Skip to content

Category Archives: Discipleship

NIV Revolution Bible and NIV True Images Bible Updated for a New Teen Generation

Trusted Resources for Teen Girls and Guys Packed with Tools and Insights to Help Teens Navigate Today’s Contemporary Cultural Issues For 15 years, the bestselling NIV True Images Bible and the bestselling NIV Revolution Bible have been trusted resources guiding teen girls and guys towards a closer relationship with God. [Read the New International (NIV) […]

Filed under Bible, Bible News, Bibles, Editions, Family

The Money Challenge: An Interview with Art Rainer

Did God create us to be secure, self-protective hoarders? Or to become the conduit through which his generosity flows? What does the Bible say about money, generosity, and the purpose of financial well-being? Bible Gateway interviewed Art Rainer (@ArtRainer) about his book, The Money Challenge: 30 Days of Discovering God’s Design for You and Your […]

Filed under Books, Discipleship, Interviews

The Biblical Practice of Religion Might Save USA Christianity: An Interview with Zach Hoag

The trending sentiment of “spiritual but not religious” suggests the demise of religion. What if we’ve gotten religion all wrong? What if the rooted biblical practice of religion is just what we need to revive us? Does the downtrend of Christianity in America have to be the end? Or can it be the first step […]

Filed under Books, Church, Interviews

The Daniel Code: An Interview with O. S. Hawkins

Are you struggling to live out your faith in a rapidly changing culture that seems to have lost its way? The ancient book of Daniel speaks of how he survived and thrived in a pagan, permissive, and perverted society. [Sign up for The Daniel Code free email devotional] Bible Gateway interviewed O. S. Hawkins (@OSHawkins) […]

Filed under Books, Culture, Discipleship, Interviews

Beware the Siren Call of Perfect Parenting

By Jim Daly So, if you think you are standing firm, be careful that you don’t fall! 1 Corinthians 10:12 In his book Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy wrote, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” With all due respect to Tolstoy, I doubt that’s true. While every family […]

Filed under Books, Family, Guest Post

Being the Strong Father Your Children Need: An Interview with Meg Meeker, MD

Does society undervalue fatherhood? When men are defined primarily by their professional accomplishments, where does that leave their approach to parenting? How can being a strong, active dad be a man’s greatest triumph? In time for Father’s Day, Bible Gateway interviewed Meg Meeker, MD (@megmeekermd) about her book, Hero: Being the Strong Father Your Children […]

Filed under Books, Family, Interviews, Men

New Email Devotions for Women—Sign Up Today!

What does it look like to be a woman of God who thrives in today’s world? We’ve just added two new free email devotions for women! These short, inspiring devotions explore the challenges and opportunities women face in integrating their faith into family, careers, and relationships. You can sign up for either or both at […]

Filed under Devotionals, Women

More Than Beautiful Poetry

By Shauna Shanks Editor’s Note: Wrecked by the news from her husband of an affair and a request for a divorce, Shauna Shanks shares the beginnings of her courageous journey to save her marriage in this except from her new book, A Fierce Love. And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the […]

Filed under Books, Family, General, Guest Post, Women

Reclaiming the Lost Art of Biblical Meditation: An Interview with Robert J. Morgan

Do you long to deepen your intimacy with God? How can contemplating, visualizing, and personalizing the Bible help you find a sense of soul-steadying peace? [Sign up for the Biblical Meditation free email devotional] Bible Gateway interviewed Robert J. Morgan (@robertjmorgan) about his book, Reclaiming the Lost Art of Biblical Meditation: Find True Peace in […]

Filed under Books, Discipleship, Interviews, Reflections

Living History: Explore the Culture and History Behind Famous Bible Stories in Our New Devotional

You’ve heard many Bible stories hundreds of times. But as those stories have become more and more familiar, what background details might you be missing? Christians believe that reading and understanding the Bible requires no special knowledge of history. But while that’s true, it’s also true that many familiar Bible stories take on fresh meaning […]

Filed under Devotionals