Everyone has a hard time maintaining a consistent Bible study. If you’ve ever found reading Scripture frustrating, John D. Barry—the editor-in-chief of Bible Study Magazine—has four methods that will take the boring out of your Bible study.
All of life, in the entire world, no matter the era of history, is a risk. Simply to drive a car, let one’s weight down on the seat of a chair, enter an elevator or plane, or walk down a flight of steps invites possible injury. Writer and poet Luci Shaw looks examines the crime of living cautiously.
Is it really necessary to keep a prayer or Bible study journal? Pastors and Bible teachers often recommend journaling. Christy Tennant tells how journaling enhances her spiritual life, creating an autobiography of God’s work.
The collection of stories offered in the Bible provides encouragement, and characters we can relate to. Writer and speaker Donald Miller shares his take on the Bible, stories, and the danger of substituting a dreamer’s imaginary world for reality.
The particles making up the atom are some of the smallest in the universe—and they are held together by an invisible force. Writer Sarah Thebarge explores the connection between the building blocks of the universe and Colossians 1:17.
It is difficult to picture Jesus as a child. Did He interact with peers? Did a child who is both fully God and fully human need instruction from parents and teachers? John D. Barry visits a church father’s writings for answers.