Andrew Brulle, Ed.D., is a retired Professor of Education at Wheaton College (Illinois) who has published numerous professional articles on special education and teacher preparation. He has also published a short book titled 

A Lucky's Day: Saving South African Children for Christ and from the Virus. 

Andy has been working with Pathways materials for the past 5 years and is available to assist U.S. churches

that are interested in offering classes on the Pathways Bible Study Method to their staff or members.

He can be contacted at:

815-762-0806 (cell);;


Below are some supplements hat are included in the newer books, but not in the older ones.

The Pathways Bible Study Method is designed to make the Bible comprehensible and the study of it rich. It doesn't tell you what to believe, but helps you discover for yourself what the Bible says. This study is designed to be used in a small group setting. Over the course of a 13-week study you will learn a step by step process of accurately studying the Bible. Each week new tools will be added to build on previous sessions. The method is simple and fairly easy to learn. These principles have been used all over the world to teach pastors and laymen, both men and women, to learn how to study the Bible. Now, in this study, these same principles are available for use in your small group. This is a simple, transferable, uncomplicated method. It is a fresh and enjoyable way to do Bible Study.