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This is more than a read-aloud/audio Bible. The daily journey through the scriptures includes Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and a Proverb– along with host Brian Hardin’s insightful commentary and prayer. Jump in at any point in the year; it restarts each January. You can stick around for prayer time with the community, or unplug after the scriptures; it’s up to you. But as Brian says in his book, “Passages”:
It’s going to be nearly impossible for you to interact with the Bible on on a daily basis for the next year and walk away unchanged, but the change will come in profound and unexpected ways, for you are embarking on an adventure, not reading a manual. Your problems aren’t going to vanish, but they will no longer have a hold on you. You’re probably not going to make a million dollars by the end of the year, but you will be content and thriving. All the stresses of life aren’t going to disappear, but there will be a sense of serenity that somehow transcends the normal chaos. The world will not spin slower, but some of the superfluous things will lose their appeal.
I love this site. Great access to several Bible translations, commentaries, and lexicons (for those of us who like to be Bible word nerds). As a Precept study leader, I used this resource often.
This church and Bible study website are a treasure. You’ll find links to audio files and commentaries, history, outlines, and more. And it’s free content!
This ministry is near to my heart, and I love the inductive study method it teaches. Your life will be transformed when you learn to observe what the Bible has to say for yourself; interpret what it means, using scripture to explain scripture; and then apply what you’ve learned.
Ministry leader Kay Arthur penned a useful introduction to the method:
Lord, Teach Me to Study the Bible in 28 Days