Expect opposition when God is at work—It shouldn’t surprise us really. The Bible opens with God creating the world. Turn the page and Satan is trying to undo everything good. It’s a recurring pattern in the Bible you can recognize. There’s always opposition when God is at work.
As a sequel to the themes of Passover that we explored in March, Dr. Tim Laniak will now examine the significance of the Acts 2 account of Pentecost through its agricultural, historical, and anticipatory dimensions. Register for only $10 per household or get free access with an Unlimited Pass.
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The impact of Bible Journey is deep, long-lasting biblical knowledge, application and increased understanding and Bible engagement. Through engaging videos and insightful lectures that bring the Bible to life in a new way, Bible Journey can transform your experience with Scripture. But don’t take our word for it! Instead, hear from some of our Bible Journey scholarship recipients and the impact of Bible Journey on their spiritual growth and Bible engagement.
We’re so grateful to Bible Coalition for generously coming alongside us in our mission of providing rich biblical training and education in providing scholarships to the Bible Journey courses for those who need them. By making a donation through Bible Coalition, you can provide students of all ages and backgrounds with the opportunity to study the Bible in a deeper way and increase their biblical literacy and understanding.
Hear directly from Pastor Conda about his experience studying and teaching with Bible Journey, and how Bible Journey can be used on missions around the world to bring theological teaching and biblical literacy to the ends of the earth.
Midway through Lent, you may be looking forward to and longing for the hope and excitement of Easter—especially in a year and season where many of us are grieving or longing for so much. This year, you can deepen your Lenten reflections by joining Dr. Laniak for a pre-recorded live webinar for only $10 per household.
By: Linda P. Prince, originally published in September 2019 for The Compass.
Over the past year, I have written several articles about Truth with a capital T. I have also written about the Bible as the source of Truth and our radar for discernment. Today, I bring you a completely new weapon for the battle.
What exactly is “Bible engagement?” Ministries around the world use this phrase—or similar phrases, like “Scripture engagement” or “biblical literacy”—to describe a focus on moving from simple knowledge about the Bible to application in one’s own life about what the Bible says. Biblical engagement is about actually engaging with the Scriptures, not just reading them. If you want to increase your biblical engagement and study the Bible in new ways this year, check out some of our favorite resources:
Bible Journey features a huge variety of interactive, multimedia content, from lectures and readings to workbook exercises, quizzes, maps, interviews and more. However, one of our favorite features of Bible Journey is the engaging cross-cultural content and application that helps students not only immerse themselves in Scriptural study, but understand the context of particular passages historically.