Let Jesus Be Your Guide

You hear that a lot. Let Jesus be your guide. Show me your ways, Lord,    teach me your paths.Guide me in your truth and teach me,    for you are God my Savior,    and my hope is in you all day long.Psalm 25:4-5 But what kind of guide does a first century nomadic Palestinian Jew make for 21st Century people? Jesus never had a spouse, or kids or even a real job. Jesus never knew any kind of ...

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Fear Not in October

Really excited about embarking on a new month with our Doubting Believer Community. Here's a quick rundown of some of the things that will be happening: Week by week: Week 1: Fear Not. Be Strong and Courageous for God is with you. (Deuteronomy 31:8) Week 2: Fear Not.  You are Redeemed and Called by Name (Isaiah 43:1) Week 3: Fear Not. Love Casts Out Fear (1 John 4:18) Week 4: Fear Not. Lay Down your ...

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The Bible on Location

Get the Bible out of the house (or church) and take it on location! See how reading the Bible in different spaces and places can change your perspective or increase your understanding of the Word of God. Join us for a free 28-day on location Bible study challenge.  Experience the Bible in a whole new way by reading scriptures daily in different settings. It all kicks off on October 1. Sign up here ...

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Five Bibles

Whether you find the Bible hard to read or have noticed your own Bible study has gotten a little stale, here are five versions of the Bible you may not have seen. Wherever we are in our study of scripture, it's always a good idea to take a look at the Word in a new light, in new format or a different translation.  Stories we've stopped hearing because we know them ...

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DB Community Officially Launches in One Week!

Why Doubting Believer? Learn more here What does it mean to be a Doubting Believer Community Member? Each month, members of Doubting Believer will have access to: A weekly scripture-based message delivered via Facebook live Access to a members only FB page with music, video, art and story posts that incorporate the theme of the week's scripture Access to member’s only posts with resources for celebrating, observing and praying through the liturgical ...

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18 Days of Encouraging Others

William Barclay, one of the world’s most prolific Christian commentators, said, “One of the highest of human duties is the duty of encouragement…It is easy to laugh at [people’s] ideals; it is easy to pour cold water on their enthusiasm; it is easy to discourage others. The world is full of discouragers. We have a Christian duty to encourage one another. Many a time a word of praise or thanks ...

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Lovable and Capable Bible Study

We all start our day with an invisible sign around our necks--one that says, I AM Lovable and Capable (IALAC).  We head out in to the world believing that it is a new day, anything can happen and we will be able to handle anything that comes our way.  But as the day wears on, we encounter people who put us down, situations that bring us down and problems that ...

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Cyber Monday Deals on Online Studies

Today only, use the code CYMON to get 25% off of all Doubting Believer online studies. If you're buying as a gift for someone, just put their email in the note at checkout and the date you'd like them notified, and we'll include them in the study. The Bible On-Location 22 plus 44 Days to a New Prayer Discipline (now with weekly Zoom call) The Gospel According to Broadway   

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The Bible–Read it for Yourself

While studying the Book of Amos this week, it occurred to me that it is the anti-prosperity gospel. It doesn't tell rich people they've received their riches as a reward from God, but that their riches have caused them to turn away from God and from the least of these.   So just for fun, I searched "Joel Osteen Amos" to see how (or if!) the king of the prosperity gospel ...

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