Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians

The Hutterian Brethren (Hutterites):

Introduction The Hutterian Brethren or Hutterites are a religious group who had their beginning in Switzerland in the 16th century with the Reformation. The foundation of the Hutterite movement came from the conclusion of a Bible study by students from Switzerland. They established four points that became the basis of the Hutterian Brethren or Hutterites religion. Their belief focused on the pract ...[Read More]

Holy Orthodox Church in North America:

Introduction The Holy Orthodox Church in North America originally was under the control of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. They consider themselves as being the true remnant of the Orthodox Church. The followers are also known as the “Panteleimonites”. The leader of the Holy Orthodox Church in North America is Archimandrite Panteleimon (Metropoulos) developed in the Greek Or ...[Read More]

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Vasiloupolis:

Introduction The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Vasiloupolis is an independent Orthodox Church. Vasiloupolis in Greek means “Royal City”. The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Vasiloupolis honors the canons and the traditions of the Holy Orthodox Church. They hold their services in many languages which are dependent on the different congregations, however, all clerics do speak English. The ...[Read More]

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America:

Introduction The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America churches are mostly associated with a particular cultural heritage with membership to a particular local parish becoming part of a spiritual family. The Greek Orthodox faith experience cannot be appreciated by individuals outside the Orthodox Church. The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America believes one must experience their culture from the ...[Read More]

General Six-Principle Baptists:

Introduction The General Six Principle Baptists is a denomination that is also referred to as the Old Baptists. Their first congregation gathered in 1652 at Providence, Rhode Island and became the first Baptist Association in America. The General Six Principle Baptists acquired their name because the majority of the denominations adhered to the atonement of Jesus Christ as being “general” in natur ...[Read More]

General Association of Regular Baptist Churches:

Introduction The General Association of Regular Baptist Churches is a national and an international network of independent churches. This network of independent churches share the same common practices which include fellowship, witness, convictions and ministry. They consider themselves true Scriptural fundamental in their faith and the Bible is the authority in the lives of the General Associatio ...[Read More]

Fundamental Methodist Conference, Inc.:

Introduction The Fundamental Methodist Conference, Inc. is a body of independent Methodists congregations who were organized in 1942. They can trace their origins to the three major Methodist conferences in the United States. The Fundamental Methodist Conference, Inc. is made up of the Methodist Episcopal, the Methodist Episcopal South, and the Methodist Protestant Church that united under the nam ...[Read More]

The National Association of Free Will Baptists:

Introduction The National Association of Free Will Baptists is a group of churches that share a common history, name and accept the Arminian theology rather than the usual Calvinistic predestination doctrine. The Arminian theology is based on the belief of general atonement, the theory of free will, free grace, and free salvation. The National Association of Free Will Baptists is a national body, ...[Read More]

The Friends (Quakers):

Introduction The Friends (Quakers) are also called the Society of Friends. They feel their faith cannot be placed into the traditional categories as Orthodoxy, Catholicism or Protestantism and hold that the teaching and belief in Jesus Christ are the very basis for their spiritual lives. Their past history can be traced to Puritanism as well as in the Anabaptist movement. The Friend (Quakers) are ...[Read More]

Free Methodists Church of North America:

Introduction The Free Methodist Church of North America is more conservative among the larger bodies of American Methodism. They are conservative in doctrine and their standards of Christian practices. They follow the Wesleyan standards of the church and call for the return to primitive Wesleyan teaching. They can trace their heritage back to Methodism. The heritage of doctrine of the Free Methodi ...[Read More]