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    • where to find bible books

      One challenge many Christians face is the time it takes them - not to mention the frustration is creates - to find passages in the Bible.


      "Where is Obadiah, for goodness' sake?!"


      You don't have to memorize the order of all 66 books to improve your verse location skills. Click the image to the left of this description to view and download a helpful infographic we've created to give you some tips to speed up your searches.

    • Is jesus God? - the Gospels texts (full content)

      Click the image to the left of this paragraph to review and download the New Living Translation version of the Gospel texts our new Sunday morning Bible study will explore in its search for an answer to the question "Is Jesus God?" that begins July 7. As you review the texts, ask yourself, what is there in these verses that helps me understand who Jesus was? And then join our "To the Pointe" Sunday group on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. to discuss these and many other texts. [If you'd rather download just a list of text citations rather than their full content, see the next item on this page. Additional text collections will be posted on this page as they become available.]

    • is jesus god? - The gospel texts (list of citations only)

      Click the image to the left of this paragraph to review and download a list of the Gospel texts our new Sunday morning Bible study will explore in its search of an answer to the question "Is Jesus God?" that begins July 7. And be sure to join our "To the Pointe" Sunday group on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. to discuss these and many other texts. [If you'd rather download the full content of these passages rather than just their citations, see the previous item on this page. Additional text collections will be posted on this page as they become available.]

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