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JANUARY 16, 2019 PETER KROL Jen Wilkin offers outstanding advice for Bible study, including how to teach your teens to do it. They don’t need more topical guides geared to their age group. She writes: “Your teen will be exposed to devotional content and topical studies at every turn, and they likely don’t need a resource that
If you have trusted in Christ and now follow him, you’ve likely heard that you’re saved by grace through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God (Eph 2:8). But do you know what these things mean? And how did the Apostle Paul expect you to perceive and apply
Hello, I am Simon Baker and I am standing here in the Lincoln Christmas Market. Behind me is Lincoln cathedral and there are big crowds milling around on this last day of the Lincoln market. Its one of the largest markets in Europe and so there are thousands of people here today…
…if God’s message to mankind had not been written down. The greatest story in the world would have been confused with centuries of man’s ideas. Thank God for preparing and preserving the Bible. It is the only true account of God’s divine plan of redemption. Through it we can know the heart of the Father
Trevin Wax makes an important point, in his article “Routine Bible Reading Can Change Your Life.” Speaking of the perennial guilt many people feel when they consider trying once again to pursue a plan of regular Bible reading: “Why do so many Christians start with a strong commitment and yet lose their way when reading the Bible?
I was involved in the London Bible study class that Thera Barber was teaching back in the 1970’s. When Thera came back from her visit to the States and suggested that we start this CBS class, we all thought it would be a great idea to try it and see how we got on with
Have you noticed how often the number 40 comes up in the Bible? 40 seems to indicate a time of preparation for something. It points to another season or time which follows…
The seed was planted in the late 60’s. I was on the staff of CRU (known then as Campus Crusade for Christ) working on the UC Berkeley campus in the midst of riots and demonstrations over the war in Vietnam. It was high turmoil. Just across the Oakland hills in a much quieter setting, a
I have been in the garden. I have been thinking about Jesus’ stories, the ones where he sets the scene in a garden. Everything is growing in the sunshine after the rain and it feels new and fresh. Sometimes our hearts need a refresh, a restart to a better rhythm. Sometimes our imaginations need opening…
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