Bible Study Methods for Groups

Bible Study Methods for Groups

Fresh ideas for digging into God's Word together

Group study truly is a blessing. Together we can understand and apply the Word in new ways. But knowing how to study together can be a challenge. This resource will give you tons of tools to study the Bible with your group in a way that not only grows your knowledge, but also changes you from the inside out. Work through the resource on your own, or read through the articles and answer the questions with other small-group leaders.

For a sample from this resource, read Dig Deep into God's Word.


The Dos and Don'ts of Preparation
Here is a quick list of what to do and what not to do when preparing for a Bible study.
By Linda McCullough-Moore

Bible Study Methods

Bible Study Methods and Research Tools
A review of popular methods and resources
By Rick Sheridan

Four Questions for Every Small-Group Bible Study
Regardless of what you're studying, these questions will help you dig in and connect with God.
By Jim Egli

Dig Deep into God's Word
The power of inductive Bible study for your group
By Justin Marr

Engage the Mind and Emotions
Complement knowledge-driven study methods with a reflective approach.
By Diana Bennett

Bible Study Using the LeSPA Approach
A learner-centered approach that will help your group members learn to solve problems biblically
By Jenifer Aguilar

How to Use Object Lessons in Group Discussions
And why it's worth the effort.
By Linda McCullough-Moore

Wrestling with the Scriptures Together
Follow Jesus' example of using real-life examples.
By Michael Mack


Total number of pages - 29

You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource for use in your local church.

  • Word Document
  • SMG-BSG105-D