Our Favorite Bible Studies

Scan the shelves of your local Christian bookstore or scroll through what’s available online, and you’ll quickly find there’s no shortage of Bible studies available. Yet as you seek to get into God’s Word (and get God’s Word into you) in 2018, you may also discover that not every study on the shelves is helpful or interesting. Because we want you to read the Bible eagerly and confidently, we’ve taken the guesswork out of it. Here are tried and true Bible studies that our team loves.

Our Favorite Favorite

Did you know that there’s a Lies Young Women Believe Bible study written by LiesYoungWomenBelieve.com blog manager Erin Davis? (That’s me!) It’s true! It’s our very favorite of all our favorite studies. And a brand-new refreshed version hits the shelves next month. Stay tuned right here on the blog to learn more about it very soon and snag your chance to win a copy!

Our Favorite Bloggers’ Favorites

We love our bloggers, and they love God’s Word! Here are some studies our team loves.

Jaquelle Crowe

The Parables of Jesus by She Read Truth

Follow this 21-day study plan online for free here.

The Gospel Project

This is a chronological study plan that covers Genesis through Revelation. Learn more here.

Bethany Baird

The Bible in a Year by She Reads Truth

This 365-day reading plan is available online. Check it out here.

The Read Scripture App

Bethany says, “I LOVE the Read Scripture App. It’s the main tool I plan on using this coming year.” Check it out here.

Esther by Beth Moore

Learn strong lessons of faith, providence, and hope to equip you to live courageously “for such a time as this” in this study available here.

True Woman 101: Divine Design

This eight-week study on biblical womanhood will help you better understand your design. Pick it up here and snag the follow-up study, True Woman 201: Interior Design, here.

Sarah Garrett

Book of Romans: God’s Big Picture by Max Lucado

Unpack the book of Romans in this study found here.

Resources from Youth Ministry 360

Learn more here.

Erin Davis

Seeking Him by Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth and Tim Grissom

Understand true revival and why you need it in this study. Pick up a copy here.

Seamless by Angie Smith

Learn to see the whole Bible as one seamless story. Snag it here.

Conversation Peace by Mary Kassian

Words have power. Learn how to wield them well in this great study.

PS: Here are a few studies I’ve written. I like them, too!

A Beautiful Story

Look for the gospel in the Old Testament through the lives of ten women. Check it out here.

Beautiful Encounters

Encountering Jesus changes everything. Just ask these eleven New Testament women. Grab a copy here.

True Princess

Discover what it means to embrace humility in an all-about-me world. Snag this study here.

You’re Our Favorites, Too!

Because we’re so crazy about the readers of this blog, and because we know with all of our hearts that regular, meaningful rhythms of running to God’s Word are what you need most this year, we long to see you pick a BIble study method that works for you and get busy.

So pick a study from this list or a new favorite of your own. Or commit to a Bible reading plan that doesn’t involve a study book. Just get yourself to God’s Word, girl. You’ll never be sorry.

Share some tried and true Bible studies you love in a comment below, or tell us what study you’re currently using.

About Author

Erin Davis is an author, blogger, and speaker who loves to see women of all ages run to the deep well of God’s Word. She is the author of many books and Bible studies including: 7 Feasts, Connected, Beautiful Encounters, and the My Name Is Erin series. She serves on the ministry team of Revive Our Hearts. When she’s not writing, you can find Erin chasing chickens and children on her small farm in the Midwest.

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