Series: Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies

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1 & 2 Samuel: David, a Man After God's Own Heart (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by A. F. Harper
1 & 2 Thessalonians: The Distinguishing Marks of a Christian (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Bill Nielson
1 and 2 Timothy and Titus: Being Christian in today's world (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Jerry Hull
2 Corinthians/Galatians: Reckless Freedom, Responsible Living (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Stephen M. Miller
Acts (Part 2: Chapters 13-28): The continuing mission of the church (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by LeBron Fairbanks
Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies : Thessalonians : The Distinguishing Mark of a Christian by Bill Nielson
Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies, Acts PT. I, Chapters 1-12: The Spirit-Filled Church (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Alfred F. Harper
Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies, I and II Peter: A Faith for Testing Times (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by J. Grant Swank
Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies, I Corinthians, Living as a Responsible Christian (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Beacon Hill
Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies, I, II and III John: Everybody Ought to Know (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Earl C. Wolf
Daniel: Daring to live by faith (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Harold DeMott
Deuteronomy: Words to Live By (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Earl C. Wolf
Ecclesiastes: Faith or Futility? (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Earl C. Wolf
Ephesians: The Way To The Good Life (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Gene Van Note
Ezra/Nehemiah: God's Faithfulness & Man's Obedience (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by C. Neil Strait
Genesis (Part 1: Chapters 1-25): How it all began (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Robert Dean Branson1
The Gospel of Luke (Chapters 1:1-9:50): Good news for all (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Jerry Hull
Hebrews: He is Here...At Last (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Gene Van Note
Hosea: The Triumph of God (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Hugh Gorman
How to Lead a Small-Group Bible Study (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Gene Van Note
Isaiah (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Robert Branson
James: Does God want faith or obedience (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by A. F. Harper
Jeremiah/Lamentations: God's Unfailing Love (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Winn O. Allison
Job: The Trial and Triumph of Faith (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by David Grosse
Joel/Jonah: The Promise of the Spirit (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Earl C. Wolf
John, Part 1: That All Might Believe (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Charles "chic" Shaver
John, Part 2: That You Might Have Life (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Charles "chic" Shaver
Joshua: Never a Dull Moment (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Glen Lewis Van Dyne
Luke Part 2: Lessons on Discipleship (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Earl C. Wolf
Mark: Getting in on the Action (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by James R. Spruce
Matthew (13:53-28:20): Come -- and learn from me (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Frank G. Carver
Matthew Part 1: To Be a Disciple (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Frank G. Carver
Micah/Obadiah: What Does the Lord Require? (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Wesley Tracy
Proverbs: Wisdom for today's challenges (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Carlton D Hansen
Psalms (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Ivan A. Beals
The Revelation: Christ is Lord!--And the Devil is defeated (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Bill Goodman
Romans: More than conquerors (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by John M Nielson
Ruth, Esther: Faith that risks all (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Frances Simpson
Zechariah/Malachi: Prisoners of Hope (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by John B. Nielson
Genesis Part 2: Faithful to His Promises (Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies) by Ken Bible2
Exodus: Set free (Beacon small-group Bible studies) by Earl C. Wolf3

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