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Life After Work: The Retirement Lie

Have you heard of the retirement lie?  Joel Malick and Alex Lippert are the newest authors to join Rose Publishing/Aspire Press. They’re here to help us avoid buying into the lie and refocus on what truly matters. Our society has distracted us, placing too much emphasis on money and “happiness,” with very little focus on Continue Reading

Hope for a Messiah (With Discussion Questions)

Life for the Jewish people under Roman rule can be characterized by extremes. On one hand, they were free to work, live, and worship; but on the other hand, they were constantly reminded that they were not truly free. Roman soldiers occupied their land continually. The burden of high taxes paid to Rome drove many Continue Reading

Worry About Worrying: Why Anxiety Makes Us Feel Guilty

This is a guest post by author of Perfectly Suited, J.D. Peabody It’s been 75 years since the poet W.H. Auden described the times we’re living in as the age of anxiety. If there were any doubts about his assessment then, the last few years have erased them. Fear and worry have spread as quickly as Continue Reading

Yom Kippur for Christians: 5 Simple Steps to Reconciliation & Atonement

Yom Kippur–or the Day of Atonement–is approaching quickly and there are so many rich lessons we as believers can gain from the practices and symbolism of this Jewish Festival. Let’s take a look– In The Torah The Lord spoke to Moses, saying: “On exactly the tenth day of this seventh month is the Day of Continue Reading

Free “Ancient Israel Geography” eChart

How did the climate and land of ancient Israel affect the food that grew there? And what kinds of meals did the Israelites eat in Bible times? With this week’s free eChart, enjoy having key background information on the feasts of the Bible! Learn contextual information about the climate and land of ancient Israel, and Continue Reading

Free “Feasts of the Bible” eChart

You may know about the more well-known feasts of the Bible, such as Passover, Weeks, and Booths. But what about the more everyday, commonplace feasts and banquets that the Israelites celebrated? This week’s free eChart explores some of the lesser-known feasts and banquets of the Old Testament, called mishteh. With this week’s free download, enjoy Continue Reading

Free “Finding God’s Hope through Prayer” eChart

When we’re faced with a challenge and we feel overwhelmed, we might feel angry or like we’re alone in our struggle. But as Christians, we know that we can rely on God when we are struggling. This week’s free eChart features two devotions to remind you of the ways that God is there for us Continue Reading

Free “How We Got the Bible” eChart

What does the word “testament” mean? What tools did biblical writers use? Why are there so many Bible translations? Find out answers to these questions and more in this week’s free eChart! Discover key insights about the Bible’s history, creation, and translation as you learn: New insights into how we got the Bible  What tools Continue Reading

Free “Why Is the Tabernacle Important Today?” eChart

How was the Tabernacle built? What areas of the Tabernacle were most important? Answer these questions and more in this week’s eChart! Your free download includes a helpful chart pointing you to Bible verses that describe this sacred space. Plus, get an inside view of the Tabernacle with a diagram including the measurements of all Continue Reading

Free “Jewish Insights into the Tabernacle” eChart

You understand the importance of the Tabernacle in the Bible. But what is the Jewish significance of the Tabernacle and Temple? Find out in this week’s eChart! Your free download includes two excerpts from Exodus and Revelation from The Complete Jewish Study Bible, both focusing on the Tabernacle. Learn about the often-overlooked Jewish themes in Continue Reading

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