Personal Study Topics
We welcome personal Bible studies with those visiting our web site as well as those visiting with us during our weekly assemblies.
The following is a list of various topics we suggest for visitors requesting personal Bible studies. The list may prompt many other topics of interest - we are happy to study any Bible subject. If you see a topic you would like to study, please contact us by email from the "contact us" tab on the web site or by phone (936) 372-2545 and we will reply back promptly. These are correspondence type studies, not pre-prepared lessons.
#1. Overview of the Bible Message.
#2. The Old and New Testament: Similarities and Differences.
#3. Growing My Faith: I want to believe, but I am uncertain about God.
#4. Are the scriptures reliable and accurate?
#5. There are many Bible translations. Which ones are the best?
#6. Is it appropriate to not attend church? Is it acceptable to God to stay home?
#7. The Lord's Day and the Lord's Supper.
#8. What does non-demoninational mean? Does the New Testament really say anything about this?
#9. Should religous teachings and doctrine change as our society changes?
#10. Why are there so many Christian religious groups? (History of religious development from the first century).
#11. Is Christianity something you just have to believe in, having no rational evidence or proofs to confirm it?