Five way to dwell on the Word when you can’t read

Astonishingly, I have said before and I say it again, the Bible nowhere insists that you read it. Despite our frequent insistence to the contrary,

Don’t let the Devil’s perfection be the enemy of Bible-reading progress

My wife was just telling me about about a Bible reading plan she has in an app on her phone. She was also telling me

Book review: Knowing our times

You know that feeling when you’ve said some stuff – all of it certainly true and legitimate – but somebody asks you to present that

It does us good whether we remember or not

Last week, I was at the North West Partnership annual conference. One of the speakers was Denesh Divyanathan. During one of his talks about the

Devotion to the public reading of scripture

I previously wrote a review of Adrian Reynolds book Progress: lifelong growth for gospel workers. You can read my full review here. One of the arguments

Treasuring the word in a non-reading culture

As a minister of a church, naturally, I want my people to read their bibles and pray. I want them immersed in scripture and I

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