Small Group Studies


Studying the Scriptures in small groups is a great way learn about God and His Word in a very informal setting. These studies aren’t in depth in any shape or form, but they are designed to encourage group discussions, and help build relationships with each other.



These series of lessons are perfect for studying with those who are considering becoming a Christian. They begin with faith and end with faithfulness.

The journey in becoming a Christian and remaining a Christian is a wonderful journey with God. Becoming A Christian


These character studies were put together by various authors in which we will learn from the many men, women and children highlighted in Scripture.

Big thanks to the Red Bank church for allowing me to use their material. Quite A Character


These lesson are very short and basic but hopefully you’ll come away with a much better understanding of Peter’s letters.

And of coarse, there will be plenty of applications for our lives and lots of questions you can discuss with others. Discussion Questions From Peter’s Letters


It appears that mankind has become very good at making excuses for their sinful choices, but mankind has also become extremely good at blaming others. Adam, Eve, Aaron and King Saul are prime examples of people who refuse to take responsibility for their own sinful choices. And Who Will You Blame?

Jesus crosses the Sea of Galilee, which is about 13 miles long and eight miles wide, and lands in a Gentile region where he encounters a man whose life is under the control of demons. He is a tormented soul. This demon possessed man was not allowed to mix in society and so he made his residence among the tombs. Jesus And The Demon Possessed Man

The apostle Paul gives such a wonderful description of what love is all about. You will notice that he doesn’t describe love in terms of feelings or emotions but in practical ways. In fact, we could say he is describing the love of God, which should be displayed in all our lives. Love Is!

Enoch walked with God, he lived his life in such a way, that he pleased God.

He saw this world for what it really was and was blessed to have the ultimate fellowship with God in heaven. Walking With God


Leprosy was one of the dreaded diseases in the ancient world. It manifested itself in a number of ways, such as scabs and sores, and the more serious cases disfigured a person. Lepers can do themselves great harm and not know it because the nerves in the hands and feet are dead. Touching The Untouchable

If I were to ask you describe Abraham, Sarah, Moses and Gideon with one word, what would it be?

I know the word I would use, because they had this one word in common. Doubting God


The husband has this God given role and he has the right to suggest to his family how the home is going to function as a godly home.  The Christian husband has a higher calling than that; his duty goes far beyond just giving the orders and doing church work as some say. The Christian Husband

Most Christians will judge a preacher by listening to one of their sermons, sometimes they are judged by the way we dress.

Some see them as the perfect example of a Christian and they have all the answers to all the questions. It is possible that the opposite also applies. The Preacher

Everyone has to fill their lives with something, some use drugs and alcohol while others use work and hobbies to fill their lives. Everyone is being ai also moulded by someone or something, Some allow the media to mould them whilst others allow their hero’s to mould them. What’s In Your Pot?


"All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness."

2 Timothy 3:16