Women’s Bible Studies by Book of the Bible

 

Today while I was running, I thought to myself:

“How cool would it be to have a list of women’s Bible studies by book of the Bible?”

When I came home and tried to Google to see if such a list existed, I couldn’t find one. So tonight’s project was to list every book in the Bible and then list a Bible study specific to that book of the Bible.   The Bible studies I have listed are ones I have completed, reviewed or discussed. I would love it if you would add your knowledge to this post!

Looking for a Bible study on a certain book of the Bible?  Look no further! Check out this list of women's Bible studies categorized by book of the Bible.

Old Testament

Genesis- BSF International: Genesis
Exodus
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy- Beth Moore- The Law of Love: DVD Kit
Joshua
Judges
Ruth- Darlene Schacht- FREE download
Ruth- Kelly Minter: Ruth: loss, love & legacy (The Living Room Series)
I Samuel
II Samuel
I Kings
II Kings
I Chronicles
II Chronicles
Ezra
Nehemiah- Kelly Minter: Nehemiah: A Heart That Can Break DVD Leader Kit (The Living Room Series)
Esther- Beth Moore- Esther: It’s Tough Being a Woman (DVD Leader Kit)
Esther- Darlene Schacht- FREE download
Job
Psalms- Beth Moore: Stepping Up: A Journey Through the Psalms of Ascent DVD Set By Beth Moore
Proverbs- Courtney Joseph: FREE download for Proverbs 31 woman by subscription
Eccelsiastes
Song of Solomon- Lisa Harper: What Every Girl Wants- A Portrait of Love and Intimacy in the Song of Solomon
Isaiah- BSF International: Isaiah
Jeremiah
Lamentations
Ezekiel
Daniel- Beth Moore: Beth Moore Daniel 6 Disc Dvd Set
Hosea- BSF International: Minor Prophets
Joel
Amos
Obadiah
Jonah- Priscilla Shirer: Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted – Member Book
Micah
Nahum
Habakkuk
Zephaniah
Haggai
Zechariah
Malachi – A Love that Never Lets Go-Lisa Harper

New Testament

Matthew- BSF International: Matthew
Mark
Luke- Good Morning Girls: Luke
John- BSF International: John
Acts- BSF International: Acts
Romans- BSF International: Romans
I Corinthians
II Corinthians
Galatians
Ephesians- Jenifer Jernigan-Dive Deeper: Finding Deep Faith Beyond Shallow Religion (InScribed Collection)
Ephesians- Stone Soup for Five – Ephesians
Ephesians- Good Morning Girls- Ephesians
Philippians-Darlene Schacht: FREE download
Colossians- Good Morning Girls- Colossians
I Thessalonians
II Thessalonians
I Timothy
II Timothy
Titus
Philemon
Hebrews
James- Beth Moore: James: Mercy Triumphs (DVD Leader Kit)
James- Good Morning Girls- James
I Peter
II Peter
I John- Good Morning Girls- I John
II John
III John
Jude
Revelation- Beth Moore: Here and Now, There and Then DVD Series (Revelation)
Revelation- BSF International: Revelation

I would love it if you would help me add to this list in the comments!

Be sure to check out the Women’s Bible Study Directory that includes a list of Women’s Bible studies by topic and by Bible character.

Have a marvelous Monday!

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40 Comments

  1. Cindy Korsmo says:

    I’ve done a few (the first two listed below) in the Fresh Life Series by Lenya Heitzig and Penny Rose that are studies in a book of the Bible but don’t cover the entire book. They are: Live Relationally (women in Genesis), Live Fearlessly (Joshua), Live Reflectively (Moses/Exodus), Live Faithfully (James) and Live Abundantly (Ephesians). There are also ones that cover parables, the Upper Room and Esther/Ruth.

  2. Becky Brown says:

    Wisdom of the Word Bible studies are great for in depth study of the books of the Bible! I have facilitated most of these at my church, as well as many of those you mentioned. Just thought it would be another great resource for Bible Study!! http://www.wisdomoftheword.org/index.html

    Thanks for your list!

  3. Amanda Solares says:

    At my church, our women’s bible study is doing “by his wounds you are healed” by Wendy Horger alsup. It goes through Ephesians, and I have learned SO many amazing truths about God and his grace among many other things. I’ve done lots of studies and this one is AMAZING. Please take my word for it and read it!!!!

  4. Johnna Duncan says:

    BSF Studies
    Genesis
    Life of Moses (covers Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy)
    Isaiah
    Israel and the Minor Prophets (Joshua-Nehemiah, Hosea-Malachi)
    Matthew (also incorporates Mark and Luke)
    John
    Acts of the Apostles (Acts and several of the epistles)
    Romans
    Revelations

    visit bsfinternational.org for more info and a course schedule

    1. Thanks, Johnna! I believe I had already listed all the BSF studies…as mentioned above, if I felt the entire book wasn’t covered, then I didn’t list it. LOVE BSF!

