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There are 115.2 million adult who identify themselves as Christians in the U.S. But only 45% of those who say they attend church regularly read the Bible more than once week.
You will end up in the wilderness more than once in your life. And when you do, I hope you find comfort in knowing that the wilderness is the place where God speaks.
As I write this, I’m listening to the news report of a tractor-trailer found in Edinburg, Texas, with nineteen illegal immigrants locked inside.
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.
It’s been thirty years, but I can still remember the fear. A beautiful Fourth of July at the pool with cousins, aunts, and uncles. Everyone splashing and laughing, celebrating the holiday that commemorated freedom.
There are moments in life that transform us, moments in which we launch face forward from one stage of life into the next. We call these moments milestones.
We all desire Biblical virtues for our marriages, children, and families. Yet, it can be difficult to know how to start in these prayers for our families.
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.