Unexpected Treasure

You may be surprised that I am adding a new post on the heels of my last entry a few weeks ago. Usually, I post a new thought every few months. However, in preparing for a trip to work at an English conversation camp, I came upon a resource I developed about 10 years ago. I made a bookmark that concisely explains what the Bible is about, who wrote it, the kinds of literature found in it, and why Christians value and read it. Also, the bookmark has the potential to help people begin reading the Bible to explore what is of interest to them. Are they interested in ancient history, wisdom, poetry, or biographies? Do they want to know something about the life of Jesus Christ or God’s love or the beginning of the church? Look for the bookmark under Conversation Discussion Guides/Bible Discussion Guides/Topics From a Biblical Perspective.

Perhaps this resource will open up a treasure of inspiration, direction, and life.
Happy hunting.

Jane

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Parable of the Hidden Treasure by Gerrit Dou and Rembrandt van Rijn, 1630.                                                         Oil painting, 70.5 x 90 cm. Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary

 

 

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