45 Blogs That Outline the Best Bible Study Tips

Studying the Bible can be a daunting task, especially if you begin studying it without a plan of action.  If you just sat down one day with the Bible and started reading, you might find yourself confused by some of the references within it and become overwhelmed and discouraged.  Over the years many study aids have been produced to help the average person get more out of their study of the Bible, whether you’re studying it in a Bible study group, on your own, or as a family with your kids. Here are 45 blogs to help you get the most out of your Bible study.


The Bible is an overwhelming book for a child to begin reading.  With hard to pronounce words and mind-blowing occurrences that can be hard to digest as fact, it’s certainly not an easy read. Starting your child off on the right foot with Bible study can give him a strong base of knowledge.  Check out these five blogs for some helpful tips to get your kids started in Bible study.


By the time your child is a teenager they have possibly had some exposure to the Bible and to church.  They are also more mature and can better understand the Bible than they could as a child.  The next five blogs will give you a plan and some techniques to get your teenagers into Bible study.


There seems to be an app for everything and reading the Bible is no different.  Using an app can help you find things in your Bible quickly and locate an explanation on the spot if you read something that you don’t understand.  These five blogs offer different apps that can aid in your study of the Bible.

Traditional Bible Study Tips

Many people want to continue studying the Bible in the same way that they always have or the way their parents did.  For tips on how to study the Bible in a time-honored fashion check out these five blogs.

Modern Bible Study Tips

If you are looking for a new way to look at the Bible, these tips might be for you.  These apps offer a modern approach to Bible study and can help you find new ways to understand old concepts.

Starting a Bible Study Group

Gathering a group of people together for Bible study can be an enjoyable and interesting endeavor.  How do you go about putting the group together and what will you need to provide the members? Read these five blog posts to find out.

Bible Study for Busy Moms

Moms know that time is of the essence, and often can’t devote as much time as they’d like to doing the things they enjoy. This includes studying the Bible.  If you are a busy mom, here are some tips on how to find some time to study the Bible.

Family Bible Studies

By doing a family Bible study you can be sure of what your kids are hearing and be there to answer any of their questions about what the scripture is saying.  Doing a Bible study can help bring a family closer together.

Blogs to Read the Bible in a Year

While many people would like to read the Bible, the sheer volume of information in it can cause them to put it off for years. Stop putting it off and approach it with a plan with the help of these five blogs, which have various ways to guide you through reading the Bible in its entirety in one year.

How Not to Read Your Bible in 2013

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  1. Thanks for mentioning my blog post about apps for spiritual growth! And I’ll definitely be looking at some of your other links!

    • Brad says:

      Not to belabor a point menenoitd nearly weekly on the talking heads shows the US is a republic, not a christian state. The Constitution protects the freedom of religion (all religion) and does not allow for favoritism or the rule of any religion over the state.It would therefore be inappropriate for a religious book to be formally taught in a public (secular) school beyond the confines of a comparison religion class. Surely we have enough ridiculous televangelists on the TV and radio to appease? There are enough Sunday schools and other church related events for people to take advantage of if that is their prerogative.Reread the real histories of our Founding Fathers, the Declaration of Independence, and the formation of the US Constitution. America is certainly not any kind of religious state by design; not mistake. Gentlemen, we are not, nor have we ever been a Christian Nation The United States is not a Christian nation any more than it is a Jewish or Mohammedan nation. ~~John Adams Where the preamble declares, that coercion is a departure from the plan of the holy author of our religion, an amendment was proposed by inserting Jesus Christ, so that it would read A departure from the plan of Jesus Christ, the holy author of our religion; the insertion was rejected by the great majority, in proof that they meant to comprehend, within the mantle of its protection, the Jew and the Gentile, the Christian and Mohammedan, the Hindoo and Infidel of every denomination. ~~Thomas Jefferson; Autobiography, referring to the Virginia Act for Religious FreedomBilly Graham: No! We’re not a Christian Country. We’ve never been a Christian Country. We’re a secular country, by our constitution. In which Christians live and which many Christians have a voice. But we’re not a Christian country.

  2. KG says:

    Very nice site. Good to see you making these resources available to people.
    I appreciate you linking to my “use wordle” Bible study tip above. That tip is actually included in a whole category on the site that includes a number of other study tips as well. If anyone is interested they can link to them here:


  3. Ana says:

    There were, up until well past the 1900s.Prayer in Colonial Schools:In Colonial America the schools were motsly run by the churches. The first settlers in America felt that it was important that children learned to read so they could read their Bibles. Learning right from wrong and developing good moral character were considered as important as learning the 3R’s. School Prayer was a natural part of the Pilgrims school life. The Churches played a big part in the formation of schools in America: See History of Schools in AmericaBible Reading School Prayer:As part of the daily curriculum, students were taught to pray and read using the Bible. Later in 1690 the New England Primer was introduced which taught spelling, reading and the Alphabet using Bible verses, thus teaching both reading and Bible morals at the same time. Daily school prayer was a natural part of this educational system. After the American Revolution, Noah Webster introduced the Blue Book Speller which also used Bible verses to teach reading and spelling. In 1836 the McGuffey Reader was introduced which also featured Bible verses to teach moral values. This school system produced some of the worlds brightest inventors and set the Industrial Revolution in motion. The schools continued to be run motsly by Christian Churches until the 1890 s at which point States started to take control of the existing schools. By 1900 many other text books were in use and they all had Bible quotes in them.