As many of you know, from 2014 to 2016 I led a women’s Bible study on the RTS Charlotte campus on the book of Romans–42 installments in all.
Starting in 2017, the women’s Bible study resumed with the book of Hebrews. This past fall, we just finished the 25th installment and plan to wrap up the book in the Spring.
We continue to be encouraged to hear that the videos are being watched by folks all over the country and the world. I even heard a recent story of someone coming to Christ by watching the videos in California.
For those interested in getting the videos and handouts, RTS just launched a new website and the Hebrews study has a new look. You can find the first 25 HD videos of Hebrews here, and we have also assembled all the study notes (thus far) into an e-book for you to download.
You can also download each handout individually. You will see the link to individual handouts as soon as you click on one of the videos to watch.
Due to the transition in the website, I have received a lot of emails lately asking where the videos went. Thanks for your patience as we work out the kinks.
If you are looking for the Romans videos/handouts, we are still working on that. In the meantime, you can find the Romans videos here (handouts are not up yet).
Also, please know you can always find the Romans and Hebrews videos on Vimeo.
For those looking to get a feel for the study, here’s my welcome video for the Hebrews study as well as the first installment:
Darlene Fitzhenry says
I am so thankful that this Hebrews study is available for groups across the internet.
It has been incredibly beneficial to the group I lead in Texas.
Matthew Rollins says
I am one of the men who has secretly watched the Romans study. (This was actually the first material I had ever read or watched by Dr. Kruger, and I’m glad I’ve stumbled upon his work on the biblical canon and early Christianity because of it. I got “Christianity at the Crossroads” for Christmas and am very excited to read it.)
My wife and I lead a small group, and the very first book we went through was Romans, and I can’t tell you how helpful the notes, video lectures, and discussion questions were for us. It helped us all have a lot more to discuss in person and to better understand the text. Thank you!
Pat Hammond says
Is there a way to get the Romans outlines? I’ve been watching the videos and plan to start a women’s group on Romans in a couple of weeks and believe they would be helpful.
When will the Hebrews study pick up again?
Theresa Oksness says
I have enjoyed both the Romans and Hebrews studies. Are you possibly considering a 3rd?