“When we … read and study the scriptures, benefits and blessings of many kinds come to us. This is the most profitable of all study in which we could engage” – President Howard W. Hunter

Here, I have gathered a few series on studying the scriptures. There are various posts on how to study the scriptures, scripture study-project ideas, and scripture study series.

Scripture Study Tips
The scripture study tips will help you to learn ways to study the scriptures – like color coding or finding elements in the scriptures. Some posts give instructions on how to do it. Other posts give examples of various scripture study elements. Hopefully these posts will help you to improve your study.

And if you have more tips, please let me know at chococatania [at] gmail [dot] com. I’m always looking for more ideas.

Scripture Study Projects
Scripture study projects are self-explanitory. These are ideas on projects that you can do – that involve serious scripture study. I love projects because they help to keep the scriptures fresh for me.

Scripture Study Series
From time to time, I host scripture study series. Usually they are about a week-two weeks long. You will find scripture study assignments to do each day along with many of my own thoughts/impressions based on the scripture study assignment.

If you are interested in joining the scripture study series, email me at chococatania [at] gmail [dot] com. I will add you to the list and let you know when I have a series coming up.

If you have an subject/idea for a scripture study series, let me know, and I can work on it!

I hope you enjoy this part of the site.


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