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The Bible

The Bible is consistently the best-selling book in the world. Its words have shaped culture and influenced leaders more powerfully than any other writings. Over 90% of American families own at least one Bible. But what are we supposed to do with it? Many of us are a bit confused about what to do with this book. Join us as we explore the Bible as not simply a book to be read, but as an experience with God.

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You Are What You Eat

July 10, 2016 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 4

Whatever enters your mind repeatedly will eventually shape your mind, and will ultimately express itself in what you do and who you become. Just as our physical diet will eventually manifest itself in our physical health, our spiritual diet will eventually manifest itself in our spiritual health, or lack thereof. When we fill our hearts with God’s Word, our hearts are formed by God’s Word; and when our hearts are formed by God’s Word, we can’t help but look more and more like Jesus.

Like No Other

July 17, 2016 by Mark Stuenzi Message 2 of 4

Whenever you bring up the subject of the Bible outside of a group of Christians, there are the questions about why it's important, what makes it special and whether or not it's just another religious book. Most people don’t realize that the Bible isn’t actually a book at all. It is a collection of ancient writings which are consistent, historically accurate, well-preserved, and spiritually powerful. Those who live by its wisdom give evidence of God’s breath within its words.

We Only Learn What We Do

July 24, 2016 by Jason Castelli Message 3 of 4

Description: The end goal of all Bible reading is not that we would simply be well-informed Christians – but that we would be changed by the experience. Unfortunately, much Bible study ends at the point of understanding the truth while coming up short in applying it. Most agree that something hasn't been learned until it's been applied. The key to spiritual maturity is not how much of the Bible we know – it’s whether it actually changes us.

Digesting

July 31, 2016 by Dan White Message 4 of 4

The first and most important step to understanding the Bible, is to just get in the habit of reading it! The Bible was written to people who lived in very different times and places. Because of that, we often encounter things in our reading that can be puzzling. Fortunately, there are a lot of great study Bibles and other tools that can help us in understanding the meaning and context of a particular passage.