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3 Reasons You Should Lead a Bible Study this Summer

By: Kristen Clark and Bethany Beal


Leading a Bible study is an incredible way to invest into those around you.

Whether you’ve done it before, or it’s your very first time, we believe this summer could be life changing for you and the girls you invite.

When you step up to lead a Bible study, you have to prepare in ways you don’t if you are just an attendee. You have to plan, organize, study, prep, run the discussion time, answer questions, and lead prayer.

It really forces you to dig deeply into God’s Word.


Kristen and Bethany

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3 Responses to 3 Reasons You Should Lead a Bible Study this Summer

  1. Rachel M. says:

    Great video girls! Keep it up!

  2. Ellyana W. says:

    This video came at the perfect time for me. I’ve been going back and forth about whether or not I should start a bible study with the girls at my church. I’ve been thinking about it and and trying to rationalize, but I still can’t really decide. When I saw this video I realized it might be God’s way to telling me to go ahead. My only draw back is this(and maybe you could help me answer this question) Is it a good idea to lead a bible study with girls that are your age, or maybe even older? I’m 18 and I’m wondering if I’m in any position to start leading these girls who are my same age, but not at the same level of spiritual maturity.

  3. Brittany says:

    I would love to lead a Bible study . . .but can’t.

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