For New Christians

Also see Christianity Explained.   
For children and young teens courses see Children's Studies.

  • Lessons for Christian Living

    Lessons for Christian Living

    Answers questions most commonly asked by new believers on salvation, assurance, victory, baptism, church,  witnessing and living for God. 

    As you study the 12 lessons of this course you will begin building a solid foundation for your faith.
    100 pages.

  • Baptism Next

    Baptism Next

    A great guide to baptism for teens and new Christians. 

    You’ve been born again through faith in the Lord Jesus. What comes next? 

    Learn what the Bible teaches about baptism.

    With colour illustrations of actual baptisms around the world.
    24 pages.

  • Choosing a Church

    Choosing a Church

    Prepare to be amazed as you compare the massive religious organizations of today with the simple elder-led assemblies of the New Testament. 

    This unique course will help you to discover from the Bible what really matters - and to discard the rest!
    36 pages.

  • Guide to Christian Growth

    Guide to Christian Growth

    Your new life in Christ should change the way you think, talk and live.   

    This course will help both new and mature believers see how being a Christian affects every decision we make in life.
    48 pages.

  • I'll Take the High Road

    I'll Take the High Road

    This course marks out some of the milestones on our road from earth to heaven.   

    It deals with the things that make us grow, and how to handle the problems that hold us back.
    157  pages.

  • Ready to Give an Answer

    Ready to Give an Answer

    Evidence that Christians can use to convince others that the Bible and Christianity are true.  Our faith is reasonable and logical.   

    From a "short-day" creationist perspective. 
    142 pages.

  • God is There

    God Is There

    This will help you discover who God is, how He is seen in creation and history, & how you can know Him personally. 

    55 pages.

  • Servant of God

    Servant of God

    Studies in the Gospel of Mark. 

    Jesus is the Servant-King who conquers disease and death and then gave His life for us.

    35 pages.

  • The Source of Life

    The Source of Life

    Studies in the Gospel of John.

    “In Him was life ...” (John 1:4) With grand simplicity, the apostle John begins his account of the earthly life of Jesus Christ by boldly stating  that Christ is the Creator and Source of all life, both physical and spiritual. 

    64 pages.