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Bible Studies

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What are you studying these days in the Bible?

Do you study alone or with your family? Do you each have your own Bible study time?

Our family is reading through the entire Bible together as a family every night. That usually involves discussion and reading from commentaries.
For myself, I have my own time in the mornings with the Lord, and I also am teaching my children to do the same.
I have been looking for a good study to go through, so that brought me to Amazon this afternoon. What do you recommend? Do you have any you love?
I found some that looked great. I’d love to hear your recommendations!

And some resources:


Karen DeBeus

Karen is the author of Simply Homeschool, Called Home, and Bible Based Homeschooling. She is passionate about encouraging homeschooling families on their journey to keep their eyes on the One who called them here. She can also be found blogging about all things simple at Simply Living for Him.

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  1. Hi. I made this book “Men of the Bible” a curriculum material for Bible. It serves my son pretty well. He is 16 and I see he enjoys reading it, a lesson everyday. Plus, the way the author has written it could inspire him for creative writing, which is his English.

  2. My daughters are 14 & 16 and we are using the Picture Smart Bible. Each morning, I read the study, draw in my own copy of the pages and read the Bible chapter(s), so that I can decide how far to go each day. I like it because it makes me slow down in my reading and we only spend about 1/2 hour a day on it, so the girls don’t get too bored.

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