Pre-Prepared YouVersion Bible Studies With Questions
These can be used in your personal study AND as a guide for discussion in groups.
You have more influence than you realise in your neighbourhood. We are all part of a neighbourhood in society – whether you are an architect, teacher, student, nurse or entrepreneur. We each have a voice that can bring change to our neighbourhoods. You’re not just in a career, you’re now in your calling.
When Jesus died, He said these powerful words: “It is finished.” Jesus’ death paid for our sins past, present, and future. Sin’s hold over us is finished. We live in shame no more. Our old self is gone, and a new life has begun! It’s time to live in that reality. For the next seven days, discover how to stop living in the past, and step into what’s next.
The apostle Paul wrote the majority of the New Testament. His leadership, influence, and legacy shaped the early Church and our understanding of the Gospel. In this study, you’ll read Paul’s letters to the churches and church leaders he loved and did ministry with. Paul reminds his church family over and over to remember who they are in Christ — chosen, loved, forgiven, and free
Take this 5 day journey to discover your personal story. When you finish, you’ll feel more equipped, confident, and ready to share your story with others — and to let God speak through you. Each day focuses on one aspect of sharing your story and includes practical steps to apply what you’ve learned.
Salvation is a starting point, not a destination. Getting baptized is the first step in a lifelong journey of following Jesus. It’s way of going public with our faith by declaring before friends, family, and our church that we belong to Jesus. This reading plan was designed to celebrate your baptism and help you discover your next step. Because being a Christian is not about perfection or performance, but about listening to Jesus and doing what He says.
The apostle Paul wrote 1 Corinthians to a church divided over all kinds of issues. He answers questions about sex and relationships, how to know good leaders from bad ones, and what to expect during a church gathering. This letter reminds us that God’s design for the church is unity, not uniformity. Part of the church’s strength comes from the unique experiences, gifts, and abilities we bring to it.
What makes a good leader? God cares about character, not skill sets. When God was picking someone to lead His people, He had to remind them, “.. man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7). Who you are is more important than what you do. In this study, you’ll learn that leading your group well starts by preparing your heart.
The apostle Paul spent just a few weeks in Thessalonica, and there he started a church and shared the good news about Jesus’ resurrection and return. But once Paul left, misconceptions about Jesus’ return started creeping into the church. 1 Thessalonians is a heartfelt letter from Paul that provides hope while explaining how to live in the in-between, knowing Jesus will return but not knowing when.
Jesus made a lot of claims about Himself during His time on Earth. One of the most audacious claims Jesus made is that He is “the way and the truth and the life” (John 14:6). You’ve probably heard preachers say, “Jesus is the only way to heaven.” Why is that? Who did Jesus really claim to be? And what does it mean to make Him the standard for truth?
In 100 carefully selected passages from the Bible, you will discover who Jesus is and why he is so significant – even life-transforming. Through both Old and New Testament readings, you will discover why God sent Jesus, what Jesus taught, how he treated people, why he did miracles, the meaning of his death, the significance of his resurrection, and what the Bible says about his second coming.
What does it mean to be Empowered by the Holy Spirit? This 7-day plan will introduce you to a life full of the Holy Spirit and help discover the Fruitfulness that is only found in Him. Topics in this plan include being full of life, knowing the Holy Spirit as a person, being transformed by the Holy Spirit, Praying in the Spirit, speaking in tongues and other Spiritual gifts.
Paul writes to the church in Thessalonica to clear up confusion circulating about Jesus’ return. In a previous letter, Paul had said Jesus’ return was imminent. Some in the church took that to mean Jesus was coming back immediately. Paul corrects them and instructs the church on how to live in the meantime. Reading this study, you’ll face the reality of Jesus’ return and our responsibility to live for him.
The Marriage Talks is the ideal plan for couples or small groups who want to understand what the Bible says about marriage as they grow their relationship together. Part 1 examines God’s original plan and the basic ingredients of a strong marriage. Listen together as Kris Langham guides you through the Bible’s essential passages on marriage, with clear explanation and engaging application. Discussion questions included. Perfect for marital/premarital counseling.
The Marriage Talks is the ideal plan for couples or small groups who want to understand what the Bible says about marriage as they grow their relationship together. Part 2 focuses on two marriage essentials: love and respect. Listen together as Kris Langham guides you through key Bible passages, and discuss together the differences between his and her love languages and respect languages. Great for groups or marital/premarital counseling.
The Bible presents marriage as a sacred covenant. But what does that mean, and how do we live it out in the everyday challenges of marriage? Listen together as Kris Langham opens the Word to provide clear explanation and insightful application on key issues like commitment, connection, holiness, and sex. With engaging audio and practical discussion questions, The Marriage Talks is perfect for marital or premarital couples and small groups.
What does it take to keep your marriage strong for the long run? In Part 4 of The Marriage Talks, Kris Langham searches the Bible to find the keys to making it last, with a clear explanation on joy and honor, plus a compassionate discussion of Jesus’ teaching about divorce. With engaging audio and practical discussion questions, The Marriage Talks is perfect for marital or premarital couples and small groups.
The Holy Spirit isn’t complicated, spooky or confusing – simply put, the Holy Spirit is a helper that God has given to believers. By studying God’s Word, we can get the right perspective and understand this gift God has made available to us. This Plan shows why the Holy Spirit is an essential part of every believer’s life in a way thats’s easy to understand and apply daily.
Whether you serve in a specific ministry, or you just long to share Jesus with those in your life, we all have the great privilege of introducing the people in our world to our wonderful God and help them take steps towards Him. As we explore 2 Corinthians 5:11-21, we can be greatly encouraged and inspired to partner with God in seeing people encounter His great love for themselves.
Daily Bible Reading is designed to facilitate consistent interaction with Scripture. It includes background information on each day’s Scripture passage, key verses for meditation, reflection questions to help you dive deeper into Scripture, and prayers to help you connect to God and be of spiritual support to others. Journey with us this month as we explore the theme “God’s Renewing Word of Thankfulness and Praise.”
CHAT-A-BOX is a fun and relaxed way for teenagers to get together and discover what the Bible says about 40 relevant topics. Pt. 1 focuses on topics relating to ‘Connecting with God’. Each CHAT-A-BOX topic has conversation starters to get the group talking, some key Bible passages on the topic, and discussion questions to help the group think about what they have learnt. (Bible study ages 12-18)
What is God like? It’s a big question but an important one. What we understand about God will determine how we relate to Him. The more we know about God, the better our relationship will be. God reveals who He is throughout the Bible. Every name for God tells us something about Him. Reflect on God’s character for the next 21 days and see how your love for Him grows.
The Essential Journey to Bethlehem provides you with one short scripture reading each day followed by a reflection question or two designed to help you see how God promised the world a Savior and then kept that promise. Join us on the journey from Old Testament prophecies about Christ’s birth to the blessed stable in Bethlehem where he was born.
Our words matter. And they especially matter to God. We know this because his word, the Bible, overflows with warnings about the power of the tongue to do harm and also the wisdom of the words of the righteous. This seven-day devotion scratches the surface of the Bible’s warnings, corrections and advice about our tongue.