Most Christians commonly go to Bible study on a Tuesday or Wednesday evening and some during the day. However, teaching Bible study outside of those days on a personal level is a great idea and it allows you to reach out to those that might not have been able to attend regular Bible study or those who would like to learn more about God.
Below are 4 creative ways to get started!
1) Host An Online Bible Study. There are many reasons to use technology, but I can think of no better way to use it than studying the Word of God! Google the phrase “Women’s Bible Study” and you’ll find numerous studies going on all over the world and there’s no reason why you can’t do it as well! Simply start by asking some of your Christian sisters online if they would be interested in participating in an Online Bible Study. Even if you get two to three people that’s a good start.
2) Host a Bible Study Game Night! To keep things fresh and exciting it’s always a good idea to host a fun Bible Study Game Night. You can incorporate Bible Trivia style games themed around your choice of scriptures. This gives an opportunity for participants to really get involved and feel good about learning! Everyone can play solo or play on teams. Person or team with the most points gets a prize!
3) Host a Spiritual Vision Board Party! Have each person create a vision board using their spiritual goals, hopes, and dreams. Encourage them to be creative, they can even include things that they want to see, do, and experience over the next year. Make sure that everyone has scriptures that correspond with the list they’ve created. Once the vision boards have been made, have a prayer session about your goals. God has a plan for all of us and we should yield to him.
4) Host a Bible Study Journal session! Encourage your Bible Study team to keep a journal a week before the next bible study. They should write everyday in the journal, their daily struggles, lessons learned, moments of clarity and any questions they may have. When the group gets together, everyone should openly share items from their journals and scriptures they used during the week to keep them focused.