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“Should We Expect God to Heal?” & Other Common Questions on Prayers for Healing

Jesus’ miracles, including healing, didn’t guarantee the end of any of sin’s results for those who follow him. And so, in this age, we still must put up with storms, abuse from wicked people, death, and yes, disease: whether spinal cord injury or multiple sclerosis, autism, or Alzheimers. So does God want us to pray Continue Reading

5 Names of God for Easter

With Resurrection Sunday/Easter right around the corner, a lot of us are gearing up for one of the biggest church-attendance days of the year next to Christmas. You’ll be receiving guests in your chapel or sanctuary that only set foot in church maybe once or twice a year! It’s an opportune time to share the Continue Reading

The Common Misunderstanding of the Resurrection

Rose Publishing is honored to bring you the final installation of this 3-part series “What Christians Get Wrong About the Bible” by Dr. Matt Williams, associate professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California. This series covers common misunderstandings of Christianity. Understanding the Jewish background of the first century Continue Reading

The Deeper Meaning Behind Jesus’ Transfiguration

Rose Publishing is honored to bring you the second of this 3-part series “What Christians Get Wrong About the Bible” by Dr. Matt Williams, associate professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California. This series breaks down and corrects common misunderstandings Christians have about the Bible from an expert Continue Reading

What Christians Get Wrong About the Bible

Rose Publishing is honored to bring you the first of this 3-part series “What Christians Get Wrong About the Bible” by Dr. Matt Williams, associate professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California. This series covers common misunderstandings of Christianity. Most today assume that Jewish people of the first Continue Reading

Congratulations 2017 30-Day Bible Plan Readers!

Congratulations, warrior in the Word! You’ve finished the 2017 30-Day Bible Reading Challenge. Whether you had a perfect score with not-a-day missed or you played catch-up, we’d like to present this certificate to celebrate your amazing achievement. But this reached goal isn’t just a check off the list, or a trophy on your shelf– it’s Continue Reading

Build Your Own Bible Reference Library

Studying the Bible is a life-long investment that will add depth to your life, enable you to love and serve others, help you find peace in times of trouble, and experience God like never before. Think of it like any other training or education you need to get through life, whether it’s learning to read, Continue Reading

How Experts Study the Bible + FREE Teaching Session!

Palm Sunday, Easter, and Resurrection Sunday are quickly approaching! It’s an amazing time of year when believers can come together and celebrate Jesus’ love for us, but it’s also much deeper than that. It’s important to reflect not only Jesus’ sacrifice, but also his resurrection and the powerful meaning behind the Last Supper, Palm Sunday, Continue Reading

How to Get the Most Out of Your Bible Study

The Bible is one of the most interactive books you can possibly read: not only does it require time and literacy, but it deserves dedication, emotional investment, prayer, application, and so much more. Bible study is the practice of a disciple of Jesus in which we try to deepen our understanding of God’s Word so Continue Reading

A Beginner’s Bible Reading Plan!

Bible Reading Plan for New Believers and Christians

Most people get confused when they try to read straight through the Bible. That’s because nobody ever told them one very important fact. Here it is: The story of the Bible doesn’t begin in Genesis and then continue chronologically and sequentially through each of the sixty-six books all the way to the last page of Continue Reading

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