Topics in DBS generally follow through the books that you are chronologically studying. Although each book is studied to discover its original intent, you will also study topics. For example – you will look at Worldview and Origins as you study through Genesis, Exodus, and Job. Or you might look at Leadership and Worship as you study the life of David in 1 & 2 Samuel, Chronicles, and the Psalms. Or during the study of Acts and Paul’s missionary journeys you might study Cross-cultural Missions and the Cost of the Call. Each book is filled with insights to be discovered!
Though possibly slightly different, a typical daily schedule will be something like this:
8-9 AM: Worship, intercession, a devotional, etc.
9AM-Noon: Lecture with your special guest speaker for that week, teaching on the books of the Bible that you are currently reading and studying.
1-3 PM: After lunch you meet in your small groups. This is the exciting part where you will take turns and read aloud in your own small groups the books of the bible! These times of reading is followed up with discussions and answering questions. The discovery of new truths leads to transformation in the life of the students.
3-5 PM: Work duty
7-9 PM: After dinner you work on your homework assignment.