In his new book, Time for Every Thing?, Matt Fuller suggests using the second half of your summer vacation to review how you and your family are using your time—to make sure you’re living sustainably, rather than just surviving from year to year. Here’s how:... continue reading
All summer on The Good Book Blog, we’ve been posting fun activities to help you teach your children from the Bible. This week we look at Psalm 23 and see that God looks after his people—and making these thirst-quenching smoothies is a great way to recap the psalm. Perfect for hot (and not-so-hot) days!... continue reading
While Pilate was sitting on the judge’s seat, his wife sent him this message: “Don’t have anything to do with that _______ man
Which book starts, "The elder, to my dear friend Gaius, whom I love in the truth…"
How many chapters does Isaiah have?
Which Gospel contains the parable of The Prodigal Son?
For what of Jesus' did the soldiers cast lots?
What is the average number of chapters in a Major Prophet?
Perhaps the reason he was separated from you for a little while was that you might have him back forever— no longer as a _______, but better than a _______, as a dear brother.
Whatever the weather’s like in your part of the world, the summer break is a great opportunity to spend time digging into the Bible as a family. This week we have a creative way to tell the story of Jesus calming the storm.... continue reading
Today is the first day of Ramadan, when devout Muslims observe a strict fast from sunrise to sunset. It is a time of heightened tension for many Muslims, as they cope with hunger and thirst—especially as, at this time of year in the Northern hemisphere, the days are very long. But what is this festival all about, and what should our attitude towards it be?... continue reading