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If you’re just joining us, today is Day 23 in a series of 30 days of prayer journaling prompts.  You can find Day 1 here and a summary of all 30 days will be here as we go along.

We are only a few days from the end of this series.  One thing we haven’t covered is Bible studies.  There are tons of Bible Studies out there, but today I thought I’d share with you some of my favorites.  These are all some of the best small group Bible studies I have had the privilege of participating in over the many years I have been doing Bible studies.

Best Small Group Bible Studies 

The Disciple’s Cross (Masterlife 1)– I studied this back in high school and I still remember how much of an impact it had on me.  I recommend this highly for anyone from a new Christian to a mature Christian.

Experiencing God: How to Live the Full Adventure of Knowing and Doing the Will of God – This is another one that I studied in my youth days.  At that time I actually studied the youth version, but I have done it multiple times because I led the same study for my youth group when I served in ministry.

Esther: It’s Tough Being a Woman –  I studied this just a few years ago with a group of ladies at church.  Esther has been one of my favorite books of the Bible for years and this study confirmed this even more for me.  This is truly an inspiring study.

The Purpose Driven Life  – If you are ever searching for purpose in life this is the #1 book I recommend reading.  It is one that you will want to read again and again.

Disciple’s Prayer Life: Walking in Fellowship with God (Member Book) – This one is much like the Disciple’s Cross.  It leaves a lasting impact.  You will never think of prayer the same again.

Frazzled Female: Finding Peace in the Midst of Daily Life (Member Book) –  I did this study with a group of friends when I was in the trenches of the toddler and baby days as a mom.  It was definitely the perfect match for what I was experiencing in life.

Whether you choose to do a study such as one of these book studies or if you choose to just study God’s word alone I believe you will benefit from using a prayer journal as this series attempts to persuade you to do.

Now, here is today’s prayer journaling prompt:

Today’s Prayer Journaling Prompt

Write about what COURAGE means to you.  Was there a time in your life where you had to do something that took a lot of courage? Describe this experience.


    2 replies to "Best Small Group Bible Studies"

    • Julie Loos

      Thanks for sharing this! I’m always on the lookout for books for Bible study!

      • Alyssa

        Thank you!

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