• Why I Love the Bible

    Why I Love the Bible Learn to grow closer to God through your devotions and Bible study.
  • Clear Enough for a Child

    R.C. Sproul
    Clear Enough for a Child Reformer Martin Luther was convinced of the perspicuity of Scripture, namely, that its central message of salvation is so clear that even a child can understand it.
  • Hidden Treasure

    Greg Laurie
    Hidden Treasure While the world's greatest wealth lies within reach, it remains untouched by most.
  • “The Bible Says that…” Really?

    James Emery White
    “The Bible Says that…” Really? The real mistake when it comes to the Bible isn't getting our quotes of the Scriptures just right, it's failing to get right with the Scriptures.
  • The Only Source of Wisdom

    John MacArthur
    The Only Source of Wisdom There's only one place to go to gain life's most valuable commodity. Why look anywhere else?
  • Facing Today: Not Your Average Bible Study

    John D. Barry
    Facing Today: Not Your Average Bible Study Painful circumstances are tearing away at the cultural, church and family ties that hold us together. It has become hard to see Jesus. This 8-week study through Hebrews should help.
  • The Only Way to Not Waste Your Life

    Dr. John Barnett
    The Only Way to Not Waste Your Life If I could describe the best life there could be, a life of peace, serenity, security, and joy - it would be the Word Filled Life!
  • God Talks: The Bible is God's True and Lasting Word

    Bruce Ware
    God Talks: The Bible is God's True and Lasting Word Knowing that God is a talking God helps us understand better one of the most important and precious possessions we have in all of life--our Bible.
  • Drawing on Scripture Under Gunfire

    Tim Newcomb
    Drawing on Scripture Under Gunfire Scripture memorization has become a frequent spiritual tool to Army chaplain Jeff Struecker and his fellow Rangers.
  • Is the Bible Your Authority?

    James MacDonald
    Is the Bible Your Authority? You will never have the power to live a full and fruitful godly life until you choose God's Word as your final authority.
  • Choosing a Bible Translation

    Daniel B. Wallace
    Choosing a Bible Translation Before the year 1881, you had three choices for an English Bible translation: the KJV, the KJV, or the KJV. Obviously, this is no longer the case. How did the King James Version get dethroned? Which translation is best today? Are any of the modern translations faithful to the original?
  • Meditation – What Is It?

    Meditation – What Is It? Meditating on God’s Word shapes our worldview. Our worldview is the grid through which we view all of life. The way we view life determines our practical, daily response to our circumstances.
  • What Did Jesus Mean?

    What Did Jesus Mean? Sincere Christians may be at risk today because they want to follow the teachings of Jesus but are confused about their intended meaning.
  • The Bible: Human or Divine?

    Hank Hanegraaff
    The Bible: Human or Divine? To defend the faith we must be equipped...
  • The World's Most Relevant Book

    Dr. Michael Youssef
    The World's Most Relevant Book Very few of us take to heart the lessons of the Bible through the daily study and meditation of God's Word.
  • The Scriptures as a "Second Language"

    Kathi Macias
    The Scriptures as a Each time I came across something that contradicted what I had believed before receiving Christ, I had to make a choice to reject my former teachings or experiences and replace them with what God said about the situation or circumstance.
  • Make Appointments with God

    Whitney Hopler
    Prioritize a daily quiet time, and spending time with God will become a delight instead of a chore.
  • How to Read the Bible Theologically

    J.I. Packer
    How to Read the Bible Theologically J.I. Packer - To read the Bible "theologically" means to read the Bible "with a focus on God."
  • How Many Versions of the Bible do We Really Need?

    Daniel Burke
    How Many Versions of the Bible do We Really Need? Some Christian scholars wonder whether too much Bible can sometimes be a bad thing, as major new translations and waves of books marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible inundate the market this fall.
  • A Book of Great Price: The Most Valuable Book You Own

    David Jeremiah
    A Book of Great Price: The Most Valuable Book You Own What does it take for believers like you and me to stand firm for the Word of God in our homes, our workplaces, our communities, and especially in our churches?