Instant Bible Studies for Small Groups by Barry Davis

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35 Instant Bible Studies for Small Groups, Sunday School, or other Gatherings!

These Bible Studies were designed with the small group in mind. The discussion questions are written in a way that will lead you and your group closer to God.

There are four main parts to each study:

1) Open It – this is an icebreaker question to get people to feel more comfortable with each other.

2) Dig Into It – this is where you discover what the Bible actually says. This is the analytical part.

3) Reflect on It – this is where you apply what you have learned to your life.

4) Pray About It – this is where you take the time to pray for each and every need within your group. DO NOT SKIP PAST THIS PART! It is vital for your group that you connect in prayer.

One last thing – you can do these lessons in any order that you would like. They are numbered so that you can easily open whichever study you need, but are in no particular order.

About Barry Davis

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Barry is a former cabinet-maker, turned pastor, who spent two decades in pastoral ministry.He now focuses his time as the Founder/Owner of The Pastor's Helper ( which provides dynamic resources for churches, Christian leaders, and anyone else who is interested in building the Kingdom of God. This ministry began online in 1997 and has grown tremendously since then.He is the father of four children, and has been happily married for over 25 years. He resides in the great Commonwealth of Kentucky.Barry has earned the Bachelor of Biblical Literature, Bachelor of Theology, Master of Arts, Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Ministry degrees.He also blogs at: and
Published January 21, 2013 by GodSpeed Publishing. 81 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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