Bible study media gives hope and new life in times of need


Christian Publisher Provides Content From Recently Launched Book Via Online Community PlatformHOUSTON – Bible Study Media (BSM), a Christian curriculum publishing ministry and 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, today announced that it will make content from one of its recently launched books available to the public for free via its new online community platform.

“We are living in unique and unprecedented times. However, the reason for what we do has not changed, ”said BSM President Reverend Charlie Holt.

“It is our desire that hearts be on fire and minds engaged with the scriptures, both in the context of our own community of faith and with the world Church as a whole during this time. In response to the difficulties caused by this global pandemic, we want to offer our content for free. “

From Sunday April 19, the newly launched book, Living Hope: A Study of 1 Peter, will be available for free on the new BSM online community. The Easter Bible Study, written by emerging Christian speaker and author Sarah Viggiano Wright, currently ranks number one on Amazon’s list of new Anglican Christian publications.

Although you can still purchase the entire A living hope series, the author said that offering the Bible course for free through an online community platform is his way of serving at a time when so many are looking for hope, meaning and connection.

“I think a lot of us are wondering: How can I find hope today? Where can I go to cushion the blows of today’s trials? Or how can I just make it through the day? Wright said.

“My prayer is that through this study of 1 Peter, believers become totally convinced that Jesus is the only sure, true, incorruptible and permanent hope. It is the only promise you can hold on to that guarantees a better future. “

Visiting, users will be prompted to provide registration details to become a member. Once members navigate to the community home page, they will have immediate access to the six week Bible course which includes: daily devotions, teaching videos, questions for online group discussions , memory verses, and opportunities to participate in video conferencing events with the author. Members have the option of taking Bible study on their own, with a small group, or with their church.

In addition to Living Hope: A Study of 1 Peter, BSM offers for free within the same community network another Bible study of the Easter season called The Risen Life: Making All Things New, written by BSM President, Reverend Charlie Holt. In the coming weeks, BSM will offer the other two studies in their signature Christian Life Trilogy Bible free study program, which includes The crucified life and the life filled with the Spirit, also written by Holt.

About Bible Study Media

Bible Study Media, a 501 (c) (3) recorded, believes in building up the Church through a new discovery of the Word and Spirit of God. We produce resources to mold hearts and minds around models of Christ while strengthening the Christian community. Our biblical literacy project seeks to initiate adults, youth and children to the transforming power of the Word of God through a program built around the Revised Three-Year Common Lectionary and the Year of the Christian Church. Our small group studies invite participants to walk together through the scriptures to the rhythms of the year of the Church. We invite you to explore the Bible study media – Igniting Hearts and Engaging Minds. To learn more, please visit:

About the Author

Sarah Viggiano Wright is a teacher, speaker and writer who enjoys sharing the Word of God. She helps equip churches in their educational ministries. She has contributed to Co-Laborers, Co-Heirs: A Family Conversation and Beneath the Cross of Jesus: Lenten Reflections, and was an instructor for the Teaching Women to Teach the Bible through Reformed Theological Seminary initiative. Sarah holds an M.Div and MAC from Covenant Theological Seminary and serves Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) alongside her husband, Lee. The couple enjoy good food, travel and being with loved ones, especially their three children.

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