Note: If all of the information on this page is too much to process. Go straight to the free study guide below where you’ll find everything you need in the introduction.
** This study is over, however you can still access all of the resources below as well as the weekly resources available through the table of contents. So you don’t miss a thing! **
Table of Contents:
Before I get into this, I have to say that this is MY FAVOURITE Bible study to date! I absolutely love it and I think you will too! If you have a group of friends that might be interested in this study, maybe you can call them up and get together once or twice/week. The study guide is free and I’ll provide more printable resources each week! It’s also a great study to do with your husband. The interior of the study guide isn’t too girly, and the content is awesome!
“Learning to Love” will run for four consecutive weeks. Each week we’ll study a different kind of love:
- Storge – natural affection, most often between family members such as the affection between parents and children
- Philia – brotherly love, friendship
- Eros – a romantic, passionate love
- Agape – God’s love toward man and our reflection of this love
As we go through this study, we’ll examine each love individually. We’ll look at stories in the Bible to see where love was evident in a person’s life, and where it may have been misused.
THE STUDY GUIDE – FREE Printable Below
In the guide (find link below), you’ll find that I have selected scripture to read on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays.
On the alternate days we’ll be digging deeper into the Word.
You’ll find a section at the front of the book called “How to Use This Study,” it will guide you through the dig, with steps to help you along.
PRAYER JOURNAL – Optional – Available at Amazon.com (affiliate link)
You don’t need to pick up a copy of my prayer journal to do this study with us. It’s an optional addition to this study. You can use any journal you have. In fact you could use a simple piece of paper. What I encourage you to do is to use your journal to journalize daily prayers, and to give thanks for a few things each day. It’s a nice keepsake to hang on to.
FIND ME ON THE WEB
Find us in our Facebook group: Bible Journaling. I’m sure that many of the readers including myself will be sharing their journal entries.
These are my favourite online Bible study tools!
Bible Gateway – Every version you can imagine is online
Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible
Other commentaries you might prefer
Interlinear Bible – I love this one!
Blue Letter Bible – Dig into the Hebrew and Greek
Bible Word Search
Some of you have asked about the KJV Journaling Bible. Here’s a link to it:
KJV Journaling Bible from Amazon
FREE BIBLE STUDY GUIDE
click the image to view and download, or click here
(an OPTIONAL addition to the study)