Friday, November 9, 2012

90 Days Thru The Bible: A Book Review

About The Book:

Develop a deeper relationship with God and a deeper understanding of His word in just 90 days! You may believe the Bible’s overall message, but have you truly grasped the whole story? Sometimes understanding the Scriptures seems daunting. Though God’s message of love is simple, so that even a child may embrace it, His epic story is complex enough to mystify even the most curious intellect. We grasp the pieces much more easily than we comprehend the whole.

In 90 Days Thru the Bible, acclaimed devotional writer Chris Tiegreen and Walk Thru the Bible guide you through the major sections of Scripture, meditating on how each story and theme, like the pieces of a puzzle, beautifully contributes to God’s great story. You'll come to understand the heart of God, and the awe-inspiring story he's telling, like never before. With a 13-session guide and discussion questions for reflection, this is the perfect resource for small groups, individuals, and church groups.

About The Authors:

Insightful and thought-provoking, Chris Tiegreen has inspired thousands of people through his popular One Year devotionals including The One Year Walk with God DevotionalThe One Year At His Feet Devotional, and The One Year Experiencing God's Presence Devotional. He is also the author of Unburdened and several other books. His experiences as a missionary, pastor, journalist, and university instructor bring a unique perspective to his writing. He is currently an editor at Walk Thru the Bible.

For more than three decades, Walk Thru the Bible has been dedicated to igniting passion for God's Word worldwide through live events, devotional magazines, and resources designed for both small groups and individual use. Known for innovative methods and high-quality resources, we serve the whole body of Christ across denominational, cultural, and national lines.

Walk Thru the Bible communicates the truths of God's Word in a way that makes the Bible readily accessible to anyone. We are committed to developing user-friendly resources that are Bible centered, of excellent quality, life changing for individuals, and catalytic for churches, ministries, and movements; and we are committed to maintaining our global reach through strategic partnerships while adhering to the highest levels of integrity in all we do. 

Walk Thru the Bible partners with the local church worldwide to fulfill its mission, helping people "walk thru" the Bible with greater clarity and understanding. Live events and small group curricula are taught in over 45 languages by more than 80,000 people in more than 80 countries, and more than 100 million devotionals have been packaged into daily magazines, books, and other publications that reach over 5 million people each year. 

Walk Thru the Bible

My Review:

Last year I participated in The Bible in 90 Days Bible Reading program, and thoroughly love being able to say that I read through the entire Bible in such a short time. The only downfall was that it did not give me a lot of time really dig deep, it was purely reading.  With this book, 90 Days Thru The Bible, you will be able to still only take 90 days to read the Bible but through short devotional style writings, personal questions and a fantastic 13 week study guide, you will be able to understand the Bible like never before. If one of your goals for 2013 is to become more disciplined in Bible reading (that's one of my personal goals!) 90 Days Thru The Bible by  Chris Tiegreen and Walk Thru The Bible will help you out for sure. The book is very easy to read and will appeal to all ages and stages over 14 years of age.

I highly recommend this book and give it a huge thumbs up!

BUY IT: You can purchase 90 Days Through The Bible at your favorite bookseller from Tyndale House Publishers.

***I received a complimentary copy of the above book, courtesy of Tyndale Blog Network, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***

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