Bible

For Leaders

Thank you for considering: Meditating in God’s Word Bible Study Series for your small or large group. 

 

 I believe in reading the Bible slow and learning deeply, rather than reading the Bible fast to say, " Yes, I have read the entire Bible." My question is,  "Did you understand the narratives and genealogies and how they are weaved together?"

 

Quantity is not the goal, Godly wisdom, understanding, and transformation is the goal of our Bible Studies.

 

Below is an example of how I did the Bible Study in my home.

 

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Example of a Home Bible Study

I love to socialize, but I didn't want the ladies to come to my house for a social hour. Our time was about learning God’s Word, and we kept that as the focus and standard of our Bible Studies. It meant a lot to me when the ladies were prepared and ready to discuss the week’s lesson. However, even if they didn't complete the lesson, it was about being present and thirsting after God's Word.

 

In case we got stuck, I had a plethora of Bible Study commentaries, Bible dictionary’s, handbooks, and references to further expand on the Bible text.

 

Below is an example of how our evening went:

 

  • Women would gather in my home, and we would have a meal together. This allowed us time to fellowship together before we started the discussion in the previous week’s lesson.

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  • After the meal, we would open up in prayer.

  • After prayer, each of us would take a portion of Scripture and read aloud. I never took that for granted. We all had different versions of the Bible, so it was nice to hear God's Word from a different perspective.  Sometimes we would listen to the audio Bible together as an alternative.

  • Then, I would lead the discussion on days 1-5. We would take turns sharing our favorite verses, answering the questions, and discussing commentary.

  • Share testimonies, defeats, and triumphs.

  • Pray and dismiss.

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General Questions and Answers

 

Question: How long does it take to complete an Meditating in God's Word Bible Study Lesson?

Answer: Every MGW Bible Study Lesson is unique. Lessons usually will take about 10-15 mins per day for basic reading, and assigned activities.  If you are more inquisitive, and like to dig deeper in Scripture I would suggest preparing 30-45 mins per day. Every day readers will read and review the assigned Scriptures from a different perspective. Each day should prompt questions and thoughts. The Holy Spirit may even answer some questions. 

Question: Do I need to be a leader to read and understand an Meditating in God's Word Bible Lesson? 

Answer: No. These Bible Study lessons were written in simple language so all learners can understand the Bible. 

Question: If I don't want to purchase a bundle, where can I buy a single Meditating in God's Word Bible Study?

Answer: Single MGW Bible Studies are found on Amazon. (Click here to purchase)

Question: Can my church purchase MGW Bible Study Series in bulk?

Answer: Yes! There is bulk discount pricing available. We are willing to work with your ministry's budget. Please contact us. 

Question: Where can Meditating in God's Word Bible Study be used?

Answer: These Bible Studies can be used in Small Groups, Large Groups, Employee Bible Study, Community Bible Study, Traditional Bible Study (at church),  Individually, Family Bible Study, Homeschool Group Bible Study, College Campuses, and  Christian Camps.

 

 

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Suggestions about Meditating in God's Word Bible Study Series

To personalize your Bible Studies, you can always ask questions that relate directly to the particular narrative such as:

 

Describe the main character(s) personality or character traits.

How can you relate to the main character in this narrative?

What theme do you believe is stated in this narrative?