Skip to Main Content »

Search Site

You're currently on:

    • Please note: This is our North American online store. Your computer's IP address suggests you might be in a country where you will need to order through our Australian online store. Not sure which store to use? Check the country list on our shipping information page.

Two Ways to Live Bible study

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

Two Ways to Live Bible study

Bookmark and Share

Add a review or tip


Availability: In Stock.

  • Buy 5 for US$0.50 each and save 29%
Add Items to Cart

Quick Overview

A short evangelistic Bible study, based on the famous Two Ways to Live outline, to explain the Christian gospel.

Product Description

Here is yet another way to take advantage of the widely known and highly regarded Two Ways to Live gospel outline.

Sometimes, perhaps after an initial conversation, your non-Christian friends or family may be willing to sit down with you and read for themselves what God's Word says. In four or five sessions you could work through Investigating Christianity or Tough Questions. But if you only have an hour or so over lunch or after dinner one night, there is something ideal for the purpose: the Two Ways to Live Bible study explaining Christianity.

This attractively-produced Bible study will get people opening up the Bible to discover for themselves the core components of Christianity as they are logically explained in the Two Ways to Live outline. The study combines short passages, simple questions and explanatory text to link it all together. It can be done with individuals or with a small group of enquirers. It can be used informally with friends, as a means of follow-up to evangelistic events, or in conjunction with church visiting. The potential uses for this flexible new resource are enormous.

Additional Information

ISBN 978-1-875245-43-7
Author Phillip Jensen, Tony Payne
Format Tract/leaflet
Studies/chapters 1
Series Two Ways to Live

My Cart

You have no items in your shopping cart.


Recently Viewed Products

  1. e-Briefing Issue #393 (June 2011)

Compare Products

You have no items to compare.