I’m sharing two options for reading the Bible with friends. And if you’ree wondering if reading with friends is important, the answer is definitely “Yes!”
Would you be surprised to know Bible Journaling is not a new? It’s actually an ancient form of Lectio Divina. Now, the monks of old didn’t use washi and stickers, but they did spend time creatively and artistically digging deeper into the Word. Find out how to practice lectio divina in your journaling.
Enrollment is only open for 5 days for our new Online Bible Study Community. This month we’re studying the Book of James and living our “Faith in Action.”
When you can’t see your enemy, you feel like you’re wildly battling an unseen attack. THE ENEMY wants it that way. I’m telling you how to fight to win against his evil plans!
This post is for everyone who is afraid to read their Bible. Afraid you’re not smart enough or won’t understand it. Reading through messages and emails, I pulled out a couple of consistent concerns when it comes to reading our Bible and fear topped the list BY FAR. Who wants you afraid, God or the enemy?
About King Josiah, “Never before had there been a king like Josiah who turned to the Lord with all his heart, soul, and strength…and there has never been a king like him since.” What did he do? He destroyed, burned, ground into dust…We need to take a lesson from him when it comes to fighting the enemy.