Advent Resources

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…

Holiday Preparation: Living on Mission

Thanksgiving and Christmas should be some of the easiest times of the year for us to share the Gospel with our neighbors, co-workers, family, and friends. As Christians, we have so much to be thankful for and joyful about because of what Christ has done…

Our Takeaways from Proclaim Truth Conference

In October, we had the privilege of attending the Proclaim Truth Conference. What a delight to spend a few days concentrating on learning about the church! Below are some of our favorite takeaways or quotes.

Loving a Bible for Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Sadly, 1-in-4 pregnancies ends in a stillbirth or miscarriage. As a result, most of us know someone who has experience this heartbreaking loss. Caring for a friend who has experienced infant loss can feel difficult at times. We fear doing or saying the wrong thing. Yet…

Ways to Live on Mission this Fall

Last night, I noticed it was starting to get darker earlier in the evening. Summer fun has come to a close, yet fall offers us a new set of opportunities to be missional with those around us. I LOVE fall! The cooler weather with no…

Fall 2022 Creative Team Book Picks

Fall is here! What does this change in season mean for The Loved Bible Project? Our Instagram and Facebook posts will have quotes and photos from a NEW round of books. Check out why we chose each book! Social Sanity in an Insta World by…

Loving a Bible for a Child

A Loved Bible is full of notes, prayers, highlights, etc. and is used as a tool to help make disciples. A legacy Loved Bible might be for your child, grandchild, someone you mentor, a teen you have discipled, etc. A parent, grandparent or mentor would create…

How to Create a Loved Bible with Your Child

“Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk…

Basic Materials Checklist

Are you getting ready to create a Loved Bible for the first time? Gathering as a group? Participating in our Foundations Challenge? This checklist provides you with a list of basic supplies to get started. Note: Most items you probably already have at home –…

Books to Read Every Year

Love Your Church:  This book was just published last year! Yet, I have it on my list to read again this year. It is a valuable read to learn what church is, why being part of it is exciting, and why it’s worthy of our…

Bible Translations: What do I need to know?

“Personal Bible study is the Christian’s lifeline. It is never optional; it is always essential.”  Howard Hendricks Have you ever been sitting in a church service following along as the pastor reads the Bible and noticed the words you are reading do not match what…

What is a commentary? 3 Recommendations

Have you ever been reading a passage and got frustrated because you could not understand it? A Bible commentary can be a great tool to gain further insight into passages of Scripture. “Good commentaries can protect us from heretical interpretations, correct our personal biases, and help…

Fall 2022 Bible Study Picks

We are hoping that your summer provided time to soak in God’s Word.  As summer is starting to wrap up, you may be starting to think about your fall schedule.  Your church may already have started advertising their fall study options and all you have…

5 Tips for Helping Others Navigate the Bible 

I distinctly remember one of my first Bible studies. Although I had a Bible and was a Christian, there were so many basics I didn’t know and was never taught. As I looked around the group, I felt like everyone had a worn in Bible…

Ways to Live on Mission this Summer

Summer is here!  Here are a few ways to intentionally spend time with neighbors, co-workers, and your community this summer. Fire Pit Nights.  Plan on hosting a weekly evening around the fire.  Invite neighbors, co-workers, friends from church, etc.  There is something about sitting around…

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