Bible Study Basics: James

Bible Study Basics: James

Explore why and how our faith impacts our whole lives.

Not long after Jesus left Earth, James wrote this practical letter to the believers who were working out what their new lives as Christ-followers should look like. An excellent book for new believers or for mature believers to get back to basics, James holds challenging truth for Christians.

This Bible Study Basics study can be done in any number of sessions you'd like, with the ideal number being 5–7 sessions. It includes excellent discussion questions for the text, fun icebreakers and activities to engage group members, clear application points, great tips on leading discussion, and information on how to make the study work for all levels of spiritual maturity.

Included in each Bible Study Basics:

How to Use Bible Study Basics
A clear guide on customizing this study for your group

Lead a Great Discussion
Excellent quick tips on facilitating well

Engage Everyone in Your Group
Learn how to make this study work for all spiritual maturity levels

Overview of the book of the Bible
A quick reference to what you'll find as you study

Included in Bible Study Basics: James:

Each chapter is broken down into main themes including Trials and Temptations, Listening and Doing, Faith and Deeds, Taming the Tongue, Worrying About Tomorrow, and more.

Each theme includes:

Start It Out activities and icebreakers to engage your group members with the theme

Talk It Out questions that you can choose from to lead a fruitful discussion

Live It Out application points to help your group members apply what they've learned

Total number of pages - 32

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