Enter the Bible is your place to go if you are looking for additional information about a specific passage, if you are wanting to hear want some professors and pastors have to say about various topics within the Bible, as well as just providing you with an overall guide on your journey through the Bible. To see what Enter the Bible is all about, click on the Enter the Bible picture above to be taken to the website.
Women of the ELCA or WELCA is a ministry that strives to help women act boldly on their faith in Jesus Christ. There are various Bible Studies for individuals and groups that are distributed by WELCA along with other resources. To learn more about WELCA or to see what resources they have to offer, click on the WELCA banner above.
People looking for resources that help to connect the Bible with life today will find this site to be helpful. ON Scripture is part of the Odyssey Networks and uses a variety of means (videos, blogs, articles, and more) to help people make the connections between faith and life that they are so often looking for in their faith journey. To visit ON Scripture, click on the ON Scripture picture above.
Huffington Post receives regular submissions from various seminary faculty and other religious leaders throughout the world. The Huff Post is another place where one can go to learn about what is happening on the ground while also seeing how faith and life are connected.
Professor Dirk Lange recently had this article published by the Huff Post on the Reformation then and now.
The newest book from Brian McLaren is set-up to be a weekly devotional that guides you through the biblical story while also giving a fresh perspective on the Christian faith.
One review from Amazon states the following: "WE MAKE THE ROAD BY WALKING has given me the tools I needed to make sense of my friendships and weave them into something that makes our connections more meaningful; the community that I have always longed for, a community that accepts me for me, a community that faithfully lives out the gospel through its actions, treating all people with respect, value, and like they matter."
To purchase We Make the Road by Walking, click on the book image above.
Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor was part of a 6 week book discussion during adult forum. It is a wonderful book that helps us to take a closer look at the dark.
Taylor explores different aspects of the dark including both physical and spiritual darkness. As part of this exploration she goes on different journeys as a way of gaining different perspectives of what darkness means.
If you have not read this book, it is highly recommended.
To purchase Learning to Walk in the Dark, click on the book image above.
You may have heard of the term "spiritual but not religious." It is a trend that is rising in the world today and this book by Diana Butler Bass explores how the church has not only led to this movement, but also what action will be required in order to move forward.
Shane Claiborne shares this about Christianity After Religion: “Diana reminds us here that, before every great awakening, folks say it is impossible... and after every great awakening, folks say it was inevitable.”
To purchase Christianity After Religion, click on the book image above.