The following studies are designed to take you even deeper into Scripture by focusing on individual books or themes of the Bible. Each of these studies follow the same proven format as The Bible Timeline, Matthew, and Acts (The Great Adventure Foundational Study Series).
If we consider that God is the Divine Bridegroom and the Church is his Bride, then the prophets can be seen as “spiritual marriage counselors.” In this study learn how their prophetic words speak to us even today, as they draw us closer to our heavenly Bridegroom, and show us how to share him with others.
This study looks through the lens of Christ and the Church to show that, more than just seeking to free His people from the domination of Pharaoh, God desired to free His people from the far more sinister tyranny of sin.
With Psalms: The School of Prayer, The Great Adventure moves from telling the Story to making it personal. While the historical books of the Bible recount God's creative and redemptive acts in history, the Psalms reveal Israel's response to God's covenant offer and serve as a model for our response to Him.
This study explores the key elements that the apostle Paul introduced to a new and growing Church. St. Paul taught the Corinthians about the nature of grace and the Church as the Body of Christ. In addition, he introduced the Corinthian Christians to the most powerful gift of all, the Eucharist.
Paul’s letter to the Galatians speaks directly to the heart of Christians and addresses the most important question we can ask: “What must we do to be saved?” Galatians is a study that will reignite your love for God as you learn of the astonishing love God has for you.
This study offers pearls for wise living by applying the wisdom of James to the present. For anyone who has struggled to live a truly Christian life, James offers a wealth of practical solutions for handling and even sanctifying everyday circumstances
This intriguing look at one of the most mysteries books of Scripture shows how the Kingdom established by Christ in His Church is intimately connected with the Kingdom of Heaven, especially through the celebration of the Mass.