Biblical Literacy

Taught by Mark Lanier at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, TX


Attend in person! 9:30 am every Sunday, for one hour in the Family Life Center (FLC) at Champion Forest Baptist Church, Champions campus. The church is located at 15555 Stuebner Airline Rd, Houston, TX 77069.

We live stream on our YouTube channels. And our Youtube channel has edited closed-caption!

Available on your favorite streaming platform!

Almost two decades of lessons with written lessons, powerpoints, and videos. To search the archives go HERE.

A small group meets in person at the Champion Forest Jersey Village campus. A  chance to watch the live stream with a group of fellow believers. Join them! For more information, jv@biblical-literay.org

There’s more!!!

Check out Mark’s Thought for the Day! Short, personal videos to start your morning. Or end your day. Personal and full of wisdom from scripture.

Mark has written several books, including Atheism on Trial, Torah Devotionals. Available from your favorite bookseller. 

Why Join Us

Mark Lanier is a prominent,  well-respected attorney with a degree in Biblical languages. Using the skills he has honed as a trial attorney to seek truth, he prayerfully considers the cultural context and original languages of Judeo-Christian scripture and God’s revelation to us. Mark’s communication skills make this study accessible to all and of interest to all levels of formal education. Biblical Literacy is thorough and insightful study that seeks to answer address the relevancy of scripture for today. 


To spread the Good News of Jesus with wisdom, compassion, and love. We support many efforts across the globe. 


We believe that the Trinity,  (Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and God), makes sense. Not only does the Trinity make sense but prayer, study and reliance on our Creator provides for unexplainable peace and real joy in a difficulty fraught world. 


We love all people and seek to serve as Jesus served.  We believe that Jesus was the real life example of  humility and that we should seek to mirror this in all of aspects of the Christian life.