BY CIERRA KLATT
“We are collecting money for Bibles to send to Haiti. We will take cash or check.”
Who do you think said this?
- A middle-aged man with a leadership position in a church
- A passionate high-school senior who is heavily involved in the youth group
- A loving mom who is saddened by the impoverished children of third-world countries
Heidi Lynch, Hally’s aunt, (right) and Zoey Yust, Halley’s younger sister (middle), give a bible to a young girl attending VBS in Kansas.
BY KRISTA RIVERA
I will admit it; this blog is much later than I would have liked it to be. June was a hectic month to say the least. Between caring for my 5 month old (as well as my dog and my cat), finishing up my maternity leave, taking a vacation in two different states, starting our daycare routine and resuming my work schedule it is safe to say that the month of June was, well, demanding (even with the help of a wonderful husband). Indeed, this past month it was hard to find time for myself, let alone time to spend with God.
BY GARRETT EDWARDS
Welcome back to this two-part post on reading the Bible. To recap, part 1 described the “why” behind reading Scripture. With this article, I would like to describe a little bit of the “how” for practically reading the Bible. By no means is this a comprehensive list, but I hope it will help you in your own journey of growing closer to Jesus as you are transformed to become more and more like Him.