Practices with your Bible that will keep you humble (and make William Tyndale proud)

The accessibility of scripture is something people before us have given their lives for. William Tyndale (1494-1536) laid down his life so that, "... the boy who drives the plow," could know the scriptures even better than the Pope of his time. The stories of how the translation of the Bible, at the blood, sweat … Continue reading Practices with your Bible that will keep you humble (and make William Tyndale proud)

10 things to do with your Bible that will help you grow in faith

It's true, you can have a PhD in Old and New Testament studies and be what Jesus called, "a blind guide" because like Paul said, "Knowledge puffs up but love builds up" (1 Corinthians 8:1). Knowing your Bible doesn't mean you know the one it speaks of (John 5:39).  Nevertheles, you shouldn't throw Bible reading … Continue reading 10 things to do with your Bible that will help you grow in faith

Why it’s important to meditate on the Bible: A conversation between mom and son.

Until about 7 o'clock this evening I felt like the walking dead. Doing some night shifts at the hospital is taking its toll on me.  But I'm always surprised at how much I notice God's presence and help when I feel especially weak. Today was no exception. My 13-year-old is new in his personal walk … Continue reading Why it’s important to meditate on the Bible: A conversation between mom and son.