Learn to Study the Bible Like You Never Have Before

The new year is a good time to start fresh. Many people will be jumping into Bible reading plans with the hope of finishing before the end of the year. I’ve done this a few times and though I’ve finished twice, I’ve always struggled to get through some of the Old Testament Books.

Leviticus? Numbers? The struggle is real.

But I have a resource that can help.

My husband, John Richards, is offering a course that will walk you through the book of Mark over the course of one year. It’s a deep study—getting into Greek (the original language of the New Testament)—while helping you understand the historical and literary context.

Here’s a little background on my husband—

  • He has a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary.
  • He is a gifted bible expositor.
  • He has been teaching the Bible for over 15 years.
  • He’s passionate about biblical literacy, and wants to get proper study tools into your hands.

The best part is the course is affordable—only $30 for one year. You’ll have access to 52 video lessons, Bible Study templates to fill in, 4 quarterly webinars with John, and a Q & A Session with Seminary Toolbox faculty. I’m a proud faculty member—but I’ll share more on that later.

Here’s the thing—the course is limited to 50 participants. John wants to be able to guide his students through the text and provide some form of accountability, so we decided to cap it at a manageable number. So, if you want to be a part of it, sign up as soon as possible. John has a strong following on social media, and this is going to fill up fast.

You’re probably wondering why we’re charging people to study the Bible. Well, our experience has shown that people are more likely to commit to something that isn’t free. So, we figured $30 bucks is a reasonable one-time fee for a full year of course access.

Interested? Head on over to¬†Seminary Toolbox. Poke around and see what’s there. You can actually access the first lesson for FREE to make sure it fits your learning style. I hope you’ll join us on this journey.