Story of Redemption


Looking for an evangelistic Bible study or correspondence series that connects with postmodern culture? Look no further! The Story of Redemption tells the overall story of salvation and God’s plan for humanity.


The Story of Redemption is specifically written for those who are seeking God, and it assumes no prior Bible knowledge or church background. Many Story of Redemption studies are being used in small groups and Neighborhood Bible Studies. These studies meet for about an hour, over coffee and dessert, with 8-10 people in a warm, open, and inviting atmosphere. No one will be made to feel uncomfortable, and those who come can decide each week if they will return. The video above is a wonderful illustration of how this study can be used in a small group setting.


The Story of Redemption

  • Part 1 - Creation (Is This the World God Intended?)
  • Part 2 - The God of Grace (Who Is this God I’m Supposed to Serve?)
  • Part 3 - Faith and the Promise to Abraham (What Does It Mean to Trust God?)
  • Part 4 - Jesus’ Birth, Life and Ministry (What if God Were One of Us?)
  • Part 5 - The Radical Life of Discipleship (What Kind of Life Does God Want Me to Live?)
  • Part 6 - Jesus’ Arrest and Trial (Why Did Jesus Die?)
  • Part 7 - Jesus’ Death (The Price Is Paid)
  • Part 8 - Resurrection (Taking Hold of the New Life)
Most evangelistic studies are out of date and out of touch, both in content (they assume knowledge of the Bible and the basic gospel story) and in form (unattractive, texts only, or pictures from the 1950s!).  The world today is dramatically changed, and a new evangelistic study is needed for today.
This study is new.  Different.  Better.  And incredibly effective in bringing lost people to faith in Christ.  Why?  Because the Story of Redemption is God’s story, and it is powerful!


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