We’re thrilled to welcome Glenn Packiam as the sixth member of our Board of Advisors. Glenn is an associate senior pastor at New Life Church and the lead pastor of New Life Downtown in Colorado Springs, CO. He’s the second pastor to join our board, and we look forward to his valuable perspective on engaging […]
About Alex Goodwin
Alex Goodwin joined the Institute as a project manager in 2014 when it was a part of Biblica. During his time at Biblica he helped develop resources for Community Bible Experience and built new communications platforms while managing projects ranging from a scholars forum in Chicago to a Bible research partnership in the UK. Alex currently lives in Colorado Springs, CO.
Entries by Alex Goodwin
During the early planning stages for Immerse, our team decided we didn’t want ordinary Bible covers. We wanted something that reflected our hope for this new kind of Bible — that people would become immersed in the vibrant, dynamic story of the Scriptures. So we worked with artist Rachael Van Dyke to create custom artwork […]
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding the Museum of the Bible, which opens on November 17 in the heart of Washington, DC. The 430,000-square-foot space three blocks south of the Capitol building will be a sight to behold, boasting technological spectacles like a 140-foot overhead LED screen, a performing arts theater with 17 4K resolution […]
Over the course of the year, IFBR staff have had the opportunity to be featured in a number of different media outlets. So we gathered together a few interviews and articles from 2017 (so far) that we feel best reflect our mission, philosophy, and vision for the Bible Reading Movement. If you’d like to set […]
From time to time we’ll share some of the interesting and thought-provoking content we come across. *Note: Sharing doesn’t necessarily imply 100% agreement with the article or endorsement of the author. Cultivating the Practice of Reading Scripture by Joel B. Green The Scriptures are often approached with the intent to master their propositions or memorize […]