Bible Studies for Life connects God's Word to our lives in an intentional way. The options below offer a small group community a variety of study options that will help participants grow as disciples. Each study is rooted in Scripture and deals with real-life issues that are relevant to today's believers.
Awaken to God's call on your life and return to prayer, God's Word, unity, and the mission of the church.
Study the infinite character of God and see if your understanding of Him matches what He says about Himself.
See that God has placed us in our local churches to serve and care for others, pray, learn and grow together — for God's glory.
Examine the ways believers are asked to be different—distinct—in today's world.
Explore six names of God that give us a glimpse into His infinite character so we can know who He wants to be in our lives.
Explore issues such as the existence and nature of God, and how He reveals Himself and relates to people.
Learn that how you serve your family, carry out your work, and live out your faith is a strong, consistent witness of your relationship to Jesus Christ.
Remind your group of the centrality of Christ, His uniqueness, and how His life and character greatly impact our lives.
See how six women in the Bible clearly illustrate what it means to live by faith.
Study the "I am" statements Jesus made about Himself and see firsthand how Jesus meets our deepest needs.
Move past simply surviving life's adversities to overcoming betrayal, temptation, bitterness, and hard times — based on the account of Joseph.
Learn how the pressures of life can push you deeper into your journey with Jesus through this study of James.
Learn how to find joy in work and giving, and discover that our jobs and paychecks are resources we can invest for the kingdom of God.
Study the wisdom of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes to get guidance and understanding about the earning and use of money.
Discover what a resilient faith looks like and how you can stand strong, regardless of what comes at you.
Come to understand that when we place ourselves in God's loving embrace, we can experience shelter in the midst of any downpour.
Develop greater confidence in Christ by learning what God's Word says about how believers are protected and equipped.
Learn from this letter to the Philippians that when we focus on Christ and doing His will, joy and peace will flood our lives.
Show your church family how to communicate "We're glad you're here".
See how the faith and commitment of early believers stand as a remarkable testimony to the unstoppable nature of the gospel.
Any of the small group study topics can be the theme of a church campaign by integrating that topic into your weekly sermons. You'll find helpful tools in each title's Leader Kit.