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The Knowing God Evangelistic Home Bible Study

"We believe that most church members really do care about reaching their neighbors, friends, and relatives for Christ - they just need an effective evangelistic strategy...

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A Four-week, Highly Relational, Biblically Faithful, Evangelistic Tool to Help you Reap a Harvest for Christ in Your Very Own Neighborhood.

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Home Bible Study

Matthew 9:36-38 says, “When He (Jesus) saw the crowds, He had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field.’”

An important question to ask ourselves is, “Do we truly have compassion, as Jesus did, for the people in our neighborhoods who have never heard the gospel and are on their way to an eternity separated from God?”

Until now, an evangelistic home Bible study was almost non-existent among the hundreds of small group studies for Christians. The Knowing God home Bible study humbly seeks to fill this gap by empowering you with a 4 week, highly relational, Biblically faithful, evangelistic tool to help you reap a harvest for Christ in your very own neighborhood.

When it comes to evangelism, the question is often considered, "should we take a steady relational approach OR a direct approach centering on Biblical truths of God's nature, the bad news of sin, and the glorious good news of salvation in Christ?"

We think the answer is...


As you explore the content of the Knowing God Evangelistic home Bible study, you'll discover that Biblical truth is directly presented throughout each lesson, but it is done so in the context of friendship and genuine care - set in an environment of Christian love and hospitality, and warmly experienced week by week in each host home.

The Knowing God Evangelistic Home Bible Study equips you with a Leader's Guide and your group members with their own Student's Guides.

The Leader’s Guide is uniquely designed because it expands each page of the Student’s Guide into two pages. This format provides additional room for the boxed teaching notes designed to help you, the leader, guide your group discussions.

You'll quickly notice that some portions of your Leader’s Guide are in boxes and other parts are not. The boxed information appears only in your Leader’s Guide, while the unboxed information appears in both your Leader’s Guide and your Student’s Guide.

The boxed material is for you as the Leader.  It's a bit like having an experienced evangelist, whispering in your ear, guiding you, as you guide others through the content.

The unboxed material should be read aloud by your small group members during your meeting, and often serves as prompts for conversation, with blanks for discussion throughout the material.

You'll notice that in your Leader’s Guide, the blanks have already been filled in, but the same blanks in the Student’s Guide are incomplete.  Please understand that this is not "homework."  The material is designed so your group members will not know the answers unless they participate in the conversational weekly group sessions.

The content is not only conversational in style, but intentional in focus.  The four sessions build upon one another - learning about God, His Word, His character, our sin, Christ's sacrifice, and guiding the group members to a point of response to the Gospel in week 4.

Session One: Why Should I Believe in God?
Session Two: Why Should I Believe the Bible?
Session Three: What is God Like?
Session Four: How Do I Get to Heaven?

The question naturally arises, "all this sounds great.... but how do we get our neighbors to come to our homes and participate?"

  • Pray to be used by Christ in His mission to seek and save the lost.
  • Call, text, and/or visit neighbors that you know and invite them to join you for coffee and snacks and discussion on Knowing God for the next four weeks in your home.
  • Knock on the doors of families in your neighborhood whom you don't yet know, and extend the warm invitation to do the same.

Will they all say yes?  Of course not.  But we remember the words of Jesus, "other sheep I have which are not of this fold; them also I must bring, and they will hear My voice."

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We're not left to wonder if Jesus thinks it’s worth knocking on 100 doors to find one lost sheep…

Jesus said,

“What man among you, if he has a hundred sheep and has lost one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the open pasture and go after the one which is lost until he finds it? When he has found it, he lays it on his shoulders, rejoicing. And when he comes home, he calls together his friends and his neighbors, saying to them, ‘Rejoice with me, for I have found my sheep which was lost!' I say to you that likewise there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine just persons who need no repentance."

Luke 15:1-7

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