THE CHURCH: On to Glory! This is our last part of the yearly study! For those of you who make it this far, congratulations, and we hope it’s been a good experience for you. It’s certainly been a labor of love on our part. What better way to end than to savor the promise of […]
THE CHURCH: To the uttermost ends of the earth Again, the gospel finds fertile ground as it spread through all the earth! Study Guides: pdf. download,Ages 4-8, Week 45 pdf. download, Ages 9-13, Week 45 Make-Your-Own-Story-Bible Resources: .pdf download: not needed this week (it’s too easy!) .pdf download:Blank Drawing Page, week 45 .pdf download:Coloring Page, […]
THE CHURCH: Resurrection and Pentecost Study Guides: pdf. download, Sorry guys…this will return next week! pdf. download, Ages 9-13, Week 42 Make-Your-Own-Story-Bible Resources: .pdf download: Story Bible Instructions .pdf download: Blank Drawing Page, week 41 .pdf download: Coloring Page, week 42 .pdf download: Finished Page, week 42 For last week’s study, here’s Challenge 41. Or […]
MESSIAH: The Kingdom of Heaven What is the kingdom of heaven? And what did Christ teach us about it during His earthly ministry? We’ll learn this week on our Bible Challenge! Study Guides: pdf. download, Ages 4-8, Week 37 pdf. download, Ages 9-13, Week 37 Make-Your-Own-Story-Bible Resources: .pdf download: Story Bible Instructions .pdf download: Blank […]
THE PROPHETS: Messiah–Jesus’ Baptism and Temptation Why was Jesus baptized if he didn’t need to be born again? And why did the Devil bother tempting Christ if He couldn’t sin? Great questions to ponder as we see God’s Son now all grown up and ready to start his earthly ministry. Study Guides: pdf. download, Ages […]
We’re taking a week off of our Bible Reading Challenges, which seems appropriate, as we’re two-thirds of the way through. Next week we’ll turn a page–a very significant page, from the Old Testament to the New. If you’re new to Redeemed Reader and have been wondering what the Bible Reading Challenge is all about, this […]
THE PROPHETS: Daniel Daniel is the prophet among kings. Rather than speaking to God’s people primarily, God sends Daniel to witness to the pagan kings of Babylon, and his life is filled with courtly challenges: corruption, back-stabbing, politics and more. Even as the remnant is being drawn back to Israel, Daniel is God’s voice to […]
Once again, this week Janie and I have the honor of hosting Evan Hughes as our artist-in-residence. We’ve been covering the scope of the entire Bible in our Bible Reading Challenge (here’s an introduction), and this week we come to… THE PROPHETS: Jeremiah Jeremiah, the “weeping prophet”, prophesied the overthrow of Jerusalem, and he actually […]
THE PROPHETS: Jonah, Amos, Hosea Anybody for minor prophets? When naming the books of the Old Testament, that’s the category where we often stall out, and except for the perennial Sunday school favorite, Jonah and the Big Fish, we may be pretty vague on what distinguishes one “minor” from another. Yet these prophets are “minor” […]
THE KINGS: Solomon and the Temple This week we come to the apex of Israel’s earthly glory: Solomon’s reign as symbolized by the construction of the Temple in Jerusalem. It’s a moment of extraordinary joy and pride for the Israelites, and it will serve as the center of worship for the next 400 years. Solomon, […]
THE KINGS: David’s Fall David sees something he wants. Something he really, really wants. And now we see writ large why, though he is called a man after God’s own heart, he isn’t the king the Israelites really want. So, what’s your Bathsheba? And who is your Nathan? Study Guides: .pdf download, ages 4-8, week […]
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