Whether you're looking to lead a small group of people through a book of the Bible, or through the issues related to a particular topic, there's plenty in the library to help.

Here’s a list of all the Bible studies that are available in a paid membership for GoThereFor.com.

Pathway Bible Guides

Not everyone has a secondary or tertiary education. Not everyone grew up speaking English. Not everyone has been developing their Bible reading skills for years. This is the thinking behind our range of Pathway Bible Guides. 

These are studies that are short and straightforward, and which use an uncomplicated vocabulary. Yet, at the same time, they are also studies that do justice to the passages being studied and model good Bible-reading principles.

Beginning with God (Genesis 1–12)

Beginning with God (Genesis 1-12)

These straightforward studies look at the opening chapters of the Bible, and the beginning of everything—of creation, of humanity, of sin, and of God’s amazing plan to rescue us through Jesus. (8 studies)

Getting to Know God (Exodus 1–20)

Getting to Know God (Exodus 1-20)

In Exodus 1-20 we meet the true and living God who makes and keeps promises, judges, saves and triumphs, who provides for his people and teaches them in his holy ways. (8 studies)

One Life Under God (Deuteronomy)

One Life Under God (Deuteronomy)

In this Pathway Bible Guide, Paul Barker guides you through the important OT book of Deuteronomy, discovering rich and practical truths about God and how we serve him. (8 studies)

The Art of Living (Proverbs)

The Art of Living (Proverbs)

"How should I live my life?" When it comes to the art of living, the book of Proverbs is the best place to start, because its wisdom is no less than God’s wisdom. These studies help you to understand what true wisdom is and how true wisdom is ultimately found in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. (8 studies)

Seeing Things God's Way (Daniel)

Seeing Things God’s Way (Daniel)

Like Daniel and his friends, captive in Babylon, Christians live as strangers and exiles in this world. In the book of Daniel, we find rich teaching and encouragement to keep seeing things God’s way. (8 studies)

Return to the Lord (Hosea)

Return to the Lord (Hosea)

What is love? The Bible has much to say in answer to this deceptively tricky question, but perhaps few biblical perspectives on love are more startling or more confronting than the picture offered by the prophet Hosea. (9 studies)

Fear and Freedom (Matthew 8–12)

Fear and Freedom (Matthew 8-12)

Jesus is revealed as a man of authority and compassion—yet not just a man, for he speaks and acts with the power of God. Follow Jesus from fear to freedom. (8 studies)

The Unexpected Kingdom (Matthew 13-17)

The Unexpected Kingdom (Matthew 13-17)

Who is Jesus? And what kind of kingdom does he promise his followers? These are the big questions at stake in Matthew 13-17. (8 studies)

Following Jesus (Luke 9–12)

Following Jesus (Luke 9-12)

Join Jesus on the road to Jerusalem and learn what following him really means. It means saying 'no' to ourselves and 'yes' to Jesus as Lord and King. (7 studies) 

Peace with God (Romans)

Peace with God (Romans)

In his letter to the Romans, Paul shows us that there is only one way back to peace, and that is through trusting in the work of Jesus. (9 studies)

Church Matters (1 Corinthians 1–7)

Church Matters (1 Corinthians 1-7)

It doesn’t really matter what we think about church; what really matters is what God thinks about church. This study explores the different 'church matters' the apostle Paul raises with his gifted, feisty, divided friends at Corinth. (8 studies)

He is Our Peace (Ephesians)

He is our Peace (Ephesians)

These studies, written by well-known British preacher and author, David Jackman, take you through the riches of Paul's letter to the Ephesians. (10 studies)

Standing Firm (1 Thessalonians)

Standing Firm (1 Thessalonians)

Standing firm means sticking with Jesus and the message of hope and salvation that comes through the cross. Like the Thessalonians, be challenged to stand firm in the gospel while being thoroughly changed by it. (8 studies)

Jesus Through Old Testament Eyes

Jesus through Old Testament Eyes

Understand how and why the Old Testament is the indispensable key to properly understanding the life and ministry of the most extraordinary person who ever lived. Grow in your understanding of the Bible's big picture, and in your appreciation for the Lord Jesus and all he accomplished. (8 studies)

For Our Sins (The cross)

For Our Sins (The Cross)

A compelling step-by-step tour of the Bible’s teaching on this most important subject. Whether you’re an established Christian, a new believer or an interested investigator, these eye-opening studies will deepen your understanding of why we can say that Jesus died for our sins. (8 studies)

Alive with Christ (The resurrection)

Alive with Christ (The Resurrection)

For 2000 years, Christians have persistently claimed that Jesus of Nazareth was crucified on a Roman cross and laid in a carefully guarded tomb, dead—only for hundreds of eyewitnesses to see him physically alive again. It’s a claim that has echoed down through history and transformed countless lives. But can we really be sure it’s true? (8 studies)

Interactive Bible Studies

We often describe Interactive Bible Studies as like taking a guided tour through an old city. You get to see the highlights, learn some background information, and you are given directions on what to explore next in your own time.

