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Free Printable Bible Studies

"Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him."

(Proverbs 30:5)

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Active learning involves participants discovering answers through guided exploration. These are free Bible studies for growth; they are interactive Bible studies plunging you into Scripture... and your study group into discussion. Spiritual growth doesn't end with trusting Jesus as our Savior; it begins there! Mature obedience flows out of love: God's love for unlovable us. Knowing better who he is and what he does helps us grow better to love, think, and live like him.

Additional printable and onscreen Bible studies will be added as they become ready. Send an email to suggest topics, ask questions, share comments, or request notification when new material is posted!

You may find helpful Paul Sullivan's guide of best practices for leading interactive Bible studies. Paul (a pastor, professor, father, and grandfather) wrote it from decades of experience in the congregation, classroom, and home. 


Books of the Bible
Notecard Studies

Formatted for 4″ x 6″ notecards, each session of these Bible-book studies fits easily into a pocket, purse, Bible, or A4 envelope! Use your printer's dialogue box to adjust print settings as needed. Many thanks to Paul Sullivan, who authored these notecard studies.

Bible Studies

Formatted for standard 8.5″ x 11″ letter paper, these studies vary in topic, length, and complexity. Readers are encouraged to work at the natural pace of their own group. One group might in six sessions complete what another group covers during two—that's okay!

"Words of God"

Bible Studies

Formatted for standard 8.5″ x 11″ letter paper, this series focuses on short phrases God speaks that are well worth committing to memory. Just two pages long and accessible, each study aims to help us understand and rely on the power of God's simple truths. His power enables us to live godly lives, walking in Jesus' footsteps.

Begin with the Bible study to hear what the Lord says; then consider meditating on the focal verse. Perhaps you absorb God's words well by writing down a verse to memorize during the week or by praying over it daily. If you are a visual thinker, try keeping a prayer doodlebook, letting your drawings connect the people and events of your life with these words of God. Example: If praying over the verse "Be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus," you may find that your art includes names of loved ones who need strengthening. Or you might draw a tall, fruitful tree growing out of the words "be strong." Ask yourself why your art looks the way it does, handing your deepest needs and thanks to the One who answers prayer. Similarly, if you are a musical or a verbal thinker, try writing a song, poem, or spoken word based on the Bible verse. Speak to God about what you discover during such meditations with confession, in pleading, in faith and praise... always with thanksgiving.

Dive Deep
Bible Studies

Formatted for standard 8.5″ x 11″ letter paper, this challenging series is the printable version of the onscreen Dive Deep studies. These studies walk through a liturgical year, often asking readers to imagine themselves teaching the topic to others: what are the text's main ideas? Which active learning questions will aid discovery of Scripture's riches? When studying a text/topic, what questions will you ask in order to learn and grow?

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