College Bible Study Resources-Series 2

October 18, 2011 at 19:06

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Intro to Bible Studies

An introduction to the online Bible study series designed for college students who want to go beyond casual Christianity.

Carrying the Name

Jesus calls us to be lifelong, lifestyle, disciple-making followers, living as He would live in our life situations. In other words, we should carry Jesus’ name with us wherever we go…

The Disciple’s Cross

Jesus’ followers were called disciples, implying they would be involved in specific disciplines that Jesus practiced. This study will introduce four activities (represented by “the disciple’s cross”) that are essential to Christian health and growth…

Communicating through Prayer

Our relationship with God, like our personal relationships, has requirements for health and growth. Prayer is an essential part of this relationship, becoming as vital as breathing is to health…

The Word to Live By

Scripture is one of the main ways God has provided a faithful witness of His heart, purposes and activity throughout the ages. Reading, reflecting upon, digesting and obeying His teachings establishes one’s life on a solid foundation…

What in the World Is God Doing?

This study will encourage students to experience missions as a lifestyle rather than merely an “event.” It will help them gain perspective on God’s heart and His intention to make His grace and truth known throughout the world…

Being Faithful with the Good News

Although it is essential that every Christian be able to “give an answer for the hope that is within” (1 Peter 3:15), being faithful with the Good News involves much more than sharing words about Jesus. It involves every aspect of a person’s life…

Motivation and Models for Ministry

Just as appropriate exercise is essential to our physical health, service is a crucial element of our spiritual well being…

Discovering Your Place in the Body

“What is God’s will for my life?”; “How can I possibly be used by God when I have so little to give?”; “Can God use me when I have so many problems?”; “Do others really need me?” The Bible speaks very directly to these common questions… in a number

Justice for All?

During a time of economic prosperity and fervent religious activity, the Old Testament prophet Amos saw signs of serious moral decay. He vehemently denounced the lack of social concern and justice for the poor…

It’s All His!

How do we live a life that really makes a difference? How do we maximize the usefulness of our time, talents and treasure? Jesus presents us with these challenges in this story known as the Parable of the Talents…

Multiplication Discipleship

Spiritual growth does not occur in a vacuum. Our relationships with others are a key way that God prompts growth in our lives. Jesus’ final earthly challenge to His followers was for them to make disciples wherever they went…

Finishing Well

“I am not going to cut any classes this semester.”; “I am not going to wait until the night before the final to start studying.”; “I want to live this day as if it is the only day I have to live.” Sound familiar?…