They're studies designed to stimulate interaction with the Bible, with each other, with your current thoughts and attitudes, and with God as you talk to him about it all. Written by renowned and gifted Bible teachers, Interactive Bible Studies are halfway between a sermon and a set of study questions. While they provide excellent biblical input and direction, they also leave you to do much of the exploration.

Beyond Eden (Genesis 1-11)

Beyond Eden (Genesis 1-11)

The first eleven chapters of the Bible are full of cataclysmic events—the creation of the world, the fall of mankind, the flood. But what is their significance for 21st-century Christians? (9 studies)

Out of Darkness (Exodus 1-18)

Out of Darkness (Exodus 1-18)

Andrew Reid guides us through the extraordinary story of God's rescue of Israel, and shows us how this drama points to the work of Christ. (8 studies)

The Shadow of Glory (Exodus 19-40)

The Shadow of Glory (Exodus 19-40)

Exodus 19-40 is one of the most significant sections of the entire Bible. It not only lays the foundation of God's relationship with his chosen people Israel, but also foreshadows the glorious relationship of God with all humanity through Jesus Christ. (7 studies)

The One and Only (Deuteronomy)

The One and Only (Deuteronomy)

his set of studies will leave you with a picture of an awesome and wonderful God who has kept his promises, and, in his Son, delivered salvation to his worldwide people, as we wait on the edge of a heavenly inheritance. (8 studies)

Remember the Rock (Joshua)

Remember the Rock (Joshua)

Your tour guide as Joshua leads God’s people into the Promised Land to claim their inheritance. There’s plenty of action and drama and it can seem as if Israel will never prevail against its enemies, but keep watch for the signs of God at work. (6 studies)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Judges)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Judges)

The book of Judges is certainly a dark and gruesome part of the Bible, in which Israel lurches from sin to judgement to salvation and back again with grim regularity. Yet it contains strong warnings and encouragements for us as Christian's today. (10 studies)

Famine and Fortune (Ruth)

Famine and Fortune (Ruth)

The future looks bleak for Naomi and her widowed Moabite daughter-in-law, Ruth, as they journey back to Israel in search of food and a new family. How redemption is achieved, by whom and for whom, forms the plot of one of the Bible's most wonderful stories. (4 studies)

God Will Have His King (1 Samuel)

God Will Have His King (1 Samuel)

Des Smith guides you through 1 Samuel, showing how the earliest days of kingship in Israel prepared the way for Jesus, God’s true king. (9 studies)

Renovator's Dream (Nehemiah)

Renovator’s Dream (Nehemiah)

It has been called a builder's manual, a handbook on management and a how-to guide for getting your employees to do their jobs. But is leadership and building really what the book of Nehemiah is all about? (7 studies)

The Eye of the Storm (Job)

The Eye of the Storm (Job)

Bryson Smith takes us to the heart of Job, and to the valuable lessons it teaches us about life and suffering and the true wisdom of God. (6 studies)

The Beginning of Wisdom (Proverbs Vol. 1)

The Beginning of Wisdom (Proverbs vol. 1)

Proverbs is a favourite book of the Old Testament for many Christians. It's so full of practical advice on how to live wisely and well in God's world. But is Proverbs more than just a large collection of pithy sayings? (7 studies)

Living the Good Life (Proverbs vol. 2)

Living the Good Life (Proverbs vol. 2)

Joshua Ng guides us through some of the common themes of chapters 10-31, including work, wealth, marriage, children, friendship and the power of words. (8 studies)

The Search for Meaning (Ecclesiastes)

The Search for Meaning (Ecclesiastes)

It's the greatest research project of all time. The wisest man in the ancient world, with almost limitless resources at his disposal, sets out to find the answer to the biggest conundrum of all time: the meaning of life. (9 studies)

Garden of Love (Song of Songs)

Garden of Love (Song of Songs)

What does God have to say in this passionate poem, how does it relate to Jesus, and what does it mean for us? (4 studies)

Two Cities (Isaiah)

Two Cities (Isaiah)

Too often, we choose to ignore books like Isaiah, putting them in the 'too hard for Bible study' basket. And yet it's a book we should read. Careful explanations of difficult passages and well-crafted, challenging questions make studying this crucial Old Testament book a whole lot less daunting. (9 studies)

Kingdom of Dreams (Daniel)

Kingdom of Dreams (Daniel)

