Suppose you decided to drive across the country. The most valuable tool you’ll use is a road map. Now, suppose you’re reading through the Bible. What’s your plan for getting from cover to cover? Get a head start and learn the best way to navigate the Scriptures.
Flip back through the pages of a history book. You’ll read of generations who twisted the message of the Bible . . . took it out of context . . . and caused a lot of damage. Let's unpack the phrase, "A biblical passage can never mean what it never meant."
At any Christian bookstore, you’ll find an entire shelf full of Bible translations. There’s the New International Version, the New King James, the Phillips . . . and many more! Compare translations . . . and get the basic tools you need for studying the Bible.
You’re sitting down with a cup of coffee, watching the morning sun out your window . . . and you pick up the Bible. Whether you’re aware of it or not, one of the most important parts in this quiet time . . . is the Bible translation you’re holding.
When a member of a congregation chooses to defy God . . . it may be necessary to express grace and mercy through reproof and rebuke. Guidance is offered on how to get through those difficult moments.
God doesn’t make cookie-cutter leaders. Each one is uniquely molded from varied circumstances and experiences. Perhaps you’re looking at your past and wondering if God can still use you.
It’s been said that the Bible is a manual for living. And yet, we often read into the biblical accounts and pull out the answers we want to hear . . . not necessarily what God intended us to learn.
God’s Word Contains Real Stories About Real People … Who Teach Us Powerful Lessons About God’s Character Part 36
It’s easy for critics to pass the Bible off as just a storybook . . . a collection of tales about heroes slaying giants and a crazy man building a big boat.
Do you think of yourself as a saint? When people think of a saint, what comes to their minds? We will discuss how to better understand of the basis of your faith.