View All

Know Your Bible

May 23, 2017

We all want to know our Bible better. By using the steps of comprehension, interpretation and application, everyone h...


View All

Sufficiency: Sola Scriptura

Mike Dsane | Jul 26, 2015


Clarity: Revelation Not Riddles

Josh Patterson | Jul 19, 2015


Inerrancy: Your Word is Truth

Josh Patterson | Jul 12, 2015


Canonicity: What Books Belong in the Bible?

Zach Lee | Jul 5, 2015


Inspiration & Authority: Reading in the Presence of Christ

JT English | Jun 28, 2015


Rebuilding With Truth

Matt Chandler | Mar 24, 2013

Nehemiah centers on the Lord's providential protection of His people and the expected response of obedience and faith...


The Authoritative Word

Matt Chandler | Sep 13, 2009

The Path walks through the role of Scripture in relationship to our growth, competency and preparedness for all that ...



Matt Chandler | Jan 20, 2007


View All

Biblical History: A Visual Timeline

The Village Church | Nov 6, 2019

This simple timeline will help you connect the major arcs of the Story of Scripture and place events in context in te...


Teach Your Teen How to Read Their Bible

Jen Wilkin | Dec 28, 2018

One of the most important tools you can give your teenage children is to teach them how to read and study their Bible...


Why You Should Read Your Bible Cover to Cover

Kinsey Owen | Aug 7, 2018

Reading your Bible cover to cover doesn’t have to be a legalistic goal or an item to check off of a list. Through rea...


Know the Neighborhood

Jen Wilkin | Jul 26, 2018

When it comes to your Bible, are you a local or a tourist? When we study and begin to learn the ins and outs of our S...


Mount Sinai, the Ascended Christ and the Vision of God

David C. Smith | Apr 19, 2017

At Mount Sinai, Moses stood in as the mediator between the Israelites and God. For the Christian today, we can approa...


Re-Storied at Mount Sinai

Kyle Worley | Feb 14, 2017

In Exodus 19, the Israelites arrive at Mount Sinai. Using Moses as His mediator, God reminds His people who they are,...


If We Survive the Night

Mason King | Sep 13, 2016

For weeks, things have been happening. The water turned. The locusts came. Then the darkness. For three days the sun ...


Which Promises Are for Me?

Jen Wilkin | Jul 7, 2015

Not many things are more comforting than a promise made and kept. And not many things are more hurtful than a promise...


How to Make the Most of Your Bible Study

Jen Wilkin | Feb 10, 2015

We are pulled in many directions: work, family, ministry, fitness and many other activities tug at our schedules. The...


View All

Bible Literacy in the Local Church

Jen Wilkin | Sep 20, 2018

In the post-Christian culture we find ourselves in today, it’s more important than ever for believers to have a first...


The Importance of Learning Environments in the Church

Jen Wilkin | Sep 20, 2018

Active, dedicated learning environments provide spaces where the primary goal can be learning, rather than building c...


Why Do We Focus on Bible Literacy in Classes?

Jen Wilkin | Jun 28, 2018

Bible literacy is a huge issue in the Church today, but learning how to spend time in and gain knowledge from Scriptu...


Studying the Bible: Part 3 – Application

Jen Wilkin | Dec 6, 2017

Application of the Bible should be grounded in the nature and character of God. When done well, it is the place where...


Studying the Bible: Part 2 – Interpretation

Jen Wilkin | Nov 24, 2017

Meaning is determined by the author and discovered by the reader. Interpretation answers the question, “What does thi...


Studying the Bible: Part 1 – Comprehension

Jen Wilkin | Nov 15, 2017

Comprehension is the first step to gaining Bible literacy, and it’s often the step people take the least amount of ti...


How to Approach the Bible

Jen Wilkin | Nov 1, 2017

The Bible is much more than a book, but it is a book, and we should approach it as we would other written texts.


Why Do We Read the Bible?

Jen Wilkin | Oct 20, 2017

The motive for why we read the Bible is often different from the motive we should have. Any time we spend interacting...


5 Solas: Scripture Alone

Jen Wilkin | Oct 9, 2017

Sola scriptura, “Scripture alone,” is one of the five theological principles of the Reformation. It guards agai...