The Breath of Life

The first book of the Bible, Genesis, introduces us to profound concepts and ideas which then reverberate through the rest of Scripture. The later writers of Israel’s historical narrative and powerful poetry are constantly picking up ideas from Genesis and using them as ‘hooks’ to communicate their message. Every time they use one of these…

How much of the Bible have you read?

We think the Bible and its story-line centred in Jesus is the most wonderful thing.  We would love to help you enrich your appreciation of the Scriptures, whichever segment of this pie chart you happen to be in!  Take a look at the course details below and come in and join us as you learn.  Open…

Understanding the Gospels

A 12 section course about the gospel records of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, in the New Testament of the Bible. The word “gospel” means “good news”, and this course material is largely based on the contents of the records themselves. It aims to provide sound evidence that Jesus was a real historical figure and…

Bible Reading Plan with guidance notes

Start at any time of year with our clearly laid out plan which will take you through the most important messages of the Bible in a year. As you follow the reading plan, use the notes provided to help you think about and understand the passages.  We hope you find them both interesting and useful in…

A Guide to Bible Prophecy

A 6 section course exploring one of the most intriguing and exciting aspects of the Bible.  This course is designed for those with minimal prior knowledge of the Bible.  Starting by clearly defining what a prophecy is and their importance in establishing the reliability of the Bible, this course then examines in detail some of…

Pontius Pilate’s Legacy

Pontius Pilate features large in the New Testament account of the trial and crucifixion of Jesus but the only surviving contemporary record of him outside the Bible is this inscription, found in Caesarea in 1961.  It is a particularly significant archaeological find as it is an authentic 1st-century Roman inscription which confirms what was known…