C.S. Lewis & Me
Mere Christianity: Told In Pictures
During Sue's reading and studying of C.S. Lewis' marvelous book Mere
Christianity she discovered that much of her notes were filled with
crude drawings she'd made based on C.S. Lewis' excellent explanations of
key Christian principles. She got thinking, could she teach a Bible
study on the book using only pictures? Here's the result!
includes direct quotes from Mere Christianity, pictures, and study
questions written by Sue McGeown.
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Colossians: Walking in Wisdom
A study of the biblical book of Colossians
A study in the New Testament book of Colossians. Chapter by chapter explore the letter that the Apostle Paul wrote to the church of Colossae. Get to know the culture of the times, the struggles the church faced, and Paul's wise advice on how to walk in the wisdom that is the truth of Jesus Christ. Questions both for group discussion as well as personal reflection are included to help apply this to our own lives. What things are worth praying for? What are the keys to success for believers? What does new life in Christ mean? Also included in an appendix which compares many of the major religions of today with Christianity.
Believe & Obey
A study of the biblical book of Romans and what Christians believe
What do you believe as a Christian? Using the biblical book of Romans, we'll explore many of the concepts of Christianity that many have heard but haven't always understood. Draw your God-line and then study further about human nature, sin, faith, grace, election, forgiveness, submission, Jesus' death and resurrection, salvation, redemption, propitiation, righteousness, justification, sanctification, freedom, heaven, and glorification.
Once upon a time I got wondering. If People® or Time® or USA Today® had been around during Jesus’ time, what would those publications have looked like? What events would they have focused on and which people would the paparazzi have followed? Those thoughts were the impetus behind this latest Bible study project of mine. Intended first and foremost to be factually informative and scripturally accurate, I’ve added a bit of fancy and whimsy which I hope my readers will tolerate and maybe even enjoy a bit.
is meant to be a Bible study; an opportunity to learn about Holy Week
(the time between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday), once again hear Jesus’
message, and become better acquainted with the twelve Apostles.
Whenever possible, I’ve given scriptural references (sometimes hidden as
‘Social Security’ numbers and such) so that readers can easily find the
events I’m referring to in the Bible. Please forgive my bending of the
timeline as I regularly reference all four Gospel writers Matthew,
Mark, Luke, and John (I call them “contributing writers” whose writings
were most assuredly NOT available immediately after Holy
Week, the crucifixion, and the resurrection!) I found the honesty in
their accounts – sharing their mistakes, ignorance, confusion, and
wayward behavior – refreshingly insightful and most helpful in
“exposing” the seemingly “disorganized” and “ill-planned” mission of
Jesus Christ. The fact that these brave men didn’t gloss over their
flaws makes their accounts all that more believable to me. Whether you
are doing this as an independent study or a group discussion, I
intersperse numerous “Editor’s Queries” meant to be study discussion
I earnestly pray
that those of you spending your valuable time to look at this will feel
blessed, educated, and inspired to be a person after God’s own heart.