Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary – The Best Way to Learn Hebrew

by J. David Pleins with Jonathan Homrighausen, adapted from their new book Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary by Conceptual Categories: A Student’s Guide to Nouns in the Old Testament. A command of Hebrew vocabulary is the essential key to an enjoyable encounter with sacred Scripture. Yet beginners who master the basics soon […]

An Overlooked Key to Understanding the Bible: The Way Words Mean

by Richard J. Gibson and Constantine R. Campbell, adapted from their new book Reading Biblical Greek, available now, and part of the forthcoming Reading Biblical Greek Pack. Meaning Is More Than the Meaning of Words Reading biblical Greek involves more than substituting Greek words with equivalent meanings in English. There […]

5 Things about the Prophets You Might Have Missed

by J. Daniel Hays (General Editor: Tremper Longman III), adapted from resources in the new Message of the Prophets Pack. The prophets provide the primary link between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Much of the theology of the New Testament is built upon the prophets, and the New […]

This Is the “Right Power Outlet” for Effective Ministry

by Peyton Jones, adapted from his new book Reaching the Unreached: Becoming Raiders of the Lost Art. The success of the apostles began with their willingness to “wait.” Wait for what? God himself. He sent us out on a mission, but he never expected us to go it alone. Let’s […]

How Do We Relate to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?

by Michael Horton, adapted from his new book, Rediscovering the Holy Spirit: God’s Perfecting Presence in Creation, Redemption, and Everyday Life. What we meet in the unfolding biblical drama is not merely three “personas” but three concrete persons; not just three roles, but three actors. We encounter the Father as […]