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All the Bible Studies I Did in 2019

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Today I’m sharing with you the list of all the Bible studies I did this year. Consider this post to be part 3 (or just an extra special bonus) of my series on all the books I read in 2019. (All the Books I Read in 2019 – Fiction, All the Books I Read in 2019 – Nonfiction)

I love having a structured Bible Study to go through, so this is a hodgepodge of the different kinds I did this year. Some were with groups, and some on my own. If you’re interested in a good book on developing a Bible study method, I highly recommend Jen Wilkin’s book Women of the Word. I just read it a few weeks ago and it has been a great resource for me, although not a Bible study in and of itself.

Group Studies

All Things New: A Study on 2 Corinthians by Kelly Minter

I did this one with a group of ladies at PWOC, and really learned a lot. I’d never done a study by Kelly Minter, but I had on good authority (my mom) that her stuff was good. It did not disappoint. The videos added a lot to this study (including Kelly’s beautiful singing voice) but the study book alone was a great guide for reading through the book of 2 Corinthians thoughtfully. 

God of Covenant by Jen Wilkin

Ok, so I’m officially a big Jen Wilkin fan now. I learned SO much, not just about Genesis, but about the Bible, about how to approach the Bible, and ultimately about the character of God through this study…which led me to read Jen’s book I mentioned above. 


Hospitality 101: Lessons From the Ultimate Host by Sue Donaldson

I’ve known Sue for a little over a year now, and I can tell you without a doubt that her heart for hospitality is unmatched! She gives lots of practical advice for actually doing hospitality. But this Bible study focuses primarily on the heart of hospitality – the gospel. 

Lord, I Want to Know You by Kay Arthur

This is a GREAT study on the names of God. It’s a devotional style, but still relatively in-depth for each day. I thought this was a great resource for personal study, but it would probably work well in a group too. 

She Reads Truth

1&2 Peter

Over the past few years, I’ve developed the habit of picking up She Reads Truth studies when I’m in between organized group studies. They are a great resource for maintaining the habit of reading the Word every day, even when you don’t have the outside motivation like you would for a weekly group. 

Men & Women in the Word: Old Testament

This was the longer summer series this year. It was really fun to read about such a wide variety of Biblical figures – from the very familiar to the ones I had forgotten. 

Advent: A Thrill of Hope

I’m in the middle of this years advent study…but let me just say, I LOVE advent. Christmas is such an exciting time, and especially in the church. There is so much anticipation and joy…I can’t get enough of it. 


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