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Category Archives: Discipleship

What to Say When You Don’t Know How to Pray: An Interview with Adam Weber

Prayer seems like it should be so simple. Yet, when it comes to actually praying, often it feels awkward and complicated. What do you say when you don’t know how to pray? In time for America’s National Day of Prayer May 4, Bible Gateway interviewed Adam Weber (@adamweber) about his book, Talking with God: What […]

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The Jesus Storybook Bible: An Interview with Sally Lloyd-Jones

The Jesus Storybook Bible has reached a milestone of two million copies sold. A Bible like no other, it invites children (and adults) to join in the greatest of all adventures: to discover for themselves that Jesus is at the center of God’s great story of salvation—and at the center of their own story too! […]

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Staying Rich

by David Green I realize that running a billion dollar company doesn’t exactly make me just one of the guys from a purely financial standpoint. Money tends to separate us in our culture, and that’s unfortunate because I’m just like you. I get up every day, spend time with God, kiss my wife, eat some […]

Filed under Culture, Guest Post, Leadership, Men, Missions

Never Unfriended: An Interview with Lisa-Jo Baker

In a world where women can unfriend each other with the swipe of a finger, how do we find friendships that we can trust to last? What does the Bible say about the fear of feeling awkward and being rejected, left out, or hurt (again) that often keeps women from connecting in lasting friendships with […]

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Move Past Failure, Regret, and Disappointment With Our New “Working Through Failure” Devotional

Failure. Disappointment. Missed opportunities. These are things we all experience, no matter how much we try to avoid them. Maybe for you it was a lost job, or a ruined relationship, or a window of opportunity that passed before you could work up the courage to go for it. Big or small, personal or public, […]

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Does Your Spiritual Life Need a Reboot? Take the “10 Minutes with Jesus” Challenge

Do you feel that, despite your church attendance or prayer or other activities, there’s something missing in your spiritual life? Did you make a New Year’s resolution to take your Bible reading more seriously, but have let that slide and regret it? Do you wish you could jettison the guilt and sense of obligation that […]

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Was Jesus’ Death on the Cross Faked?

by Lee Strobel [Read the Bible Gateway Blog post, Investigating Faith with Lee Strobel: Find Answers to Tough Questions About the Bible] The plush setting was starkly incongruous with the subject I was discussing with Alexander Metherell, MD, PhD. There we were, sitting in the living room of his comfortable California home on a balmy […]

Filed under Apologetics, Easter, Evangelism, Guest Post, History

Quiet Time for Your Soul: An Interview with Sheila Walsh

Step away from the noise and into the arms of your loving Savior. Bright screens, beeping notifications, a never-ending list of activities and to-dos. Is it any wonder we are weary? But Jesus says “come as you are” to find quiet waters and refresh your soul in the Scriptures. In this Q&A, Sheila Walsh (@SheilaWalsh) […]

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Why We Actually Crave the Wrath of God

by John Mark Comer As followers of Jesus, when we read stories about Yahweh’s anger or wrath or judgment, we feel like we need to apologize to our friends or explain it away or hide this socially unacceptable part of God away in the back room, as if Yahweh needs a little PR help to […]

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Proclaiming the Gospel from the Upper Room to the Cross: An Interview with Christopher J. H. Wright

What are the lessons to be learned in Jesus’ journey from the Last Supper to the cross? How should that journey be seen through the lens of the Old Testament? How do the four Gospels recount Jesus’ final hours? Bible Gateway interviewed Christopher J. H. Wright about his book, To the Cross: Proclaiming the Gospel […]

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