  5. I have been looking for one on Song of Solomon. Hoping someone has an idea!

    1. Thank you, Ailene! I remembered this one from Lisa Harper and added it above. I was at a Women of Faith event where she taught a session on this and your comment jogged my memory. I’ve always wanted to do it since I heard her teach that session.

    2. Song of Solomon by Tommy Nelson has been around for several years and is excellent. You can listen to messages by Tommy Nelson on this subject at the Denton Bible Church website. I believe the church is in the Dallas, Texas, area.

      If you are considering a couples class on this subject Tommy Nelson has the ability to attract new participants and you will most likely see your group grow.

      ~Carolyn
      http://chocolateorelse.wordpress.com/

  6. This is a great go-to list for future reference. I have done many of these – almost all of the Beth Moore studies but I have a question for all you Bible study sisters. Can you recommend which of these studies, in your opinion, would be most beneficial for women living through exceptionally difficult circumstances who need to go deep with God if they are going to make it through the fire without the smell of smoke on them?

    I lead a study group on Thriving Despite Difficult Circumstances and I have a broad spectrum of hurting hearts in my group. It is not a counseling/support group – just Bible study, relationships, lots of prayer and love.

    Thanks for any input you may have.
    Carolyn
    http://chocolateorelse.wordpress.com/

      1. Thank you! I have not done either of those studies. I’ll have to make a trip to my local Lifeway bookstore.

        I just found this book release information tonight. Tim Keller’s new book, Walking with God through Pain and Suffering, is being sold in stores tomorrow. Hopefully there will soon be a study guide to go with it.

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  7. I love the Sunergos inductive Bible studies by Jan Wells at http://www.sunergosbible.org/studies.htm
    Joshua, Life of David, Ruth, Esther, Jonah, Mark, Romans, Galatians – Colossians, Titus, Philemon, James as well as several topical studies

  8. Connie Helton says:

    Currently doing the study Espresso with Esther by Sandra Glahn.

  9. A friend of mine pinned this, which brought me here.

    I am so super excited to see BSF’s studies listed on here. In in my fourth year of study and second year of leadership ( children’s)! I can’t tell people enough how fantastic these studies are. So if you’re reading this and haven’t done BSF, go to their website and find a class. So rich!

  10. Beth Moore’s David Seeking A Heart Like His is a study of the books I & II Samuel. Thanks for doing this! What a wonderful idea!

    1. I almost listed that one- it is SUCH a great study, but since it doesn’t cover the entire storyline of the books of Samuel, I didn’t include it. Thanks for mentioning it though!

  11. 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel-Beth Moore “A heart like His-David”

  12. Coffee Cup Bible Studies Series: Kona with Jonah by Sandra Glahn (book of Jonah)

  13. I am currently studying Proverbs using the Following God Series – Perplexing Proverbs for Women study by Susanne Scheppmann. I am enjoying it so far. 🙂 Definitely drawing me closer to God.

  14. Very Helpful Idea!

    I would add:
    Genesis- The Patriarchs by Beth Moore
    2 Kings- No Other Gods by Kelly Minter is based out of here (i think I remember reading other scripture too though)

    1. great additions! I did think of The Patriarchs, but left it off the list since it doesn’t cover the entire book of Genesis. Still a fab study though! 🙂 Haven’t studied No Other Gods. Have you done that one?

  15. I’ve done FANTASTIC studies by Charlotte Travis- she has them on the books of Acts, Esther, Colossians, Ezra/Nehemiah. They’re verse-by-verse and INCREDIBLE. I’ve learned so much from them!

  16. Thank You!
    I would add for Ruth- The Girl’s Still Got It by Liz Curtis Higgs

  17. Lisa Harper wrote a study on Malachi. It’s on my list of “Bible Studies To Do”. I love the list though. More Bible studies to add to my list 🙂

    1. ooohhh! I imagine it is fabulous! Would love to do that one. Adding to my wish list.

  18. Any of Kay Arthur’s Precept Bible studies are a great way to study a book of the Bible.

    1. Yes, I agree! But that method falls into a different category from this, I felt. So I didn’t list it for this project, but I’m glad you mentioned it!

  19. The Beth Moore Bible Study on Daniel is amazing and eye-opening! Definitely recommend that one! Our Women’s Bible Study at Church did it.
    I am doing the Proverbs one right now and can’t wait to start Esther, Ruth, and Philippians.
    I heard the Esther one by Beth Moore is also great, I haven’t done it but it is on my list! Also, have the GMG ones in my list to do!

  20. While not an entire book, I finished Priscilla Shirer’s Gideon (from Judges) study this summer. It was excellent!! Highly recommend it! Thanks for taking the time to compile this list. 🙂

    1. I am doing Gideon right now and it is wonderful.

  21. Thank You! This is Awesome!

  22. Ahhh thanks so much Rachel for sharing GoodMorningGirls online Bible studies!!! 😉 SOOO sweet of you!:)

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