Are you a pastor, a church staffer, or a lay leader?
Check out these ministry resources for your personal use or to encourage those under your care:
Online Bible Study
Each Monday Peter posts another installment of his online Bible study. Use this for your personal growth, to teach your staff, or to encourage your congregation. You can even tap it as a starting point to inform your sermons, teachings, or group discussions.
This is also an ideal resource for those in ministry positions who haven’t been able to take part in traditional Bible instruction or training.
Bible Reading Plans
We all know that reading the Bible is important, but many Christians face challenges in doing it on a regular basis and in a meaningful way. A Bible reading plan may just be the solution you need.
Use these Bible reading plans for your own education and enlightenment, to guide staff members, or to lead your entire congregation. Pick a plan and go through it as a group. Encourage one another, teach one another, and grow together in your faith through regular Bible reading, study, and discussion.
Themed Blog Posts
Peter has over 2,200 blog posts on this site. All of them address our common faith from a solid biblical foundation. The Bible is key to having a fruitful faith journey.
Bible Reading Support
In addition to Peter’s popular Bible reading plans, another valuable resource is Seven Tips to Form a Bible Reading Habit. And when you sign up to receive his weekly emails, you will get his esteemed Bible Reading Tip Sheet.
- Look for SPACE When You Study Scripture
- Reconcile the Old and New Testaments
- Understanding Paul’s Letters in the Bible
- The Purpose of the Bible
- 7 Tips to Form a Bible Reading Habit
- Have We Lost the Bible?
- Beware the World’s Influences Overshadowing the Bible’s Truth
- 5 New Testament Ideas for Church
- 7 Things Church Is Not
- How Much Money Does the Church Need?
- The Fallacy of Church Membership
- Is Your Church More Concerned with Seating or Sending?
- Discover What the Bible Says about How to Treat One Another
- Help One Another
- God Rested
- Live in Perfect Unity
- Embracing the Five-Fold Ministry
- What Are Spiritual Gifts?
- Four Places to Be a Missionary for Jesus
- How Do We Worship God?
- We Must Rethink Sunday School
- Three Main Leadership Styles
- Seek First the Kingdom of God
- Develop an Expectant Mindset
- What Are Your Sunday Practices?
- Do You Need to Unplug?
- What Does Your Faith Look Like?
- What Is Sexual Immorality?
- Christian Idolatry
- Secular Christians
- Goals for Fathers
- Be a Peacemaker
God has called Peter to write and use his words to advance the kingdom. He does this as his full-time job and personal ministry that reaches around the world.
A Bible A Day
Question: What is the basis for Peter’s teaching? Can I rely on it?
Answer: Peter has intentionally avoided a formal, academic theological study. Instead, he focuses on studying the Bible as the foundation for his faith, his writing, and his life. He does this under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
But don’t assume his teaching is error free. No one could make that claim, and no one should. If something Peter writes feels wrong to you, offer him grace and seek the Holy Spirit for clarification. This is what we should do with all our ministers and teachers.
And in case you’re wondering, his PhD focused on pastoral ministry, not theology.
Peter is not part of a denomination, nor does he ascribe to a particular theological perspective. As a result, Peter does not fit in any singular theological box, and many people who have tried to categorize him have failed in frustration.
Instead, he seeks to transcend these tidy—but misleading—theological labels. In doing so he strives to holistically address all of Christianity from a biblical perspective.
If you want to build your faith on firm biblical teaching, Peter’s writing will encourage you and guide you as you move forward. And may God bless you as you do.
Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices.