What is a Disciple-Maker?

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end…

Love Others – Take them a Meal

We have walked through a variety of seasons that were difficult and honestly having a meal dropped off meant so much!  The gift of not having to prepare dinner was a huge support.  We also appreciated having meals in times of joy such as having…

Spring 2022 Book Picks

Finally, spring is here! What does that mean for The Loved Bible Project? You will start seeing on both Instagram and Facebook posts for a new round of books by our creative team. Check out why we chose each book. What Grieving People Wish You…

Egg Your Neighbor

If you are familiar with The Loved Bible Project, you know step #5 is “Invest and Invite.”  We ask the Lord to give us eyes to see and connect with people in the community around us. Here is a simple way to invest in your neighbors or friends from school.

Prayers for the “Who”

The fourth step of The Loved Bible Project process is “Give it away.” When you start a Loved Bible, often you start with thinking about who it will go to, and this step is really straight-forward. But maybe you’re not sure. That’s ok! Keep praying…

How Can We Love Others Well?

We are probably familiar with the ‘to dos’ of loving others well. In Dave Furman’s book Being There he provides some helpful “do not do these things”. Here are 5 things to keep in mind when loving those who are hurting:  Don’t encourage them to just “move-on.  “When…

The Bible Is One Big Unified Story

Have you downloaded our free Getting Started Guide and Foundations Workbook? The Getting Started Guide helps you know how to prepare your heart, gather materials, and get started! It also helps you know what to do along the way through the Loved Bible process. The Foundations Workbook helps…

Diving into God’s Word in 2022

The last few weeks of December can feel really busy. When I wrapped up my fall Bible study before Thanksgiving, I had really great intentions to gather a small group to go through an Advent study or devotional, but December planning quickly overtook all my…

November – 30 Day Challenge

Starting November 1, we will be sharing definitions and Scriptures from the Attributes of God worksheet. We invite you to download a copy of the worksheet or simply follow along social media each day. It is impossible for our human minds to fully comprehend the…

Love a Bible for Your Pastor

October is designated as Pastor Appreciation Month – an annual observance to honor pastors and others who “labor in preaching and teaching” (1 Tim. 5:17). Especially right now, we need to fight for our pastors. In this great article, Peter Orr says, “I was going…

Adding – THE STORY OF SCRIPTURE – to a Loved Bible

What if someone asked you to tell them the general story of the Bible? What would you say? How could you help them understand what the Bible is, and why it matters? It seems simple, but yet complicated. The Loved Bible Project Foundations Workbook, it…

Loved Bible Goes to College

Do you have a child going off to college, or do you know one? Join us as we go along with Bibles (and students) to college and follow their journey for the next four years. The truths in the Foundations Workbook are truths we want…

Every Book of the Bible Is About Jesus

The Bible’s main character and hero is Jesus Christ. Although we don’t see his name in every book, all 66 books point to him. He is referred to as the second person of the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). He is also the Good Shepherd…

Understanding Literary Genre

Foundation 1 from the Foundations Workbook is “What is the Bible?”. In the second paragraph, we mention briefly about literary styles also commonly referred to as genre. Sixty-six books comprise the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. About 40 different human authors contributed, over…

Advent

The season of Advent is more than wreaths and candles a few weeks before Christmas. Advent is the time some Christians take to prepare their hearts to focus on the true meaning of Jesus’ birth. The word advent means “arrival” or “an appearing, or coming…

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