Bible Study Tips

The Love Myth: Can You Love Without Your Emotions? – Christian Article

By Matthew Elliot “Teacher, which is the most important commandment in the law of Moses?” (Matt 22:36) An “expert in religious law,” backed up by the Pharisees, poses this seemingly innocent question to Jesus in an attempt to trap him. Will he agree that some laws are greater than others? Jesus’ answer thwarts their expectations and overturns their religiosity: “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.” This is the…

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26 Seminary-Level Courses to Listen to This Summer—All 25% Off – Christian Article

For many of us, summer means road trips, vacations, and a slower pace. It can also mean extra time to squeeze in some good theological training. Right now every audio course from Logos Mobile Education is 25% off. Stock up with courses on topics you’re interested in, and let’s get started. Intro courses Whether you’re new to theological studies or just want to brush up on the basics of the faith with biblical experts, these five courses are a great place to…

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Encourage Mentorship and Discipleship with New Men’s Curriculum – Christian Article

Vince Miller has dedicated his life to men’s ministry. His organization, Resolute, focuses on providing men with tools for mentorship and discipleship. Vince has written 13 books and dedicated over 20 years of ministry to helping men “get off the bench and into the game.” Resolute’s small group video collection is now available on Faithlife TV. Each series includes multiple videos with topics including: Mindset Actions Commitment Leadership Skills Defeating Sin 20 Lessons for Leaders And more Begin building and…

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How Should I Begin Studying the Bible? – The Outlaw Bible Student – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); I am often asked by new Christians, “How should I go about studying the Bible?” Many pastors will just say come join one of their Bible study groups, and this is usually good advice, because there will be several people available to help newcomers get started or even take them “under their wing” as the study moves along. Some newcomers may feel intimidated or overwhelmed with this approach, but there are other less stressful…

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Every Faithlife Sale Happening Now, in One Post – Christian Article

From free books to discounts on Logos 8, here’s everything that’s free and on sale this month on Logos.com, Faithlife Connect, and Faithlife Ebooks. Free books At the links above you’ll also find books for $2–$4, including two popular Old and New Testament exegesis books. 4 free Bible study bundles To celebrate the new year and all the new opportunities to dig into God’s Word, we’ve put together four free bundles. One is for anyone who doesn’t own a Logos…

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Tools to Simplify Your Small Group Leader Role – Christian Article

Small group leaders can spend hours each week researching and creating curriculum on top of trying to lead their group effectively. But with a David C Cook study kit, all you need to do is invite your group. You’ll get study books, videos, and leader material to help guide your group toward a stronger faith in God and deeper relationships with one another. Choose from eight bundles, including these highlights: I Am N from Voice of the Martyrs – on…

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Get a Free Bible Study Starter Pack – Christian Article

Yesterday we posted about ways to kickstart your yearly Bible study goals. Today, we’re back with another of a different kind: free Bible study starter packs. We all come into the new year with different goals. Some of us just want to finally nail down a habit of Bible reading, while others have loftier goals, like learning (or relearning) Greek and Hebrew. We’ve put together three packs for three different goals, available free with a trial to Faithlife Connect (and…

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