Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “What About” #TheGoodBook

There are over a dozen names and titles the Bible is known as. Following is a list of the most well-known: God’s Word The Holy Scriptures Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth (B.I.B.L.E.) My blueprint for life” Biblia Sacra (Holy Bible) Sword of the Spirit. Among the world’s great books, the Bible is without parallel. AtContinue reading “Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “What About” #TheGoodBook”

Meditative Moments Day 3 – Psalms 23 #TheGoodBook

I thought I’d meditate through Psalms 23 with all of you this week. This week at Kfirst, we are focusing on a meditative approach to the scriptures. “Meditation” is, perhaps, the most underused and misunderstood approach to the bible. Often, “meditation” is associated with eastern religions or New Age “disconnecting.” Scriptural meditation is not aboutContinue reading “Meditative Moments Day 3 – Psalms 23 #TheGoodBook”

Meditative Moments Day 2 – Psalms 23 #TheGoodBook

I thought I’d meditate through Psalms 23 with all of you this week. This week at Kfirst, we are focusing on a meditative approach to the scriptures. “Meditation” is, perhaps, the most underused and misunderstood approach to the bible. Often, “meditation” is associated with eastern religions or New Age “disconnecting.” Scriptural meditation is not aboutContinue reading “Meditative Moments Day 2 – Psalms 23 #TheGoodBook”

Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “Cows in the Pasture” #TheGoodBook

There are over a dozen names and titles the Bible is known as. Following is a list of the most well-known: God’s Word The Holy Scriptures Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth (B.I.B.L.E.) My blueprint for life” Biblia Sacra (Holy Bible) Sword of the Spirit. Among the world’s great books, the Bible is without parallel. AtContinue reading “Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “Cows in the Pasture” #TheGoodBook”

Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “The Invitation” #TheGoodBook

There are over a dozen names and titles the Bible is known as. Following is a list of the most well-known: God’s Word The Holy Scriptures Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth (B.I.B.L.E.) My blueprint for life” Biblia Sacra (Holy Bible) Sword of the Spirit. Among the world’s great books, the Bible is without parallel. AtContinue reading “Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “The Invitation” #TheGoodBook”

Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “Faith, Scripture, and Intellectual Doubt”

There are over a dozen names and titles the Bible is known as. Following is a list of the most well-known: God’s Word The Holy Scriptures Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth (B.I.B.L.E.) My blueprint for life” Biblia Sacra (Holy Bible) Sword of the Spirit. Among the world’s great books, the Bible is without parallel. AtContinue reading “Monday Kfirst Kickstart: “Faith, Scripture, and Intellectual Doubt””

Week 4: Monday #KfirstReadingList

There’s something about having a “reading list.” Usually, around the end of the school year, we see people posting about them or hear people talking about them. Of all of the books we want to soak up, the Bible is at the top of that list. At Kfirst , we believe that scripture is not justContinue reading “Week 4: Monday #KfirstReadingList”

Bonus Chapter: Monday #KfirstReadingList

This month, we began a series called “Reading List.” Each week, we have been focusing on ONE chapter a week to sink into and ground ourselves in. With yesterday’s break from the series, I still wanted to give you a chapter to focus on: 1 John 3.  At Kfirst , we believe that scripture is notContinue reading “Bonus Chapter: Monday #KfirstReadingList”

Week 1: Tuesday #KfirstReadingList

There’s something about having a “reading list.” Usually, around the end of the school year, we see people posting about them or hear people talking about them. Of all of the books we want to soak up, the Bible is at the top of that list. At Kfirst , we believe that scripture is not justContinue reading “Week 1: Tuesday #KfirstReadingList”

Devotionally Frustrated: 5 Habits That Helped Me with “Devotions”

I grew up in church having heard (and used) the phrasing, “doing my devotions.” This was the terminology we (my youth group) used to describe a dedicated time that included reading our bibles and spending time in prayer. Perhaps this is just my own experience, but in the 4 decades of attending church, “devos” has beenContinue reading “Devotionally Frustrated: 5 Habits That Helped Me with “Devotions””