“I LOVE IT WHEN SOMEONE TELLS ME THE REAL MEANING OF A WORD IN THE BIBLE.”
Have you wondered how pastors, teachers, and scholars find the meaning of a word?
“How to Study the Bible with Word Studies” is video-based course designed to teach you the essentials of just that—no fluff, no rabbit trails, and no crazy Bible trivia.
Here's what you'll get:
See what's included in the course curriculum below! (Click on the down arrow to expand the curriculum outline.)
DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR TO YOU?
• Honestly, I get intimidated by the word “study.” I’m not trying to a Bible scholar, or whatever. I just need plain talk about what a word in the Bible means. I want to cut to the chase and learn about God.
• I’m hungry and eager to study the Bible, but I don't know where to start. I’ve heard some people say you should just read the Bible, and that’s it. But others say if you’re serious, you should get some software with a bunch of books. What do I actually need to start studying the words of the Bible?
• I’ve been in some Bible studies, but they were either too shallow. Like: “Fill in the blank with what stuck out to you.” Or, too complicated. Like: “Step #27—Double underline every other conjunction in forest green.” I wish there were something in the middle—simple, but deep.
• I’ve tried to use some study tools before (like dictionaries), but they really didn’t tell me much. There were too many foreign words, strange numbers, and funny symbols. Is any of that stuff important? Just makes learning feel daunting.
• I teach people the Bible already. So, I’m embarrassed to admit it, but I feel like I don’t have much to say from week to week. I wish I had more to draw from, more that would inspire people to live for God.
Hi, name is Johnny Cisneros. How did I know those were your struggles? Because I’ve been there! I didn’t know what I needed. I didn’t know how to study the Bible with word studies. I often felt lost and overwhelmed. So, I went to school, and I’m happy to pass along what I’ve learned to you.
WHAT WOULD CHANGE IF YOU GOT TRAINING?
• Imagine no longer sifting through Google’s search results, lost for what books or tools to use. (Which ones can you trust anyway?) Instead, you’ve found a small set of (FREE) resources that can complement (not replace) your study of the Bible’s words.
• Imagine no longer experiencing boredom or frustration caused by cookie-cutter approaches. Instead, you’ve got a simple, five-step process that adapts to your time. Got only 20 minutes? Good. Got 2 hours. Fine. It’s about “doable depth.”
• Imagine no longer feeling confused by the jargon in dictionaries. Instead, you know instantly what information’s important, and what’s not. And you’re able to scan dictionary articles for clues that’ll point you back to the Bible.
• Imagine no longer scavenging for quotes and illustrations to fill your teaching time. Instead, you’ve got personal insights from the Bible—so much that you already have notes for next week. People show their appreciation, too: “What you said stuck with me all week. Thank you!”
I earned a masters degree, studying the biblical languages (Greek and Hebrew). And now I’m completing a Ph.D. in education, researching how people learn best through video tutorials. In the last several years, I’ve developed training programs with 100+ courses. I’ve also produced 250+ video tutorials that have equipped 7,000+ people to study the Bible.
Most online courses just offer some videos. But you get three (3), special bonuses to equip you to study the Bible with word studies.
BONUS #1: e-Book — “How to Study Bible with Word Studies”
Have you ever watched a video tutorial, and wondered whether you should take notes or try out the instructions? Or, maybe you watched a video tutorial, but then forgot all the steps later? Terrible!
The “How to Study the Bible with Word Studies” e-book contains word-for-word transcripts for each video tutorial. It’s formatted so you can easily reference definitions or procedures. This way you don’t have to rewatch an entire video tutorial. It’s the perfect companion!
BONUS #2: e-Book — “One Year, Fifty-Two Word Studies”
You watched the videos. You got the knowledge. You know the steps to take. Still, you need something to help you start doing word studies and keep you on track. You need a plan. Well, I’ve got another e-book for you!
“One Year, Fifty-Two Word Studies” is an devotional plan with fifty-two (52) of the most important words in the Bible. I grouped these words into meaningful themes (e.g., “Fruit of the Spirit) with the same study method as the course. It also includes reflection questions to help you pray and act on what you learn.
BONUS #3: Checklist — “From Studying to Teaching”
You’ve done some word studies and you’re excited to share what you’ve learned, but how? Many people mistakingly talk through all the facts and figures from their study time. Instead, it’s better to share the fruit of your study. What does that mean?
“From Studying to Teaching” is a simple, no-nonsense checklist. It’s designed to help you translate your study notes into a lesson that’s memorable and significant for your audience. Whether you preach on Sunday, or lead a group discussion on Wednesday, this checklist can help you make an impact.