This lively, thirteen-lesson survey of the gospels, will bring you face to face with the central figure in all of Scripture—Jesus Christ. Accenting the purpose for each gospel writer’s account of Jesus’ life, Carol Ruvolo blends these distinctive hues into a lifelike portrait of the Light of the World.
Light for Your Path is a refreshing, illuminating Bible study series for those eager to know God better and love him more. The series features careful handling of Scripture, emphasis on application, a blend of topical and biblical studies, solid Reformed teaching, and exercises for both young believers and those ready to dig deeper.
Lesson 1: Immanuel, God with Us
Lesson 2: Behold the Lamb of God
Lesson 3: The Kingdom of Heaven Is at Hand
Lesson 4: New Wine
Lesson 5: But I Say to You
Lesson 6: Eyes That See and Ears That Hear
Lesson 7: The Bread of Life
Lesson 8: The Light of the World
Lesson 9: Much Is Given and Much Is Required
Lesson 10: Exalted Through Humility
Lesson 11: God’s Greatest Commandment
Lesson 12: Passover Is Fulfilled!
Lesson 13: A Triumph of Grace
Carol J. Ruvolo (BS, MBA, University of New Mexico) has taken graduate-level courses at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and several courses from Ligonier Ministries of Canada’s School of Theology. She has been teaching the Bible since 1983 and writing books on biblical themes since 1998. A longtime resident of Albuquerque, she now speaks at women’s conferences and retreats around the country. Though a devoted churchgoer from childhood, she did not experience God’s saving grace until she was an adult. Soon after her conversion, she quit her job at a national defense laboratory and began devoting her time to raising her daughter and studying the Scriptures. During the two years, she taught for the first time and realized that teaching is her spiritual gift.
"In God with Us, Carol Ruvolo makes the life of Jesus come alive in a fresh and creative way. These studies are mentally stimulating and calculated to be life-changing if applied. I heartily recommend them." — Jerry Bridges