Bible Studies from Great Teachers of the Bible
Use these multi-session Bible studies to bring insights and applications from today's best Bible teachers right to your small group.
Charles Colson on Social Responsibility
Charles Colson explores topics including the dignity of human life, same-sex marriage, the lottery, stem-cell research, animal rights, and corporate integrity.
Tim Keller on Practical Theology
This study is based on sermons by Timothy Keller, the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.
Christian Perspectives from Philip Yancey
Give your group the gift of wonderful insights from a wonderful teacher.
Stuart Briscoe on Everyday Discipleship
Learn what it means to be a disciple from one of our time's best Bible teachers.
Haddon Robinson on Life
Haddon Robinson helps us to understand life in God through this addition to our Great Teachers of the Bible series.
Jay Kesler on God and Us
Learn why Jay Kesler believes in the church, our place just below the angels, and God's unchanging greatness.
Gordon MacDonald on Our Spiritual Journey
Gordon MacDonald helps you define and map out the road you're on.
Jack Hayford on the Goodness of God
No matter where we are or what we've done, Jesus' work on the cross is able to cover and restore us.
Lee Strobel on Jesus Christ
The once-skeptical Lee Strobel teaches us the basics of what we need to know about Jesus Christ.
John Piper on the Nature of God
Understanding the essence of God helps us to interact with and bring glory to him.
Jill Briscoe on Christian Foundations
Why God made us, how he forgives us, and how he enables us to handle difficulties and to love others.
Stott on Reaching Out
John Stott challenges us in this four-session course to reach out to others.
Stowell on Christian Living
Joe Stowell provides insights into living the Christian life in this course from our new Great Bible Teachers series.
Ortberg on Understanding God
Learn how to partner with God for your spiritual growth.