My name is Ben Tameling, and I am a Bible teacher at Grandville Calvin Christian High School. I am writing to express my enthusiasm for the Immerse: The Reading Bible series created by the members of the Institute for Bible Reading and published by Tyndale Publishers. For the first time this semester, I used the […]
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.
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From time to time we’ll share some of the interesting and thought-provoking content from around the Internet that we come across during our work. Enjoy! *Note: Sharing doesn’t necessarily imply 100% agreement with the article or endorsement of the author. Tiny Books Fit in One Hand. Will They Change The Way We Read? by Alexandra […]
Earlier this year we shared a video of Jim Cymbala, Senior Pastor at The Brooklyn Tabernacle, describing his experience leading the congregation through Immerse: Messiah. Check out this brand new video featuring Pastor Cymbala along with four new perspectives from BT members.
Another Bible. Another curriculum. Another study guide. Another campaign. Pastors are constantly being bombarded with offers for the “next big thing.” Immerse wasn’t dreamt up as a clever way to sell more Bibles. Rather, it’s the result of more than a decade of research into the biggest barriers to Bible reading. Out of that research […]
A year after its initial launch, one church has read through the entire Bible together using Immerse! Macedonia Temple of God started Messiah in 2017 and went straight into Beginnings once they’d finished. Once they finished that, they didn’t want to stop, so they continued into Kingdoms. And so on. Sometimes pastors are hesitant to […]