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The book of Ruth is a love story, a history and account of Jesus’s ancestors. Through the story of this young Moabite woman, the book brings a message of God’s love and redemption.
Made famous by the Ten Commandments, a burning bush and the inspiring story of a nation escaping from slavery, Exodus tells the account of the Israelites as they leave Egypt and begin life in a new land.
Genesis is a book of beginnings. It chronicles the creation of the world, the entrance of sin and the first covenant God makes with man. Throughout these “firsts” God demonstrates his love and faithfulness to his creation.
David was a man of many talents: he wrote poetry, slew giants and governed Israel. Read about how David shaped the kingdom of Israel and figured into the larger plan of salvation.
Mary Magdalene has been surrounded by myths for centuries. What does the Bible have to say about her?
Egypt played an important role in Israel’s history. Check out the different Egyptian rulers who guided the nation during these years.
When the Jews returned to their homeland after the exile things changed. Find out about the factors that influenced the Jews after they returned to Judea.
What does the church look like? Theologians have been asking that question for thousands of years. Check out what the New Testament has to say about the church.
Peter was a fisherman and Jesus referenced fishing several times in his earthly ministry. Find out what fishing was like in New Testament times.
As the Israelites entered the Promised Land they faced conflicts with other nations. Throughout these conflicts they learned that relying on God was crucial to their success in battle.
What is the definition of faith? How is that definition applied in the Bible? Read more to find out.
What are the spiritual gifts? How are they supposed to help the church? Learn more about the types of spiritual gifts and their role in the church.
Christmas is the most popular Christian holiday in the world. Use these resources to find out more about the meaning of Christmas.
The Old and New Testament include numerous references to African individuals. Learn more about this legacy.
Whether it's a daily or weekly e-mail Bible study, audio, print, or a text message, you can explore the eternal truths of the Bible in the way that best fits your life. With a variety of topics to choose from, each journey contains verses and Bible studies each day of your journey—making God's Word relevant and personal to you.Learn More »
Lectio Divina is a weekly framework for a faithful and respectful reading of the Bible, coordinated with the Catholic lectionary calendar. Content provided by UBS.Learn More »
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