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Frank Viola discusses eight common mistakes that Christians make when reading the Bible.
Audio | Bible Study >
Frank Viola's second session from the NCY Ministers Conference. Some of the other speakers were Scot McKnight, Jon Acuff»
Audio | Podcast >
006 Let's Have an Adventure (Resurrection Year readings)
Three readings, and a surprise offer, from my next book Resurrection Year: Turning Broken Dreams into New Beginnings
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
I am not reading Fifty Shades of Grey. Recently there have been explosions of women and men(–totally weird, I know), who have become obsessed with the new novel by EL James, and, to put it bluntly, I refuse to be one of them. At the risk of sounding perfectly closed-minded, I would like to explain to you why I’m not considering reading Fifty Shades of Grey and why I think you shouldn’t either. Reason #1: Simple. Fifty Shades of»
Video | Bible Study >
The Difference Between 'Studying' and 'Reading' the Bible | Eugene Peterson
Laity Lodge asks Eugene Peterson to tell»
Blog Entry | Moms >
Can you believe it? The first quarter of 2014 is already drawing itself closed. Since I’ve already proven haphazard with»
Blog Entry | Art >
If I were to name the one season of my life where daily Bible reading became not just a daily activity, but an essential moment of each day that my heart absolutely craved – it would be the mission trip I took to Mainland China. We knew we were being carefully monitored, and weren’t allowed to openly read our Bibles or leave them sitting out in our rooms, nor could we talk about the Bible with our other team members where someone might overhe»
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  A guest post by Brenda Petersen (my Mom!):  When I was five years old, in the year of 1962, I was given a precious gift of a hard covered book: a 59 cent Easy Reader.  My elderly great aunt,»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Incognito: Lost and Found at Harvard Divinity School by Andrea Raynor (via NetGalley) I enjoyed the divinity school part of this book quite a lot but was less interested in the dating/relationship parts of her story. I have been reading a Henri Nouwen book for Sunday School, so it was fun to read about what he was like as one of her professors at Harvard. I also enjoyed reading about her work with the homeless. Overall, enjoyable and interesting»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
From reading the responses to my post on the Bill Nye vs Ken Ham Creation Debate, I wanted to share these two short videos. Listen to these ideas coming from a smart Bible scholar. Just a couple more thoughts to help you think. Enjoy!