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We’re excited to study the book of Galatians together as a church family. This study is intended to help you grow in your understanding of the Gospel and how it applies to you today. We encourage you to use the H.E.A.R. Bible Study Method to help you go deeper into your study of Galatians.

While you’re studying on your own, join a LifeGroup and study it with others from our church. 


Using the H.E.A.R. Bible Study Method

The H.E.A.R. Bible Study Method is a great tool to help you study the Book of Galatians. Use the H.E.A.R. Study each week as you study the weekly text.

About the Book

The book of Galatians deals with unity among new believers and the superiority of Christ to the Law.  It reminds us that believers are justified by Jesus alone. As a part of God’s family, we are given the Spirit of God, which enables us to love both God and those around us. All believers lay claim to the promises made to Abraham, whether Jew or Gentile.  This book makes a huge emphasis on the freedom found in Christ and the Law’s inability to enable us to get to God or even truly do anything good in our own power.


Weekly videos that go along with the study are available to watch on YouTube. You can also listen to a podcast option on the Grace Life Podcast. These videos serve as a commentary on the book of Galatians.



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