Teaching & Study
Are you a Sunday school teacher creating a lesson on a specific character or topic? Or are you doing indepth individual study?
Play online games, print puzzles and games, listen to a Bible story, read about Bible characters, and tour the Holy lands.
Articles, stories of healing, guest interviews, parenting features, and book reviews illustrate how the Bible helps us in everyday life.
- Kelsey Griswold-Bacigalupi - "Athena" Medal Winner
(Guest) Kelsey Griswold-Bacigalupi is this month’s Kids’ Korner Guest. She is BibleWise’s first pre-teen guest.
- Chris Jackson - President of Samuel Jackson, Inc.
(Guest) Chris Jackson shares how he learned the Samuel Jackson business through tough times, practices the Golden Rule in a surprising way, removes distractions like Nehemiah, values gratitude as essential, and more.
- Hostile Take-Over Prevented Through Prayer (Healing) Chris Jackson tells how another company made an attempt at a hostile take-over and how prayer helped his company survive, transform, and thrive.
- Life Lesson from Noah: Patience (Article) Technology has sped up our lives. If emails don’t pop up instantly, something is wrong! Patience is waning. And then there’s Noah.
- The Bible Tells Me So (Book Review) Bible scholar Peter Enns is on a mission to remove Scripture from its lofty literary pedestal, loosen it from elevated expectations, and reacquaint readers with the word of God.
- Handling Disappointment and Discouragement (Parenting) A young son illustrates a loving way to deal with disappointment.
Read articles on identity and relationships, Q&A on a variety of topics, and be inspired to make a difference in your own community.
- How Do I Trust God? (Q&A)
How do I trust God or have faith? I don’t want to be disappointed if things don’t work out.
- Surviving Group Projects (Make a Difference) How to Survive Group Projects, a lesson from the Tower of Babel and the Day of Pentecost.
- Life Lesson from Noah: Patience
(Identity) Technology has sped up our lives. If emails don’t pop up instantly, something is wrong! Patience is waning. And then there’s Noah.