Book Review: Crossing the Scriptures by Debra Chapoton

Crossing the Scriptures: The Amazing Bible Study by Debra Chapoton My rating: 5 of 5 stars Christians sometimes wonder if there is any value to studying the Old Testament, with its genealogies, strange laws, violence, and vengeance. The author shows how the entire Bible ties together in a beautiful tapestry of God’s truth. In the … Read more

Interview with Author Renae Brumbaugh

My guest today is Renae Brumbaugh, who is promoting her new devotional book, Morning Coffee with James. It’s fitting that we talk about this Bible study and devotional book during National Bible Week. I reviewed Morning Coffee with James in an earlier post. I don’t remember how I found Renae’s blog, but I’ve been an avid reader for her … Read more

National Bible Week

National Bible Week has been celebrated during Thanksgiving Week every year since 1941. If we want to have strong faith, we need to know God’s Word, and the Holy Bible is His Word. The Bible says So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. (Romans 10:17 KJV) We can get to … Read more

Review: Morning Coffee with James

Morning Coffee with James Renae Brumbaugh Chalice Press September 15, 2009 ISBN: 978-0827223363 Paperback, 113 pages, $12.99 Nonfiction: Christian I have been a big fan of Renae Brumgbaugh’s blog Morning Coffee with Renae for a long time. Morning Coffee with James started life as a series of blog posts, so I knew the book would … Read more

Experiencing the Psalms

I just finished an excellent Bible study of Hebrews with Pastor Ralph Wilson of JesusWalk. I’ve taken several studies from Pastor Wilson and also enjoy them and learn a lot. Since health challenges make it difficult for me to participate in the Bible studies at my church, I appreciate these online studies. The next study … Read more