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How to Study the Bible Part 1: 5 Common Mistakes

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Posted by Nate Edwards on

Over the coming weeks, Pastor of Young Adults, Nate Edwards, will share valuable tips and advice on how to get the most out of your time in the Word and deepen your relationship with God.  I talk to people about the Bible all the time. Most people who are interested in God want to know...

When you feel lost, stand out!

Posted by Jonathan Lingenhoel on

Have you ever felt alone, like an alien living in a foreign land? Having grown up as a global worker in Hungary, I know I have. The funny thing is, because I speak the language fluently and even look like a Hungarian, it wasn’t until I came back to the USA that I really felt like an...

The Power of Vision

Posted by Team Leader on

Today we are pleased to feature the final blog from our team recently in Kenya at AIC Zion. Take a moment to catch up on all of their blog posts as well! AIC Zion's church services, as we experienced last Sunday, are as beautiful, relevant, and scriptural as they are wild, unpredictable, and...

What’s Your Battle Cry?

Posted by Ron Moore on

“I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!” This legendary statement spoken by Patrick Henry in 1775 would resonate throughout the Revolutionary War as “Liberty or Death” became the battle cry of the colonial...

When You Can’t, He Can

Posted by Ron Moore on

Do you ever feel like you don’t measure up? Not sure you have what it takes? Feel like you are in over your head? Whether you are a parent, spouse, student, or member of the workforce, sometimes it is easy to give in to the fear that we are not adequately equipped for the work God has for...

What Daddy Taught Me

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As we celebrate our earthly dads this weekend, let’s take some time to reflect on the impact they’ve made on our lives and faith. Get to know some of our ministry leaders here at The Bible Chapel as they share stories of how their fathers impacted their walks with Christ. Then, feel...

A STORY. A BESTSELLER. A LIE.

Posted by Ron Moore on

In 2004, Alex Malarkey was left paralyzed after a car accident. Malarkey, who was six years old at the time, said that he had gone to heaven and then returned back to earth. Malarkey then co-authored a book with his father. The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven became a New York Times bestseller and...