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…

Everyday Rhythms – S is for Speak

Can you point back to the last time you spoke the words of the gospel to someone? What did that look like? In our current series called Everyday Rhythms – BLESS, we are on the final focus of S is for Speak. For the past 6…

Everyday Rhythms – S is for Sabbath

Chances are, you’ve heard it before. It’s one of the 10 Commandments – “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.” Exodus 20:8 But in the hustle and noise of life today, is Sabbath really essential? If it is, how do we do it? And…

Everyday Rhythms – E is for Eat

Q: What do most people do at least 21 times a week?  A: EAT We’re in the middle of a series called Everyday Rhythms, focusing on simple ways to intentionally build relationships. Why? Because relationships are the foundation for discipleship, and the goal of The…

Everyday Rhythms – L is for Listen

Listening is essential to building relationships. At The Loved Bible Project, we’re currently in the midst of a series called BLESS from the Saturate podcast, and L stands for Listen. (You can listen to the podcast here.) The BLESS series breaks down 5 key ways…

Everyday Rhythms – B is for Bless

Last week we kicked off a new 6-week series called Everyday Rhythms. It’s based on the acronym B.L.E.S.S. from the Saturate Podcast. B is for Bless, “We intentionally bless others though serving, encouraging, giving, and thinking of those around us. Instead of focusing on ourselves,…

Everyday Rhythms

So often in The Loved Bible Project process, we reach the 4th and 5th steps and people ask “Who do I Give it Away to?” and “How do I Invest and Invite?” These are the steps where we begin to Love People and Make Disciples….

How To Do The Inductive Bible Study Method

Above all, we hope you’re reading the Bible as your primary source of truth, knowledge, encouragement, and growth. It is the only book inspired by God and without error. Many people use the inductive study method to help understand the Bible, both in it’s original…

What is the Gospel?

The gospel is the good news of what Jesus did on our behalf through his life, death, resurrection, and ascension. It is the work of God that saves, sanctifies, and sustains his people. Saves In life, Jesus was perfect (Heb 4:15, 1 Peter 1:18-19, 1…

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…

How to Find a Local Church

The final step of creating a Loved Bible is to ‘Invest & Invite.’ Throughout the New Testament, the Bible is clear about the importance of gathering with the local church. But there are so many churches, with large or subtle distinctions. How do you choose…

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