The Gospel of Luke
from The Bible Project
NOTE: This study requires the group to read the first nine chapters of Luke the week prior. This study is not intended to be started without that first week of reading beforehand.
LUKE SESSION 1: CHAPTERS 1–9
In the Old Testament, God promised to use the nation of Israel to one day produce a king who would help restore a right relationship between God and people. Early in the book of Luke, the writer begins to make the case that Jesus is the king they have been hoping for over the centuries.
LUKE SESSION 2: CHAPTERS 10–24
In the second half of Luke, Jesus emphasizes that he is redefining what it means to be a ruler. While many hoped that Jesus would establish a kingdom through force, Jesus tried to communicate that he would be ushering in God’s Kingdom through serving.
THIS DISCUSSION is a Two-Week Curriculum for Groups.
These video-based Bible studies are designed to get groups discussing the Bible. These discussions should lead to better understanding of who God is, inspire us to dig into the Bible for ourselves, and help us to make applications in our everyday lives.
Provide every group member with a link to this page at least a week before beginning the study. Everyone will need to read Luke 1–9 before your first session.
An Introduction to LUKE's Gospel
Watch this short video on your own. It will give you a little context to help you better understand what you're reading.
Watch the session video together.
Discuss the video as a group using the Discussion Guide.
Encourage your group members to take action by following through on the suggestions in the "Applying What You've Learned" section of the Discussion Guide.
The videos we use are produced by The Bible Project.
About The Bible Project
The Bible Project is a Portland based non-profit that utilizes short-form, fully animated videos to make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere. They create videos, podcasts, and study guides that explore the Bible’s unified story by focusing on its overarching themes and each book’s literary design. They are committed to understanding the Bible in its historical context and communicating its wisdom for the modern world.