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A New Year's Devotion on Love from Explore Bible Reading Notes

Alexa Burstow | Jan 2, 2024

Many of us resolve to get the new year off to a good start with Bible reading. But if you haven’t got going yet, don’t worry. Here’s today’s devotion from our Explore Bible-reading notes. If you enjoy it, order yourself a copy of the whole three-month issue to keep going. Alternatively, you could get an annual subscription and your devotions will arrive quarterly, so you’ll be organised for the whole year!... continue reading

The Bible Story of Noah For Little Kids

Carl Laferton | Sep 5, 2023

A sample from God’s Big Promises Bible Storybook, which includes 92 foundational Bible stories, faithfully told and beautifully illustrated. The stories point to the one big story of the Bible—God making and keeping his promises.... continue reading

Which Devotional Is Right for You?

Avery Powers | Aug 22, 2023

Many of us struggle to balance our busy schedules with as much time in God’s Word as we’d like. Or we want to dive deeper into the text, but we’re not sure where to begin. If you’re like me, you struggle to develop Bible-reading habits without becoming legalistic about how much time you’re spending with God. ... continue reading

Engage 365: Learning How to Handle, Question and Explore God's Word

Alison Mitchell | Jul 11, 2023

One of the main ambitions of Engage 365 is to encourage you to dive into God’s word. Here’s a quick walkthrough of how you can use this resource to help you to handle, question and explore the Bible.... continue reading

   

Encouraging Young People to Read the Bible Series

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Easter Hope from the Gospel of Luke

Mike McKinley | Mar 23, 2023

Luke’s account of the actual resurrection is remarkably spare given its significance in the gospel message; he simply reports the words of the angels: “He is not here; he has risen!” (Luke 24:6). ... continue reading

You Must Be Born Again

Adam Ramsey | Feb 14, 2023

When you think about it, your birthday is kind of weird. Each year, you have an entire day dedicated to being celebrated, sung to, stuffed with cake, and congratulated by everyone around you, for something that you contributed absolutely nothing to. You got born. Your contribution to the day of your birth, was, well, not exactly something you can boast in. If you don’t believe me, just ask your mother.... continue reading

What Are You Seeking?

Adam Ramsey | Jan 24, 2023

Two disciples decide to trail Jesus as he leaves the Jordan River: the first is Andrew (the brother of Peter), while the second is generally speculated to be John (the author of this narrative). On the surface, it seems relatively straightforward. Andrew and John hear John the Baptiser proclaim, “Behold the Lamb of God!” and begin following Jesus as he makes his way back into town. Jesus, likely hearing footsteps trailing him, turns and asks what they want.... continue reading

Your Church Culture Matters

Barnabas Piper | Jan 19, 2023

There was a time not so many years ago when I was weary and jaded toward church, but even then, I could have given you a lengthy checklist of what a healthy church should look like.... continue reading

Singing on Sunday Means More Than You Think

Tony Merida | Jan 18, 2023

One morning during corporate worship, I leaned toward one of the little girls in our church, Summer, who was trying to read the lyrics and sing along, and asked her, “Do you like church?” She replied, “Not really, but I like the singing.” I appreciated her honesty! ... continue reading

Lessons about Hospitality from the Early Church

Jen Oshman | Jan 17, 2023

2,000 years after the church began, in the increasingly post-Christian West, it’s tempting to wonder if secular voices are right when they claim that Christian churches are passé, on the wrong side of history, or even downright damaging.... continue reading

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