S.O.A.P. Method

The S.O.A.P. Bible study method is a great way to start reading through your Bible and develop a deeper relationship with God. Click the button below to learn how to do S.O.A.P. study on your own and then snap a photo of your study and tag us on social media so we can see how S.O.A.P. is encouraging you in your relationship with Jesus Christ.

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Daily Scripture Study

Check out this SOAP study on the YouVersion app. SOAP is a simple process that includes reading a selected passage of Scripture, writing down an observation or two, committing to an application, and engaging in prayer

February SOAP Study

On Relationships

One of the great tasks of life is building awesome relationships. God wants us to learn how to love, and the only way we can do that is when we’re sharing life with other people. Check out this YouVersion study during the month of February.

Awesome Relationships

On Marriage

For February, we recommend this YouVersion study on marriage. Marriage is designed by God to show the world a picture of Christ’s relationship with the church. Why God would use our imperfect marriages to illustrate His perfect love is a mystery, but the implications are clear. How we live behind closed doors matters.

Profound Mystery

For Single Moms

We know February can be hard for many, especially single moms. This month, we recommend this YouVersion study...Adapted from her book, The Unseen Companion: God with the Single Mother , Michelle Lynn Senters writes encouraging letters to the single mother, offering the hope, healing, and love found in God and in His Word.

Woman of Promise

For Students

As Pastor Curt preaches on relationships, this is a great study for students to do during the month of February. Is there anything more complicated than family? You know that navigating family matters is not easy and, as a high schooler, you may find yourself wondering if it’s worth the trouble. At the same time, we know the people we live with affect our lives more than nearly anyone else, so what do we do? Find out in this 28-day devotional.

Family Matters for Students