7 Bible Studies to Jump Start 2020

7 Bible Studies to Jump Start 2020. Looking for tools to help you begin the new year with purpose and focus spiritually? These 7 Bible studies are all excellent resources.

Here we are at the end of December. It seems like one of the things I keep hearing my friends talk about is wanting to be more intentional about Bible study in 2020. I’ve been asked for resource recommendations and suggestions about how to start and maintain a time in the Word.

I’ll be sharing more about this topic throughout the month of January. Today, though, I thought I’d share a few Bible studies that I think can help you kick off the new year in a big way. These are seven studies I highly recommend and I believe any one of them would be a solid foundation for you to start the new year with purpose and focus spiritually.

7 Bible Studies to Jump Start 2020. Looking for tools to help you begin the new year with purpose and focus spiritually? These 7 Bible studies are all excellent resources.

Seven Bible Studies to Kick Start 2020

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Start with Wisdom: Proverbs

Start with Wisdom is a 31-day guided reading plan of Proverbs using the Read-Reflect-Respond Bible study method.

Looking for a simple way to jumpstart your time in the Word? I’ve got you covered! Join me and my online Bible study group as we read through Proverbs together in January. One chapter a day with check-ins for accountability. I have a free reading guide using the Read-Reflect-Respond method to help you focus in as you read. This is one of my favorite ways to start the new year and I’d love for you to join me!

The God That Comes Near

The God That Comes Near is a study of Haggai from The Daily Grace Co.

I just started The God That Comes Near study from The Daily Grace Co. and I LOVE it! My friend Amy Hale recommended it and I ordered it months ago. I’m going through it slowly, using it on Sunday mornings as my time in the Word before going to church. This study is on Haggai and, while I have taught the overview of this book, I’ve never spent time digging deep into it. I’m just in the first few days and already finding it incredibly encouraging and relevant to life today.

The Quest

The Quest by Beth Moore is a great tool for kicking off the new year!

The Quest is one of my favorite Beth Moore resources — the other two are Entrusted and A Woman’s Heart: God’s Dwelling Place. The Quest is different than her normal Bible studies, it’s more devotional in nature. It would be a perfect tool for starting the new year with intention.

Amen: The Story of Scripture from Eden to Eternity

Amen: The Story of Scripture from Eden to Eternity from The Daily Grace Co.

I just ordered Amen: The Story of Scripture from Eden to Eternity and can’t wait to get it! I’ve heard so many good things about it. I am ALL ABOUT any study that walks you through the big picture of Scripture. My plan is to use this one for my Sunday study time once I finish the Haggai study.

Daughters of Grace

Daughters of Grace is a study of women in Scripture from The Daily Grace Co.

Daughters of Grace is a best seller and great study from The Daily Grace Co. If you are looking for a study to do with your teen or adult daughter, this one is perfect! I love the idea of starting the year by learning more about the women in Scripture.

Finding I Am

Finding I Am by Lysa TerKeurst is one of my favorite Bible studies.  Digging into the I Am statements of Christ is such a great way to grow in understanding of who He is and what that means to us.

Finding I AM is my very favorite Lysa TerKeurst study! It goes through the I AM statements of Jesus and is so rich! The theme for our Refresh Women’s Bible Conference this year is JESUS IS: the I AM statements of Christ so I know I’ll be reviewing this one. {And, if you are looking for a conference that is all about the Word, we’d love for you to join us at Refresh. Get all the details here.}

Seamless

Seamless by Angie Smith is a great resource for exploring the way all of Scripture tells one story.  And the teen girl edition is also great.

We had Selah at our church in December and I told Todd Smith Seamless is probably the study I most often recommend. My daughter and her Sunday school class went through the teen girl edition of Seamless a few years ago and she loved it. It’s a great tool for learning how all of Scripture fits together. This would be another great mother-daughter study.

So there you go … seven Bible studies to help you jump start 2020. Which one sounds best to you??

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I also wanted to mention that I’m excited to be reading the Bible chronologically this year. I’ll be using the Day by Day Chronological Bible. It has readings for six days each week and includes reflection questions for each day’s reading as well as a review day each week.

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