Get a Basic Overview of the Bible from R.C. Sproul
Virtually every Christian at some point has resolved to read the entire Bible. If we believe the Bible is the Word of God, it’s natural not to want to miss a word of it. If God delivered a letter to your mailbox, I am sure you would read it. But the Bible is a pretty big letter, and its sheer bulk is somewhat daunting, even to the person with the best of intentions. Therefore, few Christians actually keep a resolution to read through the Bible…Here’s my recommendation: begin with an overview of the Bible. Get the basic framework first.
20 Ways You Can Create Reading Time by Mathew Sims
“When you come, bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, also the books, and above all the parchments” (2 Timothy 4:13). Paul is old. He’s frequently locked up. But he still asks Timothy for books and paper. He’s committed to reading and writing even in his advanced age. Besides all the social data that indicates that those who read every day are more successful, Christians should understand the value of reading daily. Our Scripture, God’s very words, are written down in a book. His gospel is told in a story. Therefore, we should be committed to reading daily. I’m gonna give you twenty ways you can read more. Twenty ways to get a step ahead. Twenty ways to use your time wisely. – See more at: http://servantsofgrace.org/20-ways-you-can-create-reading-time/#sthash.bVVtMR2U.dpuf
Free eBook: Stop Helping Us! by Peter Greer (president of HOPE International)
Peter Greer (President of HOPE International) shapes a new way of thinking about helping the poor that goes against the grain of current approaches to fighting poverty. Discover this new model of aid and learn what you can do to help the poor.
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So It’s the Summer before Seminary…4 Things to Do by Joey Cochran
Ah! Seminary! What memorable days!
If the Lord has led you to seminary, right now you’re starting to feel antsy and excited. At least I did. You may be twiddling your thumbs, just waiting to get there. If you are, then I have some suggestions for you. There is a lot that you can do in preparation for your seminary days.
If you’re planning to return to school and pursue theological studies, here are four things to do this Summer.
Your Child the Idol Worshipper by Andy Johnson
A helpful and quick read about helping guide your children away from idolatry to serve the Living God.