When teaching my tweens and teens at home, I found it hard to find a simple devotional that they could relate to. My children didn’t date, didn’t deal with locker room gossip, or the usual school social structure. In fact, some of the typical devotionals written for young people glorified Read More ….
Like Bibles, I often wonder if there are too many versions of devotional books. Think about it. There’s the Women’s Bible, Men’s Bible, Patriot Bible, African American Bible, to name just a smattering of titles. Check the devotional section of a Bible bookstore and you’ll find similar titles: Devotionals for Read More ….
Rachel Olsen’s newest book has the look and tone of what has been termed chick-lit. It’s No Secret is not the latest in get-away-from-it all fiction. Instead, it’s a get-away-from-it truth. What is the truth that women need to get away from? According the Ms. Olsen, it’s exhausting schedules, unpaid Read More ….
Jennifer Kennedy Dean is Executive director of The Praying Life Foundation and a respected author and speaker. She is the author of numerous books, studies, and magazine articles specializing in prayer and spiritual formation. Her book Heart’s Cry has been named National Day of Prayer’s signature book. You’ll find articles Read More ….
My number one complaint about The [expanded] Bible from Thomas Nelson, it’s only the New Testament. I’ve long used The Amplified Bible as part of my in-depth study of the Scripture. The [expanded] Bible adds to what the Amplified has done so well – add clear definition to words and Read More ….
Many resources are available to read the Bible in chronological order. And, although it is interesting to read David’s psalms along with his life story, it sheds little light on God’s work in history. The Chronological Study Bible from Thomas Nelson illuminates God’s story by placing the inspired Scripture in Read More ….