One of the pastors at my old church in NC has some great suggestions/thoughts for improving your walk this year. Personally, I think it’s a Good Idea™ to also read non-“spiritual” books/works, too – because it can help keep you abreast of cultural trends and changes – but his list is a fantastic start.
This spring (starting on 03 Feb), I will be leading a Bible study class at PMBC based on Tony Evans’ book It’s Not Too Late. I invite you all to join me in this ~8 week study!
In addition to my previous post about podcasting the Bible, I have been considering offering a podcasted version of some now-public-domain texts – such as Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening or Faith Checkbook. What other titles like that would be appreciated to exist in audio form?
I’ve been tossing around the idea of podcasting the Bible for some time – ie, creating an audio Bible of my own (using a readily-available translation), and posting episodes (chapters or books – haven’t decided which yet) on a frequent basis (perhaps weekly). After all, what better way is there to study the Bible than […]
In follow-up to my last post about George Guthrie’s book Read the Bible for Life, I wanted to give some more thoughts on how to study the Bible in practical ways. Let the Bible speak for itself “The Word of God is living and sharper than any two-edged sword” (Hebrews 4:12). Given that this is true, […]