People hear “story” and think “fairy tale.” But stories are everywhere, and they play a definitive role in who we are. The Bible’s claim is that it’s the true story of the entire world – here’s why that matters. 5 Worldview Questions: Who Are We? Where Are We? What Is Wrong? What Is The Solution? […]
About Alex Goodwin
Alex Goodwin got his Marketing degree from Virginia Tech in 2012 and promptly moved west to Colorado, where he joined the Institute when it was a part of Biblica. He served as a project manager until the Institute became independent in 2016, transitioning into a leadership role overseeing all marketing and communications. He also assists in editorial and resource development, and humbly serves as the de-facto “IT Help Desk.” Alex currently lives in Colorado Springs, CO.
The traditional Christmas story is well-established in Christian imagination: Mary and Joseph arrive in the town of Bethlehem as strangers, only to find “no room in the inn.” With nowhere to go, they find shelter in a lonely stable and Christ is born into the company of livestock. But what if that story has been […]
“What became clear immediately was how different our discussions were about God’s Word.” We’ve spent the past few episodes talking about why community Bible reading and organic conversations make all the sense in the world, but what difference does it actually make? Pastor Chris Morrison’s church was the very first church to try Immerse: The […]
In our last episode we traced the historical shift of the Bible from a book read in community to one read in private. Today, we take a look at the problems inherent in only reading alone, then suggest 4 ways we can work to recover the community interaction around the text that God’s people have […]
From a book read, heard, and discussed in community to a book experienced in quiet isolation. How did we get from there to here? Links:Nehemiah 8 StoryY’allVersionDestroyer of the Gods by Larry Hurtado