What is Christianity? Study Guide now available

Last week I announced that I was starting to write study guides for the What is Christianity? course. I’m pleased to say that this process has now been completed – there is now a group study guide for each video.

It includes a summary of the video contents as well as some questions which would be useful in a small group context. Each of the guides is available as a PDF.

Once I have completed the “How to Live as a Christian” video course, I am planning to write study guides for each of those episodes as well.

If you use them / find them useful, or if you’d like to suggest things which would be more helpful for you, please do get in touch to let me know.

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Course Study Guides

One thing I’ve been meaning to do for a while now is create study guides for the different courses. I want the courses to be accessible to church groups, but I know that many leaders don’t have the confidence to lead on their own without a study guide. What I will be doing over the next few weeks is working my way through some of the courses to add study guides, starting with the What is Christianity? course.

I’ve already completed the study guide for the first session on Creation. I’d love any feedback you have about the format, what kind of things would be useful, etc.

If you’d like to use any of the Understand the Bible courses as part of a church group, you can do that online. See the churches subscription section for more information.

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Attn Church Leaders! Using UTB in church groups

Over the past few months I’ve been working on a way of enabling churches to use UTB. I’m convinced that the internet is not a replacement for the local church. Lockdown has proved that – online church is not a substitute for real church! But nonetheless, the internet can be a very useful tool.

What I have done is enabled churches who register to create groups and meetings so that small groups can study the UTB courses together. A subscription will cost a little, but each church starts with a free subscription so you can try it out.

If you’d like to have more information, check out this page all about subscriptions. If you haven’t yet registered your church, it’s easy to do – just create a free account and then register your church. As soon as it’s registered you can start exploring groups.

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