In Mark 8, we see huge growth for the disciples. They go from worrying about where they will get their next meal to proclaiming that Jesus is God. If you read quickly through the chapter, you may not think critically about all the changes that take place. But, with a…

Reading Bible passages in the original languages is a great way to enhance personal study and lesson preparation. But if you’re like me, and it’s been a while since you studied Greek or Hebrew, your vocabulary isn’t as sharp as it used to be. Or maybe you’re just beginning the…

The hyperactivity of today’s contemporary society and our cultural attention deficit disorder makes slow reflection and meditation a lost art. Nonetheless, if prayer is to be a true conversation with God, it must be regularly preceded by listening to God’s voice through meditation on the Scripture. Learn about meditating on…

On October 2nd, the countdown for the last 90 days of 2018 begins. In those last 90 days, we enter the busy holiday season, full of food, family, and let’s be real, laziness. (I often call it hibernation in order to feel better about it). During this time, we typically start…

When we released the audio update, it was important that we taught you the basics first. But now, a bit of time has passed, and we have a few tips on how to make the most of the new features. Here are 8 tips and tricks for audio in the…

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