Personal, Prayer, Religious, Theology

Prepare for the End of Your World

"Galaxy" - © 2020 by V. Nesdoly Yesterday a newsfeed headline “How to Prepare Now for the Complete End of the World” caught my eye. I didn’t read the article right away, but it got me thinking. Are we near the “complete end of the world”? The spreading covid19 virus, the doom and gloom of… Continue reading Prepare for the End of Your World

Bible study, Biblical Art, Book Reviews, Non-fiction

Complete Guide to Bible Journaling (review)

Complete Guide to Bible Journaling: Creative Techniques to Express Your Faith by Joanne Fink My rating: 5 of 5 stars Before I got this book, I had only a vague idea there was such a thing as Bible journaling and no idea how to go about it or what a movement it had become. But… Continue reading Complete Guide to Bible Journaling (review)

Bible study, Book Reviews

New Spirit-Filled Life Bible (NIV) – Kindle version (review)

New Spirit-Filled Life Bible-NIV-Signature by Jack Hayford My rating: 5 of 5 stars I was excited when I found the New Spirit-Filled Life Bible (NIV) offered for review by Thomas Nelson as an e-book. I have used the hard copy of this Bible (NKJV version) since 2005—and love it! What sets this study Bible apart… Continue reading New Spirit-Filled Life Bible (NIV) – Kindle version (review)

Bible news, Technology

The B-I-B-L-eBook

In the article "Fifty Shades of the Good Book" Christianity Today writer Sarah Zylstra  reports that having the Bible available as an e-book has boosted Bible sales and reading. This is especially true in places where Bibles are hard to get or there is a stigma attached to going into a Christian bookstore, like Muslim… Continue reading The B-I-B-L-eBook

Bible study, Biblical Art

2012 hand-copied, illuminated Gospel

A news feature in the spring 2012 Bethany College Connection (the alumni newsletter of Bethany College, of which I am an alumna) caught my eye. I will quote from the press release "Candace's Gospel Project": "First-year students in the 'Jesus and the Gospels' course, have a choice for their major assignment: write a research essay,… Continue reading 2012 hand-copied, illuminated Gospel

Bible study

Read the Bible in 2013

Is one of your New Year's resolutions to read the Bible in 2013? Would you like to read through the entire book (or, more accurately, the library of 66 books)? Or maybe you're not that ambitious. Whatever your goal, there's a Bible reading plan for you. Below is a list for you to look over… Continue reading Read the Bible in 2013

Book Reviews

Devotional with fit tips (review)

Women of Strength - a devotional to improve spiritual and by Kimberly Payne My rating: 5 of 5 stars Kimberley Payne takes us through the year in her devotional e-book Women of Strength. No, that’s not through the year as in 365 devotions, but through it in twenty-four, six each in sections devoted to the… Continue reading Devotional with fit tips (review)

Book Reviews

Dynamic duo by Laura J. Davis (review)

Come to Me Fictionalizing the story of any Bible character is tricky, but Laura J. Davis chose some of the most sensitive characters when she set out to write Come to Me—the story of Jesus’ life as seen through the eyes of His mother. Mary’s narrative begins with her betrothal to Joseph, and ends after… Continue reading Dynamic duo by Laura J. Davis (review)