The book of Daniel contains some of the Bible's most vivid and unusual stories. It's an exciting read, but a disturbing one too. What are we to make of Daniel's dreams and visions? And what does Daniel have to say to us in our age? (9 studies)

Warning Signs (Jonah)

Warning Signs (Jonah)

Is Jonah a Christ-like figure, spending three days in the belly of the whale before being sent to save a lost city? Or is he a disobedient sulker whom God teaches a lesson about love and mercy? (6 studies)

Burning Desire (Obadiah and Malachi)

Burning Desire (Obadiah/Malachi)

The books of Obadiah and Malachi are among the briefest in the Bible, but their contents are pure dynamite. Both prophets provide us with portraits of a God who can be passionate, weary with displeasure, possessive and angry. And yet this same God keeps his promises, does not change, and throws open the windows of heaven to those who turn to him. (6 studies)

Living By Faith (Habakkuk)

Living By Faith (Habakkuk)

Explore the somewhat neglected, but deeply personal, Old Testament book of Habakkuk. (5 studies)

On That Day (Zechariah)

On That Day (Zechariah)

Zechariah, with its opulent and sometimes terrifying imagery of the coming 'day of the Lord', is a hard and challenging prophecy to read. Yet it will repay study richly, when seen in its context not only in the Old Testament, but as a promise of the Lord Jesus. (8 studies)

Full of Promise (OT Overview)

Full of Promise (Old Testament overview)

If you've always wondered what the Old Testament is really about... If you feel like the Old Testament is a confusing mix of hard-to-understand laws and boring history... If you've ever been confused about how the Old Testament relates to Jesus... then you need Full of Promise. (8 studies)

The Good Living Guide (Matthew 5:1-12)

The Good Living Guide (The Beatitudes)

The Beatitudes are among the best-known verses in the Bible, but have you ever taken the time to find out what they really mean? Unlock the meaning of some of the most famous words of Jesus. (9 studies)

News of the Hour (Mark)

News of the Hour (Mark)

The long-awaited king of Israel, the Messiah, has finally arrived. However, this Messiah speaks repeatedly of his impending death and humiliation. Could this refer to the growing opposition of the religious authorities? And if he is indeed rejected and killed, where will this leave the kingdom of God he is claiming to bring? (10 studies)

Proclaiming the Risen Lord (Luke 24 - Acts 2)

Proclaiming the Risen Lord (Luke 24-Acts 2)

Jesus is risen from the dead! This claim is at the heart of what Christians believe, and those who believe it would also stake their lives on the fact that it is true. But what reason and confidence do we have for telling others about it? (6 studies)

Mission Unstoppable (Acts)

Mission Unstoppable (Acts)

Acts of the Apostles? A better way to describe Luke's second volume would be "the acts of the risen Christ". He wants his gospel to go out to the ends of the earth, and neither persecution nor opposition is going to stop him. (10 studies)

The Free Gift of Life (Romans 1-5)

The Free Gift of Life (Romans 1-5)

Understand how Romans can change everything for you. Learn how God shows us his justice and his mercy in putting us right with him through the death of Christ, and how we can have full assurance that we have been changed forever. (8 studies)

The Free Gift of Sonship (Romans 6-11)

The Free Gift of Sonship (Romans 6-11)

Delve into the personally challenging teaching about obedience and righteousness in chapter 6; the demanding discussion about whether God has kept his promises to Israel in chapters 9-11; and the majestic teaching of chapter 8 regarding the Spirit, the Christian life and the hope of glory. (8 studies)

The Freedom of Christian Living (Romans 12-16)

The Freedom of Christian Living (Romans 12-16)

In these last five chapters of Romans, Paul spells out the practical implications of God's amazing free gift of life and sonship in the gospel. He deals with our relationships with each other, our interaction with the non-Christian world around us, our attitude towards civil authorities, and more besides. (7 studies)

Free for All (Galatians)

Free for All (Galatians)

In his letter to the Galatians, Paul sorts out just what is a true Christian. Today, with an abundance of religious groups all calling themselves 'Christian' and all with different ideas about what that means, the message of Galatians is one we desperately need to hear. (8 studies)

Walk this Way (Ephesians)

Walk This Way (Ephesians)

In Paul's majestic letter to the Ephesians, the whole of our Christian journey is on view, from the secret and wonderful purposes of God before all creation to the final consummation when everything is summed up in Christ, and all points in between. (8 studies)

Partners for Life (Philippians)

Partners for Life (Philippians)

It's a favourite Christian letter, with its commands for us to rejoice in the Lord, to live in peace, to seek unity and to imitate the humility of our Saviour. In short, Philippians teaches us partnership for life. (8 studies)

