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"I've read bits of the Bible but I don't really know how they all fit together."
"I've never read the Bible much but I'm interested in finding out more of what's in it."
If this sounds like you then The E100 challenge might be just what you need.
A new and exciting way to read through the Bible.
The E100 Bible Reading Challenge is based around 100 carefully selected Bible readings (50 from the Old Testament and 50 from the New Testament) designed to give participants a good understanding of the overall Bible story from Genesis to Revelation. The 'E' stands for Essential and each of the Essential 100 readings ranges from a few verses to a few chapters.
Visit the E100 site - click on this link for more http://www.e100challenge.org.uk/
Our Bible study group
More help to read
DAILY BREAD copies of the latest issue are available at the back of the church for those who have ordered it. Audrey (18.02.18)
The Scripture Union
... has free online material that you can use to help with reading and understanding the Bible. WordLive is an on-line interactive way of engaging with the Bible. Available through Scripture Union or search for word live
They also offer a daily reading notes booklet called Daily Bread:
Daily Bread - helps people explore, understand and enjoy the Bible - and work it out in everyday life. Daily Bread gives you:
An annual subscription provides you with four quarterly magazines and free postage.
Bible Reading Fellowship
... BRF offers various daily reading notes (some are available electronically as well as in booklet form) Ann Bell (859796) can help with providing BRF daily reading notes.
... a religious community in France made up of over a hundred brothers, Catholics and from various Protestant backgrounds, coming from around thirty nations seeking to live united in Christ and serving the poor and the young - online Bible readings, meditations and prayers at the Taizé website .
The Oasis Christian Bookshop, Tiptree
120 Church Road, Tiptree, Colchester CO5 0AB
Latest Bookshop E-bulletin from the Diocese of Chelmsford
We look forward to welcoming all our customers to the bookshop - both regular and new ones - over the coming months.
News will be coming to your inbox soon about new titles and offers leading up to Lent and Easter. To start the new year though - have you got the latest copy of the Diocesan Directory? The 2018 Directory is available for £10 per copy (plus £3.50 postage if you need us to mail it to you). Please call us on 01245 294405 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase your copy.