Participating in a Bible study group does wonderful things for you – spiritually, emotionally, and socially. It gives you an opportunity to discuss your beliefs with others in a non-judgmental environment, ask questions about what you’ve read and believe, engage more fully with your faith, scripture, church, and community.
A Bible study allows you to meet new people, form social and emotional connections, and to feel that you’re part of something bigger than yourself.
Leading a Bible study can open up this world even more. When you transition from attending a study to leading one, How To Lead a Lifebuilder Study can be an invaluable guide to creating, planning, evaluating, and maintaining an emotionally nourishing and intellectually stimulating Bible study.
When you lead a Bible study, you can deepen your feelings of connection to scripture and of service to others. Here are ways that leading a Bible study can help you emotionally and spiritually.
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