The Complete Christian (Colossians)

The Complete Christian (Colossians)

What is the normal Christian life? What should Christians expect to experience? Is it simply a case of 'trust and obey' or is that too simplistic? What does it mean to be fully and genuinely a Christian? Colossians has satisfying answers. (8 studies)

To the Householder (1 Timothy)

To the Householder (1 Timothy)

Paul's letter to Timothy is packed with instructions about the way we ought to live as God's people. Can we resist the influence of false teaching in our midst? Can we hold onto the true gospel? Can we relate properly to each other as men and women, old and young, rich and poor, slaves and free? (9 studies)

Run the Race (2 Timothy)

Run the Race (2 Timothy)

Paul's emotional final letter to Timothy, written near the end of his life, is one of the most stirring and moving documents in the whole Bible. Paul himself has finished the race; he has persevered to the end. And he writes to Timothy, his dear Son in the faith, to urge him with all his heart to do the same. (6 studies)

The Path to Godliness (Titus)

The Path to Godliness (Titus)

In Paul's short letter to Titus, God reveals the path to true godliness. We are warned about false trails and given stirring encouragement about the source of true godliness, its motivation and the shape it will take. (6 studies)

From Shadow to Reality (Hebrews)

From Shadow to Reality (Hebrews)

Some Christians find the book of Hebrews a daunting prospect, with its detailed arguments about angels, Melchizedek and the short-comings of the old covenant. However, as is so often the case, God knows better than us what we need: strong encouragement to remain faithful and keep our confidence in Jesus. (10 studies)

The Implanted Word (James)

The Implanted Word (James)

In a world like this, the key to survival and growth, says James, is to humbly receive the Word which God has planted in us. And to receive it humbly means following it. Practical advice about real life, including joy, suffering, and use of the tongue. (8 studies)

Homeward Bound (1 Peter)

Homeward Bound (1 Peter)

The first letter of Peter is one of the gems of the New Testament. It is packed with glorious doctrine and teaching about our salvation in Christ, about how we are strangers and exiles here on earth, and about our true home in heaven that is to be the focus of our lives. (10 studies)

All you need to know (2 Peter)

All You Need To Know (2 Peter)

2 Peter is all about knowing Jesus. Jesus, who saved us. Jesus, whom God the Father glorified. Jesus, who promises us a new heaven and a new earth. Our knowledge of Jesus tells us how to live now, what to expect of life and what to hope for in the days to come. (6 studies)

Rest Assured (1 John)

Rest Assured (1 John)

Can we have any confidence about where we stand with God, and how can we know that Jesus really is "the way, the truth and the life"? Few parts of the Bible provide such clear and compelling answers to those questions as the short letter of 1 John. (9 studies)

The Vision Statement (Revelation)

The Vision Statement (Revelation)

Throughout Christian history, believers have struggled with the book of Revelation, with its symbolism, its dire judgements, its promises of eternal glory and its relationship with world history. These studies tread a path through the minefield of interpretations, avoiding speculation and making sure to stick to what the Bible is in fact saying. (9 studies)

Topical Bible Studies

The Blueprint (Doctrine)

The Blueprint (Doctrine)

Look at the interlocking biblical themes which are at the heart of Christian doctrine, concerning God, mankind, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, salvation, resurrection and the life to come. Explore the great biblical themes at the heart of Christian belief. (10 studies)

Bold I Approach (Prayer)

Bold I Approach (Prayer)

For many Christians, just the mention of 'prayer' is enough to arouse feelings of guilt, failure and confusion. However, when we turn to what God says about prayer in the Bible, we find that prayer is not nearly as complicated or difficult as we sometimes make it. (6 studies)

Cash Values

Cash Values (Money)

Money is a tricky topic for Christians, and we rarely sit down to carefully work out what the Bible has to tell us about it. But understanding the Bible's attitude to money is a key topic for Christians to grapple with. (5 studies)

Sing for Joy

Sing for Joy

Music and singing are wonderful gifts from God that seem strangely destined to cause frustration and grumbling in Christian churches around the globe. What the Bible has to say about why we sing and how we sing as God's forgiven people. (6 studies)

Woman of God

Woman of God

What does it mean to be a woman? What does it mean to be a woman who loves God and wants to serve him? What does the Bible say about being a woman? (8 studies)

Back to Basics

Back to Basics

Built around the well-known Just for Starters Bible studies, Back to Basics adds stories and illustrations both from Christian history and our day, songs old and new, discussion ideas and skills training material. (7 studies)

The Man who Makes a Difference

The Man who Makes a Difference

These Bible studies on Ephesians are especially written for men. They work well in men's groups, but they can also be studied individually or one-to-one. (7 studies)