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One of Those Moments

by Craig LangemeierPosted Apr 13, 2017

Cross on a mountain top

I hope I don’t get in trouble. During a Bible study today I quit reading my Bible, quit paying attention, and did something I normally would never do: I pulled out my phone and snapped a picture when I should have been dialed in. It was a powerful moment. It was a moment I wanted […]

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Shores Bible Study Theme: FAITHWORKS

by Taylor JervisPosted Apr 25, 2016

Camper reading their bible

You’ve probably heard the saying “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.” Of course, this saying goes beyond just fishing. I think there’s a problem in our Christian culture. Young believers aren’t spending time with Jesus in their daily lives. Whether it’s […]

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Studying the Bible: Research

by Matt LantzPosted Dec 29, 2014

Bible open to 1 Peter

This is the fourth post in a series of articles that outline some basic steps to practice in studying the Bible. For a list of all the posts, click here. Step 4: Research the Book After taking the time to outline the book and understand the author’s flow of thought throughout the letter, I then […]

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Studying the Bible: Outline

by Matt LantzPosted Nov 10, 2014

Bible open to 1 Peter

This is the third post in a series of articles that outline some basic steps to practice in studying the Bible. For a list of all the posts, click here. Step 3: Outline the Whole Book Once I have read the book three times, I’ll use the information I gathered while reading through the book […]

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Studying the Bible: Reading

by Valerie MorbyPosted Sep 30, 2014

Bible open to 1 Peter

This is the second post in a series of articles that outline some basic steps to practice in studying the Bible. For a list of all the posts, click here. Step 2: Read the Whole Book In our previous post we outlined that prayer is not only the starting point but also the environment for […]

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Studying the Bible: Where to Begin?

by Matt LantzPosted Sep 29, 2014

Bible open to 1 Peter

I remember when I was a freshman in college that I loved reading the Bible and wanted to study it deeply, but I felt like I didn’t possess the tools I needed to be able to effectively or meaningfully study it. I didn’t know where to start and, even if I did attempt to start, […]

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Bible Study Theme: MADE

by Colton VennerPosted Jun 6, 2014

MADE conference

The summer is here once again and numerous high school students all around the country are preparing to pack their bags to come and spend a week at the Pine Cove Shores. All the while, the counselors have been named, the excitement is high, and the jumping is even higher! Every year there is a […]

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Bible Study Theme: Blueprint

by Matt MurphyPosted Apr 23, 2014

Ranch Girl Quiet Time

A blueprint is an outline or plan of action. Most of the time, it is used as the starting point for building a house. Before you ever grab a shovel or a bulldozer or whatever else you use to start building a house, you need a plan. Without a plan, even the most skilled construction […]

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The Defeat of Death

by Mario ZandstraPosted Apr 17, 2014

Cross at Pine Cove Bluffs

As a high school student, I was not the best in my English classes. That struggle continued with me all the way into my freshman classes in college. My struggle has many elements. English was essentially my third language as I was raised speaking Dutch and grew up in a Spanish-speaking neighborhood in southern California. […]

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Bible Study Theme: Broken

by Chris SherrodPosted Apr 7, 2014

Guy Reading Bible At Camp

Fallow is not a word that most people have ever used in a conversation (unless you’re a farmer). So if you don’t know, “fallow ground” is land that has sat unused and become hard and full of weeds. It must be broken up and prepared before it can be useful and planted with seeds. The […]

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