wrote in my endorsement,
“Natasha Sistrunk Robinson is exactly the right woman to offer us an accessible, thoughtful, and relevant look at Exodus that will serve the whole church. This study will comfort the oppressed and challenge the comfortable and give all of us insight into God’s story of redemption, both in the time of Moses and in our own time. I am so grateful for Natasha’s wise words, insightful questions, and provocative reflections in Journey to Freedom.”
Bible Study: Lifted by Love: Eight Studies in the Life of Peter
Second, there’s Lifted by Love: Eight Studies in the Life of Peter by Patricia Clarke. This eight-week study walks readers through the life of the apostle Peter. What I love about it is the way it welcomes questions and offers fresh insights into Scripture. This would be a great study for any group, but especially if you have friends who are interested but a little bit skeptical or shy about considering Christianity.
Video Series | To Be Made Well Bible Study
There’s also my own eight-week Bible study on healing that accompanies To Be Made Well: An Invitation to Wholeness, Healing, and Hope.
I hope one of these will serve the needs of your group!
More with Amy Julia:
- To Be Made Well: An Invitation to Wholeness, Healing, and Hope
- YouVersion To Be Made Well BIBLE STUDY
- To Be Made Well Discussion Guide
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