I was babysitting for a neighbor the other day and forgot to take a book. The kids were in bed, the dishes were clean, and so I decided to look through at the bookshelves in their living room in hopes of finding something to read. I ended up with The Prepper’s Handbook. Not really my… Continue reading The Prepper’s Handbook [Not a book review]
Cross Reference. The phrase makes some cringe with fear. The same phrase can thrill others with excitement. Some--like me--cower when they hear that they are about to discover new cross references. Sarah, on the other hand, believes that cross references are one of the most important tools to studying the Bible. And she's right! Here's… Continue reading Cross References
Hi everyone! I know I'm late.... But this is a very exciting chapter and the longest one yet! Previous chapters: Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter V Chapter VI Chapter VII Chapter VIII Chapter IX I opened my eyes. It seemed to be a natural reaction upon waking up from… Continue reading IPOR Chapter IX
It’s no mistake that the Bible contains 66 books. One person didn’t just decide to write down their favorite stories and make a collection. No, each book was divinely inspired by God. Sometimes, though, we can tend to prioritize certain books of the Bible. We agree that most (if not all) of the New Testament… Continue reading Why Genesis?
Sarah and I were discussing Genesis the other day. Among the things we discussed was how to present Genesis in our blog posts. I came up with a bunch of ideas. Today I picked my absolute favorite of all those ideas, and so I present to you: Out of the Garden A fictional story… Continue reading Out of the Garden
Hi everyone! Sorry this is a day late! (That just means it will be extra good, right? Or that maybe I should start writing the chapter before Sunday? 🙂 ) Anyway, here it is: Chapter VIII The man who wished to kill me the most. The man who had more poison around than anyone… Continue reading IPOR — Chapter VIII
This next week marks the beginning of something we are super excited about: the summer study of the National Bible Bee. If you’ve never heard about the Bible Bee, it’s a program where kids ages 7-18 can learn to study and memorize God’s word. Last year, contestants in the Bible Bee had to memorize between… Continue reading Bible Bee!