Resources for Study and Growth

What God has said isn't only alive and active! It is sharper than any double-edged sword. His word can cut through our spirits and souls and through our joints and marrow, until it discovers the desires and thoughts of our hearts."
(Hebrews 4:12)

The Bible is the story of God and His interaction with His creation, which He loves. It interprets our world, and helps us understand who we are and what we can become by the grace of God.

The Bible studies on our website have been used in adult Bible classes and study groups to dig into God's word together. Through them the Bible has guided our search for God, a deeper knowledge of Jesus Christ, a continual transformation by the work of the Spirit, and an understanding of God's purposes for us.  Use the series and outlines to guide you in personal Bible study and spiritual growth. New studies are constantly added.

The resources found on this page may be used to bless the local church. Permission is granted to print and copy for use by a local church. If you work and serve in a congregation of Christ-followers and find these resources helpful, please feel free to use them to God's glory. All rights are reserved by the Green Lawn church or by the individuals who wrote these materials. No part of these documents may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the copyright holder indicated in the material.

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    Worth It!
    09.04.16 | Resources | Adults | by Dewey Howard

    The apostle Peter gave a declarative "Yes!" to the scattered church in his day –  faith and life in Christ is more than worth it.

    The Gospel of John
    03.27.16 | Resources | Adults | by Mike Wilson

    What is it about Jesus that first compelled you to want to know more about Him? Discover how John answers that question in his gospel and enjoy the life that comes from believing in who Jesus is.

    Walking A Certain Future
    09.01.15 | Resources | Adults | by Dewey Howard

    Do you ever get concerned for the future? You're not sure which way our world is going (and what you are sure about doesn't look good). What does it mean to live the life Christ has called us to in our world?