Free Bible Study Classes
New classes start on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, at Escalante Center in Tempe, Arizona. From 6 pm to 8 pm.
Sign up today. Class size is 25 people max.
The Bible class is free. We don’t want your money and will never ask! This is for people that want to get into the Bible and study.
All we ask is that you bring a Bible, pen, and notepad.
Six Week Intro Bible Study
We start with an Introduction class that will provide an overview of God’s plan of redemption from Genesis through Revelation.
Don’t let the word introduction fool you, this is an in debt verse by verse foundational six-week class. Taking just this class alone will help you with your Bible Study moving forward.
We do this by identifying the context of every book and every verse in the Bible, key passages, the Mosaic Law, Creation, Israel, Christ earthly ministry, Peter and the 11, the gospel of the Kingdom, the gospel of grace, the Body of Christ, and Eschatology.
We will together go through the entire Bible in just six weeks. After 6 weeks you will come away with a better understanding of God, His Son, and the Holy Spirit and how before the God created one single star He loved you and together the Triune God decided that Jesus Christ the Son would be the Redeemer of the world.
Location & Time
Location & Hours
Escalante Multi-generational Center
2150 E Orange St, Tempe, AZ 85281
First Class Tuesday April 30, 2019
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Last class June 6, 2019.
Location & Time Mesa Classes in April 2019
To Be Announced
Learn to Study the Bible not Just Read it
Sign up today for a Bible Study in your area. Currently, we have Bible classes in Mesa and Tempe. We are adding Bible studies in Phoenix Metro and Queen Creek areas shortly.
We study the Bible from cover to cover beginning with an overview of Biblical history using a biblical timeline. The Bible Timeline has helped hundreds of bible students of all walks of life better understand the Bible and will help you too.
All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work.
2 Timothy 3:16-17
Our study process is simple and straightforward as we follow a simple principle when reading the Bible:
When studying the Bible it’s always a good idea to first determine the following:
- Who’s writing?
- Who is the writer writing about?
- Who is the writer writing too?
- When was it written?
- What were the circumstances when it was written? (what was going on)
- What was going on before and after it was written?
- What is the HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF THE VERSE?
- Has the writer written bible verses that can be compared to what you’re reading?
- Are there other Bible verses that can help to support or interpret the passage?
Knowing the context of a passage is the most important factor in Bible Study. Not identifying the context of a passage has led to confusion and division in Christendom. Context is crucial to interpretation. Following the simple guides above, using Scripture to interpret Scripture and taking a literal approach to the reading of God’s Word will make the Bible easy to understand.