Dig deeper into scripture with this free John in 30 Days Beginner's Bible Study and Reading Plan. You'll get 30 lessons which all include verses to read, study questions, real life reflection and application, plus an extra challenge.
guides you through the book of John one section at a time
teaches factual information of the people and the events in John
relates present day, personal life events to the events within Acts in order to apply your own spiritual and emotional consideration to the Scripture
Designed for those new to bible study or those wanting to reinforce their understanding of the Gospel of John, John in 30 Days takes you through events of Jesus' life and Crucifixion.
The study was created using mostly the NIV translation of the Bible. I use both an NIV and CEV physical bible and both the Olive Tree and Bible Gateway apps on my iPhone. I also use Bible Gateway on my computer for study so that I have access to a variety of translations.
Bonus: 3 Free John Bookmarks - you'll get 3 free John bookmarks that I made especially for this study. The link will be in your welcome email after your purchase.
**This is a digital download which you will receive access to immediately. Because of this, there are no refunds. Please look through the sample pages here before purchase. Thank you for understanding!
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You may email me at julie(at)lovingchristministries(dot)com for basic support. However, because technology and devices vary so much, I am unable to provide technical support beyond the basics (see below).
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