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Free eChart: “Northern Israel & Waters of the Bible”

From the Nile River to the Red Sea, there are many bodies of water mentioned throughout the Bible. In fact, to the west of Israel is the Mediterranean Sea, and to its east, the Sea of Galilee, Jordan River, and Dead Sea. In this week’s free eChart, enjoy learning about 8 key bodies of water Continue Reading

Rose Stress Trivia – Day #4

This is the second to last day of this Stress Trivia! Day #4! Find out the correct answers next week! We’re testing your Bible knowledge with this one! See if you know what book of the Bible the verse below is from. Here is the trivia question for Day #4! Finish This Verse: “So, don’t Continue Reading

Free “Israel’s Culture and Geography” eChart

Who was the woman of Shunem? And what can studying her story teach us about the culture and geography of Israel? In this week’s free eChart, take a look at the woman of Shunem’s story to learn helpful new information about the Bible’s context. Enjoy learning new information about Israel’s geography and culture, to give Continue Reading

Free Session on The Lord’s Prayer

Experience prayer in a new way with this free eChart on understanding The Lord’s Prayer. You know that prayer is important. But what is it, exactly? And how does it work? In this week’s free eChart, learn more about how prayer affects our relationship with God. See a helpful overview of prayer and get answers Continue Reading

Free “Geographic Look at the Bible” eChart

So, as a serious Bible reader, you want to know God better. But, where do you start and how can you know God better? The Bible is full of real stories of real people living in real places. God communicating his infallible truths through the land, rock, soil, and water is both mind-boggling and also Continue Reading

Free “Finding Comfort through Prayer” eChart

We know that Jesus is there for us, but how can we go to him and allow him to carry our burdens? We also know that praying is important, but how can we pray when we’re filled with worry? This week’s free eChart features two devotions to remind you of the ways that God is Continue Reading

Free “Celebrating the Jewish Holiday Sukkot” eChart

The Feast of the Tabernacles, or Sukkot (Sept 20-27), is here! What can Christians learn about Jesus from this traditionally Jewish festival that celebrates God’s provision? Easily compare Old and New Testament interpretations and observances of this incredible feast with this free download! This week’s free eChart unpacks Scripture and provides cultural and also historical Continue Reading

Free “Time Line of the Exodus” eChart

It’s one thing to teach kids about Moses and the Israelites’ journey out of Egypt—it’s another to be able to see it clearly on a time line! From Moses’ and Aaron’s births to the Ten Commandments and the Tabernacle, see all the key events of the Exodus story at a glance! Gain a clearer understanding Continue Reading

Free “Time Line – Creation to Jacob” eChart

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Did you know that Buddha, Confucius, and the prophet Daniel all lived at the same time? Here are more fascinating facts that are available in this week’s free eChart: While the Sheng Dynasty was flourishing in China, Moses was leading the people out of Egypt during the Exodus The first recorded Olympic Games in Greece Continue Reading

Free eChart “Joshua’s Amazing Story”

The Plagues. Wonders and miracles. Crossing the Red Sea. Moses led the Israelites through incredible things, but eventually his leadership came to an end. But not just anyone could fill his shoes! Joshua had been the logical choice to fill the long shadow cast by Moses, the greatest of all mentors at the time. Joshua Continue Reading

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