weekly podcast

Join different people each week as we chat through each book of the Bible, and discuss together how can we practically apply some of what we've heard in our day to day lives.

Book by book

Week 1
Genesis is the first book in the Bible and it sets the stage for the whole of the rest of the story.
Week 2
It tells us the story of Jacob and his children from Egypt to the Promised Land
Week 3
Moses gives the people God’s instructions on how to live.
Week 4
God tells the Israelites to take their new land.
Week 5
Deuteronomy was written to remind the new generation of Israelites of God’s law and power.
Week 6
Joshua continues the story of the Israelites once they have left Egypt. 
Week 7
People kept sinning and getting things wrong, so God sent “Judges” to help lead them.
Week 8
Ruth goes to Israel with her mother-in-law, Naomi, after their husbands die.
Week 9
 1 Samuel is the journey of Israel wanting to be like other nations and have a king. 
Week 10
The book of 2 Samuel can be divided into two main sections—David’s triumphs and David’s troubles.
Week 11
The book of 1 Kings starts with Solomon and ends with Elijah.
Week 12
 2 Kings tells the story of a divided Kingdom
Week 13
 1 Chronicles gives us David's ascent and reign along with list of genealogies. 
Week 14
The book of 2 Chronicles records the history of the southern kingdom of Judah, from the reign of Solomon to the conclusion of the Babylonian exile.
Week 15
Ezra covers the return from captivity to rebuild the Temple up to the decree of Artaxerxes.
Week 16
Nehemiah invited God to use him to save the city. God answered his prayer by softening the heart of the Persian king.
Week 17
Esther is a story of God’s protection and care for His people.
Week 18
Job deals with the problem of suffering in the world and, particularly, in the lives of us as God’s dearly loved children.
Week 19
The Psalms are a collection of songs by 8 different writers.
Week 20
Proverbs is a collection of wise sayings by King David’s son Solomon.
Week 21
Ecclesiastes is a book of perspective. The narrative of “the Teacher” (NIV) reveals the depression that results from seeking happiness in worldly things.
Week 22
The Song of Solomon is a lyric poem written to extol the virtues of love between a husband and his wife.
Week 23
The Prophet Isaiah was primarily called to prophesy to the Kingdom of Judah. Judah was going through times of revival and times of rebellion.
Week 24
The book of Jeremiah records the final prophecies to Judah, warning of oncoming destruction if the nation does not repent.