This is part two of a two-part series about how the Bible is edited from Tyndale’s Bible editorial team. You’ll find answers some of the most common questions below and in part one of this series.
Have you ever wondered how Bibles are edited? We’ve answered a few commonly asked questions and hope you enjoy reading about the process. This is Part I of a two-part series.
When you signed up for ministry, no one told you that fundraising pushes you to the limits of your character.
By Melanie Dobson, originally posted on melaniedobson.com
More than 65 million people are living as refugees around the world, forced to flee because of militants, drought, and war.
Do you remember what Jesus did when he first got back together with his disciples after his resurrection? He showed them his wounds.
It was afternoon on the very first Easter.
God the Father extends a welcome to everyone. When we are willing to welcome like the Father, we reflect his unconditional acceptance.
I recently toured the city of Chicago with Dr. John Fuder, founder of Pray Chicago. He led me and twenty others from my suburban church through some of Chicago’s most diverse neighborhoods.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, German Lutheran pastor, theologian, anti-Nazi dissident, is one of my heroes. I’ve reread Life Together multiple times and am currently reading The Cost of Discipleship.
Our times are turbulent ones, and questions and worries can haunt us and keep us awake at night.
Perhaps this has happened to you. After a worship service, someone asks to have a few words with you. When you sit down together, those “few words” turn out to be powerful and troubling.