Bible Studies to Grow
BCL rotates the recommended Bible studies periodically to keep our resource lists compact for ease of use. If you don't see your favorite Bible study on this list, please check back periodically as it may be featured later.
From the website: Christianity Explored publishes a range of materials to introduce Jesus Christ to those unfamiliar with his message. Our aim is to support the local church in
reaching those who don't yet believe;
training believers in sharing their faith;
strengthening leaders' confidence in the Bible as the Holy Spirit brings it to life.
White Horse Inn
From the website: The Core Christianity courses are designed for both new and mature Christians who want to understand their faith more thoroughly—and live it out. The courses are also an excellent resource for seekers who are exploring all that the historical Christian faith comprises and how Christianity relates to them personally.
Good Book Guides
From the website: Good Book Guides are an expanding and flexible range of Bible studies with a strong focus on application. Each session not only seeks to uncover the meaning of the passage, and see how it fits into the big picture of the Bible, but also leads people to apply what they have learned to their lives. The leader's guide at the back of each book makes them easy to use. Ideal for small groups or individual study.
BCL note: These Bible studies are authored by a variety of renowned biblical teachers, including Timothy Keller, Albert Mohler, Mark Dever, and Thabiti Anyabwile.
R. C. Sproul Teaching Series
The Teaching Series by R. C. Sproul is filled with numerous outstanding courses on the Christian Faith, with many being available for free.
From the website: "The Holiness of God" course: This series closely explores God’s character, leading to new insights on sin, justice, and grace. The result is a new awareness of our dependence upon God’s mercy and a discovery of the awesomeness of His majestic holiness. Dr. R.C. Sproul says, “The holiness of God affects every aspect of our lives—economics, politics, athletics, romance—everything with which we are involved.”