The Topical Bible Study has two parts. This section is called "Study Series" because it includes a series of sermons about a specific Bible topic. The first section is called "Single Studies."  Some of the topics in this section include questions and answers and sermons about Christmas or Resurrection Sunday (Easter). One of the unique topics is what did Jesus teach about eternal life. You can download PDF versions of the studies and in some cases MP3 online sermons.

Becoming A Father of the Faith - Becoming a father of the faith is clearly explained in Scripture. This series will help you learn these principles. These five studies will help you learn how to have a spiritually tender heart, have stronger faith, have the fruit of the Spirit growing in your life, and finally to discover God's qualifications for serving. This is a great series.
Bema Seat - Judgment of Christians - Did you know that the works of every Christian will be judged after they die according to 2 Corinthians 2:10? But do you know what will happen to you? What kind of judgment you will experience? This three part study will reveal why Christians will be judged. What will happen and how you will be judged. We encourage you to view the PDF while you listen to the audio.
Christmas Story - Biblical Accounts - The Christmas story is actually the historical account of the birth of Jesus Christ who is God. He was born in human flesh for the purpose of dying for the sins of every man and woman. What occurred had been prophesied in numerous Old Testament books and recorded in many individual prophecies.  When He was born, the expectations of many were fulfilled.
Evaluating the Health of Your Church - This series will help you evaluate the spiritual health of your church and yourself. There are seven important studies about the seven churches in Revelation. The first step toward spiritual decline starts with the church in Ephesus and the last step occurs in Laodicea. You will learn how to identify where you and your church are in the spiritual spiral.
Feasts of the Lord - The seven feasts of the Lord are instituted in Numbers 23. The feasts include the Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Day of Atonement and Tabernacles. This study will reveal rich truth for every Christian about the purpose and meaning of these feasts.
How To Prosper Financially - The Bible says much about wealth. Some claim that God wants every Christian to be wealthy, happy, and prosperous. They say that when faith is missing, we suffer. While that is true in a spiritual sense, it is not true for material things. Yet, God reveals that we do suffer financially when certain conditions are not meant. We encourage you to listen to these four studies.
Levitical Sacrificial Offerings - Five Levitical sacrifices are described in Leviticus 1-6. They include the burnt, grain/meal, peace, sin and guilt offerings. Discover the special meaning of each one and how they symbolize our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ.
Marriage In Splendor - God's View - God's view of marriage is radically different from that of our culture. Our culture promotes conflict in marriage. It is called individualism and looking out for self. Our culture says a positive self-image is important for individuals to be happy. But God has a different view. Since He made us, He knows how we should function in order to be happiest. You are invited to listen and discover how to have a splendid marriage.
Pursuing Holiness - Forgiving & Offending - There are some who will not forgive those who have offended them until the offender apologizes for their offense. They quote various New Testament passages to defend their lack of forgiveness. This series explores the New Testament's teaching about when we should forgive and what actions we should take when someone is in sin. We trust that God will give you wisdom as you study.
Resurrection Accounts - Resurrection of Christ - Easter is not about bunnies, pastel-colored chicken eggs, baskets, and chocolate candy? In fact, Easter is the wrong name for the celebration of the death and resurrection of Christ which is a historical event that is recorded in the four memoirs of the apostles and by secular writers.
Solving Church Conflicts - Are there conflicts in your church and you are looking for biblical guidance on how to solve them? The first place to start is by discovering if your church is functioning according to the pattern that God has given in His Word. If your church is violating God's pattern for the church, then you should not be surprised that conflicts exist. We hope that this study series is helpful.
Jesus Is God - Both the Old and New Testaments teach that Jesus is God. In the Old Testament, you will discover some wonderful prophesies that reveal Jesus is God. One of the greatest passages is Isaiah 48:16. From the New Testament, we have two studies which show that Jesus was and is God. One study looks at the gospels and the other covers the rest of the New Testament. At the same time the phrases "Son of God", "begotten" and "firstborn are explained. This is an important series.
What Jesus Taught About Eternal Life - Do you ever wonder what is required in order to go to heaven after you die? There are some who teach that one must be baptized. Others teach that a person must keep the Ten Commandments or do some type of work. Some have even taught that the apostles had different concepts about how to go to heaven, or be saved or have eternal life. Those are all interchangeable terms. Wouldn't it be fantastic to know what Jesus taught about eternal life? You will not want to miss this extremely important study. Your destiny is at stake.
What Jesus Taught About Prayer - In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus taught the crowds and the disciples how to pray. This study series will help you know how to pray too! It starts with "What does God want you to pray?" In this first study, you will discover a very common mistake that Christians make when they pray.  This important study is followed by a two part study titled, "How To Pray To God" from what is commonly called the "Lord's Prayer."