Tag Archives: Bible Reading

The Bible Translations by Julie Arduini

Each year I choose a new Bible translation as my go-to for reading on my phone. I like learning, for the most part, the different versions and how they stack up. In my hardcover, I use NLT and Holcomb the … Continue reading

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Weeping Over Scripture by Nancy J. Farrier

For me, the best days are those that begin with coffee and Bible reading. Every year, I read through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. And, every time something new jumps out at me. Or, perhaps it isn’t new, maybe … Continue reading

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Help! I’m Hooked! (by Hannah Alexander)

I loved Nancy’s recent blog about her hiking trail in the desert. Makes me want to visit her and hike that trail with her. I’ve always had a fascination with trails and wilderness, from the time I was a toddler. … Continue reading

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Reading the Word by Tara Randel

Here we are again. Summer break is almost over, unless your children go back to school as early as Florida. Our kids went back this week. There’s something about the hustle of getting ready for school, even if your children … Continue reading

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High School Faith by Julie Arduini

I confess, I enjoyed school. I liked learning and for the most part, it came easy for me. If you exclude math and science. Anyway, I had a photographic memory and when I’d do my homework, I would retain a … Continue reading

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A Different Place by Camy/Camille (Camy Tang)

Recently I was reading a book about making new habits and breaking bad habits. It was well-written and easily understandable, but it also talked a lot about the psychology behind behavior, which was fascinating to me as a psych major … Continue reading

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Old words are new again

When I was 13, I joined a teen Bible Quiz team at my church, and our group was led by a young married couple. Our quiz topic was the books of 1 and 2 Thessalonians, and we needed to learn … Continue reading

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Get On the Right Path for 2014 by Tara Randel

At the church I attend, my pastor has declared 2014 as the Year of the Sword. This year we are going to read the Word of God more and listen to what God has to say to us.  For the … Continue reading

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  Honestly, I started to add an “or not” to the end of the title of this article.  What makes us do or not do anything? “It depends” is as close to the truth as I’ve managed to get.  Something … Continue reading

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Should You Trust Your Ding Meter? Posted by Maureen Lang

I had to smile when I read both Vicki’s and Jim’s postings here on Christians Read. Over the weekend my husband was telling me about someone he’d heard either on the radio or online as she discussed the elements of … Continue reading

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The One Thing by Elizabeth Goddard

Remember the movie, City Slickers? I love the part where Curly tells Mitch that the secret of life is the one thing. When Mitch asks Curly what the one thing is, he simply answers, “That’s what you have to find … Continue reading

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