Paul David Tripp and Timothy S. Lane$16.80Retail: $21.00Based on principles from their book, How People Change, Paul David Tripp and Timothy S. Lane have created this study guide to be used, along with the corresponding, facilitator guide and video seminar, in church-wide training, small group,...$16.80Retail: $21.00
Rose Marie Miller$13.59Retail: $16.99Our children are precious to us, so naturally we want to protect them and guarantee their safety and happiness. We want to get it right, so our children will be all right. But we live in a broken world where things don’t always (or ever?) go as...$13.59Retail: $16.99
$12.79Retail: $15.99Gospel Growth focuses on the role of faith in the transformation of Christians by the power of the gospel. This ten-session small group study covers topics including, living by faith, spiritual disciplines, faith and repentance, the power of the...$12.79Retail: $15.99
John Perritt$13.59Retail: $16.99With this twelve-week accessible study for young adults, Mark: How Jesus Changes Everything, John Perritt points readers toward a better love and appreciation for their compassionate savior and suffering servant. Created for one-to-one...$13.59Retail: $16.99
Kristen Hatton$13.59Retail: $16.99The first in a series of small group studies for teens and young adults that traces God’s story of redemption through the whole Bible, The Gospel-Centered Life in Exodus for Students is a twelve-lesson resource written by Kristen Hatton...$13.59Retail: $16.99
Jeff Dodge$13.59Retail: $16.99Can the truth really change how we live? And how do we know what is true in a world of so many falsehoods? In this timely study, Jeff Dodge explores how Christians are called to share the gospel message with the world—free...$13.59Retail: $16.99
Scotty Smith$13.59Retail: $16.99What do you rely on to get through your day? The things we rely on are also what define us—our family, education, job, accomplishments, money. For the apostle John, nothing defined him more than the love of God in Jesus, and that is what he...$13.59Retail: $16.99
Robert H. Thune$15.19Retail: $18.99One way or another, leaders emerge in the life of every church. Most pastors want to be intentional about developing and shaping those leaders themselves, but they rarely have the time and resources to do it. So leaders spring up, often without deep...$15.19Retail: $18.99
$31.99Retail: $39.99Designed to be used with Sonship Manual and the Mentored Sonship Program (visit www.serge.org for details). Many have adapted it for use in small groups and Sunday schools. Live the theology you believe! Many of us understand the faith...$31.99Retail: $39.99
$12.79Retail: $15.99Gospel Love, a ten-session small group resource, helps participants examine their relationships and learn how the gospel of Jesus Christ frees them to love others. Topics covered include barriers to loving others, how love is an expression of faith, the...$12.79Retail: $15.99
Paul David Tripp and Timothy S. Lane$16.80Retail: $21.00Paul David Tripp's best-selling book, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands, opened the eyes of thousands of men and women within the church to how they can be part of the change process in others' lives. This interactive small group...$16.80Retail: $21.00
Bethany Ferguson$13.59Retail: $16.99In this in-depth study on missional living, Bethany Ferguson draws on her fifteen years of missionary experience to examine the reasons believers should pursue lives of service and evangelism. The Mission-Centered Life explores why holistic missions is...$13.59Retail: $16.99
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The Bible reveals who God is, tells the story of how he rescues his people through Jesus, shows us the way to know him and live forever with him. Christian Bible study books are a great way to learn about God and his love for us and to know him as our Creator, Savior, Friend, and Comforter. New Growth Press’s Bible study lessons are designed to help reorient our thinking and encourage growth in our love for God and others. Explore our collection of Bible studies for small groups and you will learn about God, yourself, and how to grow as a Christian.
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FAQs ABOUT CHRISTIAN BIBLE STUDY BOOKS
1. What are some good topics for Bible studies?
Ans: Sometimes the best place to start is with the basics–the gospel! Many Christians know what the gospel says but fewer people really know how it applies to their daily lives. Our best-selling study, The Gospel-Centered Life is a great place to start for a group at various levels of spiritual growth.
2. What is a good book of the Bible to study for beginners?p>
Ans: Any book of the Bible that piques your interest in reading the Bible can be a good book to start with! People often suggest the book of Mark as a starting point since it is the shortest of the four Gospels that tell the story of Jesus, but one of Paul’s shorter epistles could be a good choice, as well as the book of Psalms for its resonance with common feelings and struggles.