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1. Bible Bus–June Update

June 16, 2009

During our Caribbean cruise last week I finished reading through the Bible. When we left San Juan, I had some reading left to do in Romans and Matthew. By the end I had finished them both, thus reaching my goal of reading through the Bible in 2009. I have since started reading it through again, this time beginning with Ezekiel, a book I found both ...

2. Bible Bus Update–May

May 20, 2009

In January I started my plan to read the entire Bible in 2009. That’s a worthwhile project but it is also a daunting endeavor. My particular version of the Bible has 1913 pages. Plus it contains 66 books written by many different authors over roughly a 1500 year period. And many parts of the Bible seem remote to life in the 21st century. So w...

3. Bible Bus Update–April

April 17, 2009

It’s been over a month since my last Bible Bus update. In January I committed to reading the whole Bible book by book. I’m not following any particular plan, simply reading one book at a time from beginning to end. Since my last update I have read the following books: Leviticus, Joshua, Judges, Hosea, Psalms, Amos, 1 Corinthians, Coloss...

4. Bible Bus Update–March

March 11, 2009

It’s been awhile since my last Bible Bus update. Since then I have finished reading through these books of the Bible:

5. Bible Bus Update

February 3, 2009

So here we are in February. How are you doing with your Bible reading this year? Are you still on the Bible Bus or did you jump off by the middle of January? If you’ve gotten behind, don’t worry about it. We are still very early in 2009 so there is plenty of time to hop back on the Bible Bus. That’s the nice thing about reading th...

6. Get on the Bible Bus

January 15, 2009

During our get-organized campaign that started last week, Marlene uncovered this pin that we gave away in 2002 when the whole congregation took the challenge to “get on the Bible bus” and read the Bible all the way through. Every Sunday that year I began my sermon with the same question, “So how are you doing?” After the fir...

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