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A scriptural salutation

12/23/2014
Does the Bible tell me so?

Statistics regarding Bible readership in the U.S.

12/23/2014
Guardrails, centerlines, and travel lanes by Rob Patterson

Limits and leeway on the highway of biblical interpretation

12/23/2014
The grand story by Perry Engle

My exhilarating trek through the Bible in 90 days

12/22/2014

Other articles

12.23.14 · Ever wondered . . . what’s application?

Defining application

12.22.14 · Finding Unity in Diversity

How Christians can build our lives on God’s truth—even when we disagree

12.22.14 · Heritage & Horizons

Staying faithful to God’s word, then and now

12.22.14 · Barriers to truth

Members of our BIC community weigh in on the question: In today’s world, what is the biggest challenge to building our lives on God’s truth?

07.28.14 · Ever wondered . . . what’s community?

Defining community

07.28.14 · FOCUS

Bare feet and humble hearts

07.28.14 · The United States of isolation

Statistics regarding a non-communal faith in the U.S.

07.28.14 · The beauty in the mess

Following Jesus and finding community

07.25.14 · The mosaic of us

Where God artfully fits together our past, present, and future as Brethren in Christ

07.24.14 · Multiplicación

When believers from South Florida crossed borders to share their faith, God didn’t just add to their number. He multiplied.

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Quote of the day

One of the principle rules of religion is to lose no occasion of serving God. And since [God] is invisible to our eyes, we are to serve [God] in our neighbor, which [the Lord] receives as if done to [Godself] in person, standing visibly before us.

John Wesley, (1703–1791), Anglican cleric, Christian theologian, founder of the Methodist movement

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