Read Through the Bible in a Year


We would like to encourage everyone with families to sit down and read the Bible together every day.  Daily Readings will provide you with a daily guide to allow you and your family to read through the entire Bible in a year.

August 18


  • Psalm 100-102
  • 1 Corinthians 1



The Story of the Bible: Museum in a Book



The fascinating history of its writing, translation and effect on civilization


“A captivating and colorful account of the history of the Bible from parchment to print.” – Ravi Zacharias


The Bible is a remarkable collection of books and letters, written by more than 40 authors over a period of 1,500 years. Its words have been studied, disputed and treasured. They have also brought comfort, conviction and challenge. Today at least one book of the Bible has been translated into more than 2,400 of the world’s 6,900 living languages.


The Story of the Bible is a sweeping panorama of the Bible’s 3,500 year history, answering questions such as why are the Dead Sea Scrolls so important? How accurate are the manuscripts we have? Do all translations say the same thing? Was America really founded on the Bible?


More than an exploration of history, this book makes history come alive with more than 90 color illustrations and 23 removable life-size reproductions from some of the most important Bibles. Timothy Paul Jones, Ph.D. and author of Misquoting Truth: A Guide to the Fallacies of Bart Ehrman’s Misquoting Jesus recommends this resource “for the coffee table in your living room, the library at your church, and the desk of every student of the Scriptures.”


About the Author: Larry Stone has written a variety of books, edited and published biblical reference books, and, as a vice president of Thomas Nelson Publishers and president of Rutledge Hill Press, published more than a dozen New York Times bestsellers.


Specifications: 8.5 x 11 Hardback, 94 pages

90 Full-Color Illustrations

23 Removable Life-Sized Reproductions from the world’s most important Bibles, including the Gutenberg Bible & Wycliffe’s New Testament

Timeline from 2000 B.C. – 2010

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