Tag Archives: #WhyBible

#WhyBible – The September Journey

Throughout the month of September, we have joined other organizations and people around the world to share why the Bible matters.  We’ve shared many personal stories, guest posts and glimpses into how the Bible is our foundation.  Thank you for … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – Tune Your Instrument

As mentioned in the previous blog post, I (DeAnna) spent a day recently at a Beth Moore Simulcast and the focus was Symphony.  The first-violin player is the concertmaster, meaning all the other instruments are tuned to that player.  As … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – Play Your Instrument

This year Jonah is in band and learning to play the trombone.  As many of you know when someone is learning to play an instrument, the sounds that come out of the instrument is loud, screechy, rough, but we know … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – Stones of Remembrance

We’ve seen the impact the Bible has had on people the first time they hear and/or read the Bible in a language that speaks to their hearts.  For those of us who have English as our mother tongue, we’ve had … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – who am I?

Have you ever had a time in your life when you feel down?  Have you ever had someone else call you a name or say something with the intent to make you feel bad about yourself?  Have you ever compared … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – guide book for life

I (DeAnna) grew up in a Christian home.  We attended church, my Mom was a Sunday School teacher, my Dad was a deacon, we had devotions in the home, we attended every VBS, we prayed and we relied on the … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – Hearing for the first time

We’ll never forget the impact The Jesus Film had on Sophie in her mother tongue, Ewondo. She was literally sitting on the edge of her seat, eyes glued to the television completely entranced. She had tears of joy filling her … Continue reading

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