Join us in our iStudy of Matthew!

The Gospel of Matthew is first of the four differing but harmonious biographies of Jesus. This one is written from the perspective of Matthew, a tax collector, who would have been ranked by the Jews with the lowest of human society – sinners, prostitutes and Gentiles. If you intended to change today’s world, would a loser like Matthew be on your team? or worse yet, your biographer? Probably not. But God’s long awaited Messiah, the King of Kings, would radically transformed Matthew and the world.

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iStudy is a live online video Bible study group.
iStudy merges the most effective process with time saving, app driven digital technology.
Heart of iStudy is your daily study culminating in weekly LIVE video or traditional discussion group.

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Focused questions review preceding passage and cover new lesson in 5 daily segments.

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Focused teaching exposes news you can use with principles to apply to life now.

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