We’ve updated and greatly expanded our list of Bible study tools and resources.
We’ve added Bible lessons for young people and Bible memory tools. And if you are looking for a new devotional or Bible reading plan to start the year off, you’ll find many tried-and-true resources on the list — for both young and old.
We want our children to really know the Bible — and like most things, it starts with us!
I read the Bible not only for myself, but for those around me….
The goal of Christian maturity is not merely that I might get along better in life, but that I might, being glad in the glory of Jesus, love more like Jesus did.
The aim behind Bible-reading, after all, is not some kind of black-hole holiness — that theoretical moralism that envisions character in isolation from others — but rather, that we might learn how to roll up our sleeves for the people God has placed in our lives.
In other words, we don’t just read the Bible to read, we read it to walk.