Women's Bible Study Ideas on Books of the Bible

Search our online database of teaching and Bible study outlines on various books of the Bible. Find Bible Studies that walk through entire books of the Bible like Jonah, Ruth, and Philippians to help you prepare lessons and studies for your women's ministry event or small group.

Books of the Bible Teaching Notes

Already Free (Part 1) by Christina Patterson
Have you ever felt trapped or stuck in life? Have you ever felt held back and restrained from experiencing the freedom in Christ we read about in the Bible? If you have, I completely understand. And I want to encourage you to know this: the freedom to love, and hope, and dream, and have joy, and peace, and satisfaction is not a fairy tale. Through the gospel of Jesus Christ, we can experience true freedom...


Prideful Prophet by Nicole Unice
There is a truth in my life that I’d rather not acknowledge. I do more growing in my relationship with God in the painful places in my life. I’m sighing as I write this because I know how true it is. The difficulties, the struggles, the unanswered questions: this is where I am hungry to know God. I wish it wasn’t true of my pitiful...


Remarkable and Resilient: Ruth (1 of 4) by Carol McLeod
The impact of one ordinary life is anything but ordinary When we commit to follow Christ relentlessly our propensity For greatness is exponentially increased When we determine not to follow our emotions, cultural opinions And human preferences but to follow the principles found in the Bible – Everything about our life changes … everything! When we choose faithfulness over fear …


Is This All There Is by Jennifer Waddle
I’m ashamed by some of the ungrateful thoughts I’ve had. I’ve been really ungrateful at times. But as I take a look around, right now as I type this, I see my cold glass of iced tea, my Bible,and an amazing view of the Rocky Mountains right outside my window. I am blessed. So why do I feel such a heavy cloud of dissatisfaction at times? A dissatisfaction that whispers, ‘‘Is this all there is?’’ Can anyone relate?


When Things Don't Go Your Way by Paulette Phillips
Esther was part of a nation of people who had been mistreated. Satan’s plan has always been ethnic cleansing for the Jews. The leaders of Nazi Germany feared the power of the Book of Esther so much that they banned the reading of the book. For much of history, anti-Semitism plagued the world, as hate-filled and cunning enemies sought to destroy the apple of God’s eye...


It’s a Big Front Seat! by Deb Waterbury
It wasn’t very long ago when I heard a rather popular Christian woman speaker make a very surprising confession: she stated that even though she had been speaking and preaching for over 20 years, she had never actually read all of the Bible. I was stunned! She, of course, went on in defense of herself that the parts she didn’t read were the “begets” and “begottens” and some of the lists included in Scripture...


Faithful Behavior by Debbie Stuart
Grab your Bible, and turn to John 2. Lord, I pray You’d interrupt our lives with YOUR glory. Cause our thoughts to be in accordance with Your will, so we accomplish Your plan and purpose for this day and in our lives. We commit to faithful behavior. John, Chapter 2 records the first miracle Jesus performed where he turned water into wine at a wedding celebration...


Diverse Tongues by Jamie Rohrbaugh
Have you ever been curious about the gift of diverse tongues (also called speaking in tongues) mentioned in the Bible? Would you like to also know how you can have this gift and use it to draw closer to God? Speaking in tongues is an oft-misunderstood subject. People who tend to deny God’s supernatural power often dismiss the gift of diverse tongues...


The Invitation by Sheila Wise Rowe
"Whoever drinks the water that I will give him will never be thirsty. The water that I will give him will become in him a well of life that lasts forever." (John 4:14, New Life Version). The Lord has placed within each of us a yearning for this water, and He will accompany us on our Journey to The Well of Life. Yet we struggle to accept that the water Jesus offers will completely satisfy our thirst. God alone is our Healer...


Sarah - A Mother Who Finished Strong by Shanna Gregor
By faith Sarah herself received power to conceive, even when she was past the age, since she considered him faithful who had promised. Sarah’s story didn’t look very promising from the beginning—at least from the perspective of natural circumstances. The first mention of her in the Bible describes her as Abram’s wife, Sarai, who is barren and had no children...


Kingdom Building Through the Life of Jeremiah (Part 1) by Jennifer Kostick
We have each been created by the Maker of the universe – intricately woven with matchless pieces from Himself that gives us just a hint of who He is and the smallest clue as to who we are. Upon creation He fills us with longing that leaks from our souls. Little-by-little from the time we have intelligent thought we begin the lifelong search of figuring out what we were created to do and why....