Free Printable Bible studies

Several people have asked for copies of various blog series over the years. We're thrilled to make them available to you in a free downloadable, printable format. We've even added questions at the end for personal reflection or group discussion.

What do I do with them?

As hard as this is to believe, not everyone in the world has an internet connection. Not everyone has access to online study resources or neighborhood Christian book stores. Some of those who do have access don't know where to start when it comes to Bible study. So here are some suggestions on what you can do with these free downloads...

  • Use them as a guide for your own personal Bible study time on a daily or weekly basis.
  • Send them to a friend, relative, or missionary living in a remote location.
  • Start a short term study with friends at work, in your neighborhood, or in your church.
  • Be creative! Let us know in the comment section how you may utilize these resources!

Click on the picture for a particular study to open a .pdf file. From there, you may either download it to your computer or print the file.

Available studies

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Suffering abounds - in the history of the Jewish people, in our own personal lives, and even in the life of Jesus the Messiah. Why is this necessary and what is the final out come? Join us for this five part study as we consider Isaiah's prophecy of God's suffering Servant in Isaiah 52:13-53:12. We’ll consider the role Jewish persecution had to play in the coming of the Messiah, the significance of Jesus’ humanity, the purpose for His life and death on earth, and the outcome for all of humanity, including the Jewish people.

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God's promises of the past provide hope for our future. Attacks come; the enemies of Israel rise up against her just as our spiritual enemy does against us. God may seem silent. However, He spoke victory years ago and His word will not change. This five part series goes verse by verse through Psalm 83.

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John the Baptist and Jesus Christ both began their preaching ministries with the same words, “Repent, because the kingdom of heaven has come near” (Matthew 3:2 and Matthew 4:17, respectively). Jesus also said in Matthew 13:11 that “the secrets of the kingdom of heaven have been given for you to know. What treasures of truth hide in their words? I want to know.

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