It’s that time of the year again, the house is slowly being restored to order after everyone came over, you’ve looked up where you can recycle your christmas tree, and you’re debating what to do for new years eve. It’s also when you start thinking about how you don’t really do new years resolutions, but … Continue reading Reading The Bible Through In 2013. Three Times.
One-To-One Bible Reading – A simple guide for every Christian is a book by David Helm on reading the Bible one-to-one with other people. Well, I say a book, it’s more like a pamphlet. It clocks in at a total of 103 pages, but 22 of those are appendices and another 43 are tips and … Continue reading Book Review: One To One Bible Reading
Useful for that time of year: Justin Taylor has a thorough list of different plans to read through the bible in a year.
Zondervan have published the entire Bible as recorded by famous Black celebrities. Samuel L Jackson as God sounds pretty good1. It’s fairly heavily dramatised with background sound effects and music, but the words are the TNIV throughout. Zondervan has some clips on their site Genesis 1 is pretty good, but the best one to hear … Continue reading The Bible Experience – Bible Reading
Not only is this a great letter about how teenagers can be reading their bible but it’s also a great example of how a senior church pastor should treat 13 year olds in general; i.e., as any other member of their congregation.
I should have mentioned this more than 30 minutes before it started, but some people at our church and others around the world are going to start reading the Bible through in 120 days as of tomorrow. There are details, a reading plan, and a kinda F.A.Q. thing online. I was part of the trial … Continue reading Read The Bible In 120 Days
On a regular basis now we run Bible studies that meet in Starbucks with young people who aren’t Christians. It’s a fairly simple format, in that you meet up with the young people in Starbucks, get some venti-mocha whatevers, and then open the Bible up with them and talk about it. Ridiculously simple, but it’s … Continue reading Practical Steps To Doing Bible Studies With Non-Christians
Amazon has just taken its vast knowledge of the reading habits of the users of it’s Kindle e-reading device and put them to somewhat interesting use. They’ve released a list of most highlighted passages and books with most highlights in them. Here then, is a list of books a wide range of people have read, … Continue reading What People Highlighted In Their Bibles
After months of furtive conversations with strangers in between unilluminated musty bookshelves at the back of second-hand antique shops, hours spent searching through the darkest realms of the internet hoping for some new information, and years of savings ploughed into what should have been a lost cause, I finally got hold of it; the holy … Continue reading The Youth Bible
You probably haven’t been following the controversy around what I’m about to link to, but it’s still worth reading. Here Don Carson and Tim Keller publish an essay on the trinity, responding to heresy, and reading the Bible. There’s a lot of smart thinking on how to think in a very small space.