A tool designed to help ordinary people make disciples through the use of the Bible.
LOVE GOD. LOVE BIBLES. LOVE PEOPLE. MAKE DISCIPLES.
5 simple steps to create a Loved Bible
Rest in God's love for you
Before you begin, consider the ways God has provided for you over the past few days. He knows you and cares for you. Consider those who have invested in your faith. Pause to reflect and thank him. While you take a few moments to pray, ask God to lead you as you love the Bible. Also, pray for the person who will receive it.
Keep it Simple
The goal of a Loved Bible is not to be artsy, but to apply the Bible to all of life and help someone else navigate the Scriptures. You need a compact Bible, a pen, highlighter, and sticky notes.
We have provided resources and examples to guide you concerning what to highlight and notes to add emphasis to particular passages. As you journey through the Bible, pause to appreciate the truths and relevancy of the gospel. Be encouraged by how God will use you and his Scripture to impact the life of the person receiving the Loved Bible.
Share the Good News of Jesus
When you complete a Loved Bible, it’s time to give it away. Who in your life would benefit from receiving a Loved Bible? Ask God for discernment. Then, give it away! Provide an opportunity to walk through the various verses you highlighted. Be patient, humble, and available to discuss how God has been working in your life. This starts the amazing process of making disciples.
As you invest in this person’s life, invite them to places and events where there will be other Christians – hangouts, meals, coffee, and worship gatherings. Be present and encourage one another as you learn and apply the Bible to all of life.
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