Category Archives: Bible Study Material

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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

3 Do’s and Don’ts of Bible Study

3 Do's and Don'ts of Bible Study

Welcome to the start of our 2017 30-Day Bible Challenge! We’re so glad you can join us for our very first set of tips to get you started on your year-long Bible reading habit. 🙂 Have you ever wondered why so many people read the Bible differently? For instance, some people think Jesus asked his Continue Reading

FREE 2017 Bible Reading Plan + 30-Day Bible Reading Challenge

The new year approaches and it’s a great time to start afresh! With your friends and family trying to build healthier habits, it’s the perfect season to start one of your own and get encouragement along the way! Have you ever wanted to read the Bible once a day, but didn’t know where to start? Continue Reading

How We Got the Bible in 6 Steps

What if you could approach the Bible at your own pace, starting and stopping as you would in a world-class museum: reading individual exhibits, observing colorful displays, and gaining an overall understanding as you proceed? Bible Gateway interviewed Christopher Hudson (@ReadEngageApply) about his book, Self-Guided Tour of the Bible: Maps, Charts, Timelines, Simple Overviews (Rose Continue Reading

3 Shocking Facts on Resurrection You Should Know

The more you read the Bible, the more references you’ll see to resurrection—that is, the dead coming back to life. This isn’t merely a spiritual experience or a metaphorical expression; it’s a physical reality. Resurrection in the Bible always involves the bringing back to life of real, flesh-and-blood bodies. As you read, you’ll see three Continue Reading

The 5 Most Important Challenges of Discipleship

Christianity without discipleship is always Christianity without Christ.–Dietrich Bonhoeffer The Greek word disciple means “student” or “learner.” In New Testament times, a disciple entered into a master-apprentice relationship with his teacher. A disciple’s hope was to acquire his mentor’s wisdom and skills, and to imitate his life. The leader’s expectation was that, once trained, his Continue Reading

NEW Release: Self-Guided Tour of the Bible!

New Self Guided Tour of the Bible

NEW Self-Guided Tour of the Bible! Buy Rose’s NEW Book AND Get Its Download FREE! Imagine having an easy-to-understand guide of the entire Bible —including all 66 books, 100 key people, key places, essential teachings, and more! Features over 200 charts, maps, timelines, and pictures! This Week Only! Buy the NEW Self-Guided Tour of the Continue Reading

Top 10 Bible Translations of 2016

For more than 2,000 years, scholars have been translating the Bible. And they’re still refining it as they learn more… The Old Testament was written over a 1,500-year period before the birth of Christ. It was written primarily in Hebrew, with a few portions in Aramaic. The New Testament was written within 70 years of Continue Reading

3 Reasons Jesus Needed to Be Baptized

3 reasons jesus was baptized

  Baptism is often described as an outward sign of an inward change. It is a public testimony that you believe in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Your baptism powerfully proclaims what God has done, and is doing, in your life. In addition, as a follower of Jesus, you are publicly saying that Continue Reading