I remember as a kid sitting around in a home Bible study group and reading the Bible for what seemed like hours at a time.
Truth be told, the longest reading sessions probably only lasted an hour, but as a kid, it felt like an eternity. It wasn’t that I didn’t like reading, nor that I was bored. It’s just that as a kid, well, there were a few more exciting things to do in the evenings than sit around reading the Bible. I had my own full Bible given to me as a gift. It was the whole thing, from Genesis to Revelation. I read it, when in a group or at church. But when I alone, there was another Bible that captivated me, and had me reading even when there were more exciting things to do in my spare time. Continue reading “Best of Bibles for Kids – Start them out strong on their Bible Reading Journey”
If given the task, most of us would have a really difficult time organizing the Bible in chronological order. Our diagram would probably look like a poorly made spider’s web. On the other hand, many of us would love to be able to read the Bible in chronological order, that is, to be able to read the stories within the Bible as they relate to one another.
There is nothing like having a little fun while learning, and the Picture Bible provides exactly that. As you read through it, you will learn a lot about many of the exciting stories found in the Bible.
Picture Bible color, action, adventure.
Read what others are saying about the Picture Bible (scroll to the bottom of the linked page for independent reviews).
There is a lot of debate as to what is the best Bible translation to
read; this post will not be one of those debates. I want to help you
make a decision based on what you have available to you, right now, in
your hands. I will also give you a few tips on expanding your Bible
reading habits that I know will increase your understanding of
Scriptures. Continue reading “What is the best Bible translation: the one you read”