Have you ever been confronted with someone asking you questions about the reliability of the Bible? Have you wondered why there are so many versions of the Bible and which one should you use? Have you ever wanted to take your Bible study to the next level? Have you explored some of the exciting digital Bible study resources available?

This study will help you with these questions and more. In these six sessions we will discuss:

  • How can we know the Bible is reliable?
  • How can we answer friends who have questions about the Bible?
  • Why are there so many versions of the Bible, and which versions are the best to use?
  • What are some tools for Bible study?
  • How can I use digital Bible study resources?
  • What are some methods for deeper Bible study?

These sessions use resources from Josh McDowell, Ken Hemphill, Gary Poole, Judson Poling, and more to help you deepen your understanding of the Bible. Each session includes a short video and a downloadable lesson guide you can use for group or individual study. The sessions correspond to a sermon series from Psalm 119, an amazing psalm in which every verse describes the wonders of God’s word. You may hear these messages by following the provided links (links will be added as the messages become available).

Join us as we dig deeper into “The Word.”

Session 1 – Is the Bible Reliable – Part 1

Session 1 Lesson Guide – Click Here

Hear the companion message – Click Here

Session 2 – Is the Bible Reliable – Part 2

Session 2 Lesson Guide – Click Here

Hear the companion message – Click Here

Session 3 – What About the Atheist? (How to answer questions about the Bible)

Session 3 Lesson Guide – Click Here

Hear the companion message – Click Here

Session 4 – What Are All These Versions?

Session 4 Lesson Guide – Click Here

Session 5 – Tools for Bible Study

Session 5 Lesson Guide – Click Here

Session 6 – Bible Study Methods

Session 6 Lesson Guide – Click Here