by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. But fools despise wisdom and discipline. Pro. 1:7 As we transition into the New Year, we need wisdom to live right, and this verse gives us the perfect recipe. The starting place is the fear of […]Read More
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You Know the Word When It Transforms You
by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God. (Col. 3:16) Then we hear, read, study, memorize and even meditate on […]Read More
The easiest way to know the will of God
by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable – if anything is excellent or praiseworthy- think about such things” (Philippians 4:8). God has revealed all that we need to know in the Bible. He did […]Read More
Is the Bible Reliable?
by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot | Some people think others don’t believe the Bible because they don’t have sufficientRead More
Honoring Women as Done in the Scripture
by The Africa Study Bible (ASB) God created human beings as male and female and told them to multiply and rule over his creation (Genesis 1:27). Men and women work alongside each other while acknowledging they are different. The Bible tells of women who had a powerful influence on their […]Read More
Sharing Jesus through the entire Bible by an 11 year old Aaron Larry Mutebi from Rainbow International Christian School, Class P.6, Uganda
by eCommunicator Aaron Larry Mutebi is the son of Pastor Aaron Mutebi of Aaron Mutebi Ministries. Sharing Jesus through the entire Bible by an 11 year old Aaron Larry Mutebi from Rainbow International Christian School, Class P.6, Uganda in October 2019 Author: eCommunicator ECWA Editorial Board: Our editorial […]Read More
The Bible and Lectio Divina: A Helpful Tool or a Dangerous Practice?
by Brad Klassen With the new year comes a heightened interest in Bible reading plans. The turn of the calendar gives people a renewed sense of opportunity—a moment to make new resolutions and set fresh goals. For believers, this resolve often focuses on more ambitious plans to read God’s Word. […]Read More
2020 Global Year of The Bible and The Bible
by Rev. Joseph Ezeigbo This is the last in the series on the global year of the Bible. The first two letters emphasized the importance and the benefits of daily Bible reading. The 2020 Global Year of the Bible ends on December 31. But the daily reading of the Bible […]Read More
2020 Global Year of The Bible: Just Checking
by Rev. Joseph Ezeigbo I wonder how many of us reading this are old enough (in the Lord) to remember a paperback, Mr. Mee Runs A Race, once published by Africa Christian Press(ACP). The book is based on Heb. 12:1-2. It encourages believers to focus on Christ while running the […]Read More
Wisdom to Live Right
by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. But fools despise wisdom and discipline. Pro. 1:7 As we transition into the New Year and 2020 Decade, we need wisdom to live right and this verse gives us the perfect recipe. The starting place is […]Read More
Tony Evans Study Bible and Commentary
by Adelle M. Banks The Tony Evans Study Bible includes extensive study notes and other ancillary resources carefully crafted and curated by Dr. Tony Evans as General Editor and adapted from his sermons, teachings, and writings. The companion Commentary includes an introduction to each Bible book followed by passage-by-passage exposition […]Read More
How Did the King James Bible Impact the World?
by Thomas Nelson Bibles | Revised by The Lord knows those who are His – A Weekly scholarly contribution by anonymous author. You can reach the anonymous author via email at sj77333[at]gmail.com. In the United States and elsewhere, the King James Bible was used as a textbook. Many people learned […]Read More