Bible Basics is an overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The charts and exercises included in the study will be valuable resources for those new to Bible study as well as more experienced Bible students. The 12-week study includes an introduction, lessons on each division of the Bible, and tips for studying Scripture. Lesson outlines and supplemental teaching notes are provided to aid group leaders in developing lesson plans. There are appendices on topics ranging from, "What does it mean to be a Christian?" to the importance of prayer in Bible study. The Bible Basics curriculum will open the students' eyes to the richness of God's Word, the consistency of the message from front-to-back, and the importance of understanding God's instructions and receiving his encouragement. Participants of this study will find applications for life in our complicated world using the Bible as the primary source of truth.
About the Author
Caroline S. Cooper is a Christian author with a passion for teaching God's Word. Her mission is to write Bible studies, devotions and books that will inspire people to turn to the Bible as God's source of truth and encouragement in a changing and challenging world. For over 15 years, Caroline has developed and taught Bible studies for Sunday School and Bible Fellowship classes. As a speaker, Caroline enjoys preparing unique and interactive presentations for the purpose of teaching Scripture, providing fellowship opportunities for believers, and encouraging individuals to seek a more intimate relationship with the Lord. In addition to writing, Caroline is active in music ministry and has previously served as a church music director for children's choir, handbell choir, and orchestra. She is an experienced composer/arranger of music for worship including several children's Christmas musicals, handbell music, and choir anthems. Caroline has a Master's in Bible & Theology from Calvary Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, and a Bachelor's in Music Education from the University of Texas-Arlington. She married her college sweetheart in 1983. They have four children, two son-in-laws, and one grandchild. Caroline and her husband, Harry, recently became empty nesters and are looking forward to watching God work in this new phase of life. Caroline enjoys writing, music, playing bridge and other games, and watching movies with the family.