Seamless (Bible Study) - Angie Smith

Seamless (Bible Study)

By Angie Smith

  • Release Date: 2015-04-01
  • Genre: Bible Studies
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 42 Ratings

Description

In seven sessions, Seamless covers the people, places and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. Participants will gain an overarching understanding of the fundamental layout and meaning of God's Word. Seamless helps replace insecurity that holds participants back with clarity and helping them move forward with confidence in their understanding of Scripture. Each week of study features key information that ties all of scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message and is accompanied by maps, general Bible facts, and word studies.

Features:
• Biblically rooted and gospel-centered weaving together and connecting both Old and New Testaments
• Leader material (guides to questions and discussion with small group)
• Personal Study segments includes 6 weeks of homework with additional helps such as maps, timelines, and word studies
• 7-session Member Book with group and personal component, leader helps

Benefits:
• Biblical truth that's reliable
• Adaptable to be used by a group of any size in a church, home, or other settings
• Creates opportunity for participants to explore the interwoven and overarching themes of Scripture
• Great study for personal growth and reflection on an individual basis
• For those who are seeking or new believers who are wanting to see how the scripture of both Old and New Testaments weave together and connect
• For all who want to see the big picture of Scripture

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Reviews

  • Love the book, hate the formatting :(

    5
    By skgReviews
    This Bible study gets 5 stars from me, but if I were reviewing the formatting of the book, I’d give it a 2. If you can order a physical copy of this book, I’d recommend that. Or buy the PDF version from the publisher. The “symbols” Angie uses should be on the bottom of each page, so you can be reminded of where you are in the story; the maps in this book are hand drawn & impossibly messy (whereas the physical copy/PDF include clean, digital maps); and there seems to have been no quality control (at the beginning of week 3 Abraham is referred to as Abwraham). I had given my copy away, thinking the iBook would be the same, but I am reordering the physical copy. Just a warning!
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