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Statistics and articles

What are the actual figures on Bible engagement among Western Christians? And what can we do about it. See below for links to articles on these topics.

Why I Started a Personal Devotion Time

Boundless intern Kathryn Sill shares about her experiences starting a regular personal devotion time. When I was a child, my dad used to begin our family’s day with Scripture reading. But as I got older, my parents stressed the importance for me to have my own devotion time. However, I am embarrassed to admit that … Continue reading Why I Started a Personal Devotion Time

Let’s Be Honest: Reasons Why We Don’t Read Our Bibles

In this article, the pastor Erik Raymond explores five reasons why Christians don’t read the Bible. If we were to survey Christians at evangelical churches in America most people would agree that they need to read their Bibles. They understand that it is both required and good for them. But the sad truth is, many … Continue reading Let’s Be Honest: Reasons Why We Don’t Read Our Bibles

The Epidemic of Bible Illiteracy in Our Churches

In this article, Ed Stetzer writes about the abysmal Bible literacy statistics among American church-goers, shares some factors that lead to an increased likelihood of someone engaging with the Bible, and outlines some ways in which small groups can help people to engage with the Bible. How small groups can change the statistics Source: The … Continue reading The Epidemic of Bible Illiteracy in Our Churches